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Comic #3054

1 Monty: Koschei hid this egg containing his soul inside a duck, and then he hid the duck inside a hare...
2 Prof. Jones: Well that's just silly. How can you hide a duck inside a hare?
3 Minnesota Jones: Must have been a big hare.
3 Sallah: Or a small duck.
3 Prof. Jones: Was it a duck egg? They're quite big.
4 Minnesota Jones: Wouldn't hiding a duck egg inside a duck be confusing?
4 Prof. Jones: Less confusing than a chicken egg.
4 Minnesota Jones: True.
4 {Monty hiding his face in his hands}

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This conversation is similar to some conversations I have with my friends when we're discussing some esoteric bit of knowledge.

In fact we may have had this exact conversation.

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