Jousting Tournament

7 Apr

During a jousting tournament, a father and his son both compete against each other. The father is hit by a lance and dies on the spot. The son is also hit, but survives and is carried into a tent. The doctor in the tent leans over him and says “It’s my son!”.

How can this be correct?

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2 Responses to “Jousting Tournament”

  1. Ashling Cranford April 8, 2010 at 3:25 pm #

    I like the setting of the Jousting Tournament but really simple question.

    The doctor is his mother. The fowl woman didn’t know her place was to remain by the kitchen sink and she disgraces her family by going through medical school. Its good her husband has passed on, I doubt he could live any longer with the shame.
    :P

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    [...] I will give the answer to a puzzle I posted a long time ago. Firstly, here is the puzzle again: During a jousting tournament, a father and his son both compete [...]

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