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it's related to an old humor stint.... a & c....that's your hint(s)! do you need another?
remember, it's worth two foods now!
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A man was brought before a tribal chief, who asked him a question. If he had known the answer, he probably would have died. He didn't, and lived. Why, and what was the question? (three foods without hint, each hint takes away one food.)
Is it from the abbott & costello "Who's on First" skit? Maybe he was asked who was on third and he said "I don't know", which actually turned out to be the answer?
The native chief asked him, "What is the third baseman's name in the Abbott and Costello routine 'Who's on First'?" The man, who had no idea, said "I don't know," the correct answer. However, he was a big smart aleck, so if he had known the answer he would have pointed out that "What" was the second baseman's name. The chief, being quite humorless, would have executed him on the spot.
Next puzzle: A writer with an audience of millions insisted that he was never to be interrupted while writing. After the day when he actually was interrupted, he never wrote again. Why? (three foods)
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