Aman: It’s a raven.
Rohith: No, it’s a crow. What even makes you think it’s a raven?
A: Crows always travel in groups, ergo, it’s not a crow.
R: Well, ravens mostly travel in pairs. So how come your raven isn’t?
A: It’s not my raven. Wait, so you agree that it’s a raven?
R: Of course not! I, like all the other sane people in this world, know it’s a crow. That’s why I called it your raven since you’re the only one who thinks it’s a raven.
A: Its tail is not shaped like a fan. So its clearly not a crow.
R: Well, its tail is not exactly wedge-shaped like a raven either.
Kushal: Hey guys. Seems like a heated discussion. What are you guys arguing about?
A: Hey Kushal, maybe you can settle this matter for us. That bird is a raven, right?
R: C’mon Kushal, it’s clearly a crow. You’re with me on this one, right?
K: Wait for a second, guys… what bird are we even talking about?
At that moment, Aman and Rohith realized that while they were busy with the crow-raven conundrum, the raven/crow (jury’s still out on that) had flown away.
The prompts were the photo of the bird (I still can’t figure out if it’s a raven or a crow) and the word: “conundrum”.
So, what do you think? Is it a raven? Or, is it a crow? I’ll be waiting to hear from you.
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