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Top Ten Paradoxes

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10. Drinking a case of light beer requires heavy lifting. (Arcola Mike)
9. Time is on your side twice a day if you bought a watch for $5 on the streets of Manhattan. (Arcola Mike)
8. The old "need a cup of coffee to make a cup of coffee" paradox (Augiepyropanda)
7. He who loses his lunch, sees it again! (Unck42)
6. The more blind you get, the better women look. (c. jones)
5. Britney Spears is a mother, but Mother Teresa wasn't. I don't know if that's a paradox, but it sure is weird. (jumpinjack)
4. Over-withdrawal bank fees: If I had the money to pay the fee, I wouldn't have overdrawn in the first place. (Augiepyropanda)
3. If half of people are below average and half of people are above average, then there are no average people. (Pertinax)
2. This is the best entry on the list, yet it is not #1. (Iron Chef Klingon)
1. The number one entry isn't funny at all. (spartancus, Mute)

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