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"Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana."[edit]

"Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana."

At first, the second part of the sentence sounds nonsensical, as everyone knows that fruits can't fly. This is because your brain assumes the following:

First impression
Time flies like an arrow ; fruit flies like a banana
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However, the first part is put there not without a reason - its purpose is to confuse you. The truth about this sentence is...

The Truth
Time flies like an arrow ; fruit flies like a banana
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See also: the Wikipedia article

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