In hell everyone is punished by being forced to eat with chopsticks that are three feet long. Everyone in hell is angry and starving because they can not pick up the food and can not get it into their mouths. In heaven everyone is gifted with three foot long chopsticks and they are all happy and full. How come?
In Heaven each person would use their 6 foot chopsticks to pick up some food and feed the person opposite them. In return, the person opposite would do the same back.
Both individuals get fed. However, in hell the people are selfishly trying to use their own chopsticks to feed themselves. That’s why they are hungry.
This is an unusual paragraph. I’m hoping you can find out quickly what is so unusual about it. It looks so ordinary and plain that you would think nothing was wrong with it. In fact nothing IS wrong with it. It is highly unusual though. But why? Study it and think hard about it. You might not find anything odd at first, but if you work at it, it may dawn on you why this paragraph is total unusual.
There are no “e”s in this paragraph even though it is the most common letter in the English language.
What is longer than the tallest of trees , but still doesn’t reach above the berry bushes?
A road OR a river
I was born in the woods. While I lived I was mute, but since I died I sing pretty well. What am I?
What speaks and replies but has neither tongue nor mouth?
An ink quill
Walks uphill and downhill and carries a bone (or a muscle) in its mouth.
Like “a Toyota” or a “Civic”, I’m just as good in reverse.
The answer is Palindrome. A palindrome is a word, phrase, verse, or sentence that reads the same backward or forward.