If you are eating chicken nuggets and drinking chicken soup at the same time, are you eating chicken soup or drinking chicken nuggets.
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If you are eating chicken nuggets and drinking chicken soup at the same time, you are technically eating chicken soup.
This is because you are chewing chicken nuggets so you really can't be drinking chicken nuggets, and that's gross so no.
If you eliminate the one of the two options, you are left with eating chicken soup.
It is blatant that if you are eating chicken nuggets and drinking chicken soup, then you must be drinking chicken nuggets. Why is this so:
- The word "eating" can be attached to both chicken nuggets and chicken soup. We want to create an action that embraces both actions (eating chicken nuggets and drinking chicken soup). By saying that we are eating chickens soup, the receiver of this message can interpret it as only the action of drinking chicken soup. However, we never use the phrase "drinking nuggets," which compels the audience to realize that the person speaking means something else, which is both drinking soup and eating nuggets.
- We start with Euler's formula to calculate the configuration of the nugget. v + t = e + 2. We see that there are 51 edges in the nugget. Next, we see that Bessie has not come back after she followed the suspicious fat naked man into the van. Thus we can ultimately conclude that you are drinking chicken nuggets.