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26 March 2013
By: Danny Singer
A scientist is performing an experiment.
He takes an ant, placing it in a transparent container and shouts: "Ant, go!". The small insect proceeds to run around the box.
He writes in his notebook: "Ant with 6 legs walks."
He then proceeds to remove one of the ant's legs and shouts: "Ant, go!". The ant proceeds to move around its box (with some difficulty).
The scientist writes in his notebook: "Ant with 5 legs walks."
He repeats the exercise by removing another leg and writes: "Ant with 4 legs walks". Then, "Ant with 3 legs walks".
Eventually, he removes another leg and shouts "Ant, go!". The ant no longer moves.
He writes in his notebook...
..."Ant with two legs doesn't hear."
Disclaimer: No insects were harmed in the making of this joke.