A small riddle

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A small riddle

Post: # 125416Post Egaladeist
Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:57 am

A small riddle

A man called Robert has a 5-year old son called Tim. They're both in the car, driving in the freeway, when they have an accident. Robert is killed instantly and Tim is injured gravely, and is taken to the hospital by the paramedics. Since his condition is delicate, they decide not to transfer him elsewhere, and instead, call in an eminence in the matter, a master medic. After arriving and analyzing the boy:
-A random doctor: So, will you treat him?
-The eminence: Of course I'll treat him, he is my son!!!

So, how can that be?!

Notes: Robert, who is dead, was Tim's biological father, no foster or gay father or anything like that involved in the riddle. And the eminence is not a Priest or something like that.

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Re: A small riddle

Post: # 125423Post Dogbert
Sun Jan 25, 2009 9:25 am

The eminant is TIm's mother.
OUT! OUT! You demons of stupidity!!!!

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Re: A small riddle

Post: # 125424Post Egaladeist
Sun Jan 25, 2009 2:43 pm

You got it...Ice where'd yer post go :rolf6:

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Re: A small riddle

Post: # 125434Post |3lack|ce
Sun Jan 25, 2009 11:34 pm

My huge wall of text was critted to death by one simple sentence. It has de-rezzed into oblivion.
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