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The Game of Logic by Lewis Carroll
- No bald person needs a hair-brush; No lizards have hair.
- Some oysters are silent; No silent creatures are amusing.
- All wise men walk on their feet; All unwise men walk on their hands.
- No bridges are made of sugar; Some bridges are picturesque.
- No frogs write books; Some people use ink in writing books.
- Some dreams are terrible; No lambs are terrible.
- All wasps are unfriendly; All puppies are friendly.
- All ducks waddle; Nothing that waddles is graceful.
- Bores are terrible; You are a bore.
- Some mountains are insurmountable; All stiles can be surmounted.
- No Frenchmen like plum-pudding; All Englishmen like plum-pudding.
- No idlers win fame; Some painters are not idle.
- No lobsters are unreasonable; No reasonable creatures expect impossibilities.
- No fossils can be crossed in love; Any oyster may be crossed in love.
- No country, that has been explored, is infested by dragons; Unexplored countries are fascinating.
- A prudent man shuns hyaenas; No banker is imprudent.
- No misers are unselfish; None but misers save egg-shells.
- All pale people are phlegmatic; No one, who is not pale, looks poetical.
- All jokes are meant to amuse; No Act of Parliament is a joke.
- No quadrupeds can whistle; Some cats are quadrupeds.
- Gold is heavy; Nothing but gold will silence him.
- No emperors are dentists; All dentists are dreaded by children.
- Caterpillars are not eloquent; Jones is eloquent.
- Some bald people wear wigs; All your children have hair.
- Weasels sometimes sleep; All animals sometimes sleep.
- Everybody has seen a pig; Nobody admires a pig.
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