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A plummer's paradox is a situation that, upon first inspection, appears to be paradoxical, but in fact is not at all.
"After she broke her jaw in that car accident, she couldn't chew, and could barely swallow. But she didn't starve; to the contrary she was well fed. What a paradox!"
"Ah, you mean a plummer's paradox. Of course, they kept her tube-fed."
by jowjow November 04, 2013

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