A paradoxical statement that seems to have a flaw in its logic, yet none can be found. Term refers to the film "Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium," where this logic is used frequently.
In some cases, Magorium logic may appear somewhat circular in nature, with the logic pattern looping back upon itself.
ANNE: "You can't know something you don't know because you don't know it."
JASON: "That's an example of Magorium logic if I ever heard one."
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