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There were two pairs hanging on a tree, one man walked by and took a pair. Soon after.................How could this be?

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There were two pairs hanging on a tree, one man walked by and took a pair. Soon after a second man also took a pear from the tree. However, even after both men took fruit from the tree there was still a pear left on the tree. How could this be?

posted Feb 3 by Prithvi

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