Discerning content for Bad Hombres and Nasty Women

Monday, May 14, 2018


A man wronged the king and thus he was put on trial for murder. But the king knew that the person was innocent. Also he was suspicious that his innocence will soon come out among the people. Thus, he decided to play a game of chance with the name of their almighty god.

He summoned all the people along with the accused person. He put in two chits of paper inside a bowl. He told the people that one chit had "Guilty" written over it and the other one had "Innocent" written over it. He told the people that God would decide if the accused person was the culprit or not. He then asked the person to draw a chit.

Obviously, the king was cheating and he had written "Guilty" over both the chits. So no matter what chit he picked, everybody would believe that it was Lord's judgment, and no one would bother to look at the other chit. Even the accused person knew that the king had played a foolproof game.

What should the guy do in order to be considered innocent?

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He should draw any chit of paper and before unfolding it, he must eat and swallow the chit. In this manner, to determine the judgment of the god, they will have to look at the other chit which will have "Guilty" written over it. Thus everyone will believe that the chit which he ate had innocent written over it and thus they will believe that he is innocent.


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