Two cars suddenly made an abrupt stop at the park's gate. Seven men got out of the two cars and were makeing their way along the foot path when it began to rain. Six of the seven men began to walk faster to escape the rain. The seventh man didn't even bother, yet he was not touched by one drop of water. No raincoats or umbrellas were used. Since all of the men arived at their destination together how did the one man stay dry?
This riddle is a little vague and has many possible answers. The "official" answer we are looking for is: The seventh man was in a coffin.
"I'm treating a patient with a split personality," boasts a Soviet emigre psychiatrist, "and Medicaid pays for both of them!"
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