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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.
Ex:
"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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