Now, for your entertainment, I will prove to you that a cat has 9 tails.

1) You would agree that no cat has 8 tails? Yes

2) You would agree that one cat has got one more tail than no cat? Yes

Therefore, one cat, has one more tail than no cat (which has 8 tails) and so it has 9 tails.

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Thank you very much.

1) You would agree that no cat has 8 tails? Yes

2) You would agree that one cat has got one more tail than no cat? Yes

Therefore, one cat, has one more tail than no cat (which has 8 tails) and so it has 9 tails.

I love being clever, and I love being cleverer than you.

Thank you very much.

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anonymousanonymousanonymousAren't so clever now , are you?

anonymousanonymous"You would agree that one cat has got one more tail than no cat?"

Not necessarily. Not all cats have one tail. Some cats are not born with tails. Others, on the other hand, are born with two tails, due to genetic mutations.

anonymous2) You would agree that one cat has got 1 more tail than no cat? Yes

Therefore, one cat, has one more tail than no cat (which has 7 tails) and so it has 8 tails.

3) You would agree that no cat has 8 tails? Well no, I just proved that one cat DOES have 8 tails...

I love being clever, and I love being cleverer than you.

Thank you very much.

anonymousHillWongThink a little harder and you can disprove illogic.

anonymous