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If Pinocchio said "My nose will now grow"

 
 
Reply Thu 3 Jun, 2010 05:03 pm
We all know the cute little wooden boy Disney dreamt up one day. There's no denying the fact that when Pinocchio would tell a lie, his nose would grow.

So what would happen if he were to say "my nose will now grow"?

Would it? Would he be liying? But if it did, he wouldn't be lying.

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Reply Thu 3 Jun, 2010 06:58 pm
@avidkat21,
avidkat21;172664 wrote:
We all know the cute little wooden boy Disney dreamt up one day.
Are you serious? Pinocchio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
avidkat21;172664 wrote:
what would happen if he were to say "my nose will now grow"?
His statement would be inaccurate, which doesn't require that it be a lie.
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