A gentleman entered a pastry-cook's shop ...
A gentleman entered a pastry-cook's shop and ordered a cake; but he soon brought it back and asked for a glass of liqueur instead. He drank it and began to leave without having paid. The proprietor detained him. "You've not paid for the liqueur." "But I gave you the cake in exchange for it." "You didn't pay for that either." "But I hadn't eaten it". — from Freud (1905).
Ref.: Jokes and their Relation to the Cognitive Unconscious, Marvin Minsk: ftp://publications.ai.mit.edu/classic-hits/minsky/jokes.cognitivePalavras chave/keywords: jokes, freud, Minsky
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