Who is Smarter of the Two?. . Interviewer: There are 500 bricks an a plane. You drop cine outside. How many are left? Applicant: That' s easy, 499 Interviewer:  Who is Smarter of the Two? Interviewer: There are 500 bricks an a plane You drop cine outside How many left? Applicant: That' s easy 499
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Interviewer: There are 500
bricks an a plane. You drop cine outside. How many are left?
Applicant: That' s easy, 499
Interviewer: What are the three steps to put an elephant Into a fridge?
Applicant: Open the fridge.
Put the elephant In.
Close the fridge.
Interviewer: What are the four steps to put a deer Into the fridge?
Applicant: Open the fridge.
Take the elephant out.
Put the deer In.
Close the fridge.
Interviewer: It' s lion' s birthday, all the animals are there except cine,
why?
Applicant: Because the deer is In the fridge.
Interviewer: How does an old woman crass a swamp filled with
Applicant: She Just messes it because the crocodiles are at the lion' s
birthday.
Interviewer: Last question. m the end the old lady still died.
Why?
Applicant: Err.... I guess she drowned?
Interviewer: He! She was hit by the brick. You may leave new.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #8 - captainfuckitall
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I don't understand. This guy was obviously into trick (or simple) questions, he was in that mind-set, immediately got all of them right, and then suddenly on the last question he decides that she died from something NOT involved in the situation described? (Something that never happened in any other situation).
#11 to #8 - anon id: 41e92ef4
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It was from the first question, he didn't tie the first with the last because all of the last ones tied with the one prior, but hey, it's a hypothetical questionnaire anyways.
User avatar #12 to #11 - captainfuckitall
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Ya, but it's still a trick question, so it's obviously going to mess with his train of thought.
User avatar #29 to #8 - newforomador
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Actually, he decides that she drowned, because she tried crossing a swamp that was previously filled with crocodiles.
User avatar #30 to #29 - captainfuckitall
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Of course, because that's the logical way of thinking.

How the hell do you logically fit an elephant into a fridge?

All of these questions were trick questions, so it doesn't make sense that he would suddenly change his mind-set into a logical thinking pattern.
User avatar #31 to #30 - newforomador
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I doubt that very many people would think of the first question asked though. That's why the "Um..." is there, because he couldn't think of a trick answer to the trick question, so he went with the best thing he could think of.
User avatar #32 to #31 - captainfuckitall
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I would, because it's the only question that wasn't connected to anything else. If you'll look through the post, you will notice that every single question besides the first has ties to a previously asked one. It would only make sense, even for a trick question, to assume the one question that DOESN'T have any prior connections would, in fact, be connected to the one thing that didn't LEAD to any connections (at first). You see?

Yes, I understand that, all well and good, but this most likely never happened. It's just the work of a creative mind putting it into text format or some-such, I'm just saying that they did it in a bad way, because it doesn't make sense for an obviously smart person to easily address and answer every trick question with confidence and then suddenly stumble over the last one.
User avatar #33 to #32 - xdiabolicx
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If you take a moment to read the questions again you will notice ALL of the questions are related. The brick hitting the woman in the last question was a result of dropping the brick in the first question.

The question involving the lady crossing the river was related to the questions about the animals, the party and the fridge because the crocodiles were at the party with the other animals but not the deer which was in the fridge once replacing the elephant which was opened on two different occasions in 3 and 4 steps with the elephant and the deer respectively.
User avatar #34 to #33 - captainfuckitall
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"It would only make sense, even for a trick question, to assume the one question that DOESN'T have any prior connections would, in fact, be connected to the one thing that didn't LEAD to any connections (at first)."

Only posting half of my comment to try and prove a point doesn't work well. Besides, you're trying way too hard to defend a bad joke.
User avatar #35 to #34 - xdiabolicx
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Okay so then what don't you understand about the questionnaire? You mean you don't understand why someone who was smart enough to get the first few questions suddenly wasn't smart enough to get the last one?
User avatar #37 to #35 - captainfuckitall
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I don't understand how...

1. A smart man (which can be easily seen)
2. Who is good at trick questions (answering them all with ease)
3. While in a good mind-set for trick questions (didn't even hesitate to take logic out of the picture)
Suddenly falters, stumbles over himself, and does the exact opposite of what he did with every other question (I.E. Think logically). It just doesn't make sense.

Not only that, but my point still stands, the questionnaire had a certain theme in that they all related to eachother, each one had an answer based off of another question, and yet, despite the fact he probably knows this and is smart enough to see this pattern, he STILL stumbles over it. It just seems stupid.
User avatar #44 to #8 - wtfduud
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Yes
2/10 terrible character development
User avatar #10 - gammajk
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Is he applying for the position of "Biggest douche in the universe"?
User avatar #41 - randomserb
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The swamp isn't bloody filled with crocodiles then, is it?
#48 to #41 - anon id: 8446cd61
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Thank you!   
   
pic is how you look to me.
Thank you!

pic is how you look to me.
#20 - dontnukeme
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Huh, my friend asked me all these questions one time and I got ALL of them wrong (even the first one, thought it was too obvious) except for the last question. I was frustrated, so I just angrily said the brick landed on her because I remembered the first question was the only one that was unrelated to the rest.

Say what you want, but this is not me lying over the internet.
(even if you do call ********, just refer to the left-hand picture)
User avatar #24 to #20 - doctorgolgo
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??? The left-hand picture says "Well...".
How is that related to calling ********?
#25 to #24 - dontnukeme
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I see you trying to be witty, but it's really just one picture. What I believe you're referring to, is the left-hand panel.
I see you trying to be witty, but it's really just one picture. What I believe you're referring to, is the left-hand panel.
User avatar #26 to #25 - doctorgolgo
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Ah... I see your point now. You're right, i viewed that as two pictures because you referred to it as the "left-hand picture" instead of "the picture on the left" or simply "the picture". Specifying left- vs right-hand pictures indicated that you also viewed them as two pictures.
User avatar #27 to #26 - dontnukeme
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GoodDaySir.jpg
User avatar #46 to #25 - ismellnewfag
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Who is that guy in the .gif?
User avatar #50 to #46 - brutallyhonest
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yea pretty much
#40 - pappathethird
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#13 - slashendrix
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That is beyond stupid. If you opened the door of a plane, or at least an airline from what I picture it, and had 500 bricks and dropped simply one, I'm pretty sure the air pressure would be sending many more bricks out-the-side.
User avatar #14 to #13 - brokentrucker
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They didn't say which kind of airplane.

I was once up about....I forget how high. Well above the trees so I'm gonna say under 1000 feet, but near enough to 600. Something was hurting my hand, and I thought I was constantly getting a really bad static shock from the seat-belt buckle. I turn to my uncle and tell him, an he tells me that there isn't really supposed to be any static, so I look down, and a ******* wasp is going ******** on my arm, pinned against the seat. I got stung like, eight times by then, and he was still going at it. So, in my panic, I open the window, grab the ******, and throw him the **** out. Had to hold the window down because the latch was ****** up for the remainder of the flight.
User avatar #16 to #13 - anonemous
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depends on if the aircraft is pressurized, altitude and airspeed of the aircraft, source = me, I have "fallen" out of airplanes
User avatar #17 to #13 - OsamaBinLadenz
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Not to mention the stupidity of the swamp question. It was said the swamp was filled with crocodiles. If the correct answer was that she could still cross because there were no crocodiles, then it's incorrect to say the swamp is filled with crocodiles, rather than was filled with crocodiles.
User avatar #23 to #13 - ihatem
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Yet you completely ignore animals in a fridge and animals attending a lion's birthday and an old lady crossing a swamp
User avatar #15 to #13 - oceanmist
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Damn you and your logic. The rest of the joke was just so logically sound but you had to find the one thing wrong with it and spoil the whole thing.
#28 - kmichel
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I hate interviews like this. Forget about all the time you spent in university. Let's just test you on something totally irrelevant and base our decision on that.
#3 - anon id: 4a0e293f
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If you open the door to drop a brick outside wouldn't everything start flying out, so there would be no bricks?
#5 to #3 - iamlying
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#38 - worried
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1.none because bricks dont have a left or right
2. no one didnt say the elephant wasnt a toy
3. open the fridge, contemplate existence, put the toy deer inside, close fridge
4. his father the lion is secretly batman and not the deer because deers dont exist in africa
5.using her speedboat
6. old ladies cant drive speedboats, are you crazyr?
User avatar #39 to #38 - sketchE
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i may be wrong but dont gazelle fall under the same family as deer
User avatar #47 to #38 - bladebites
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The minute you said "nobody said it wasn't a toy", it was clear that you were trying too hard.
User avatar #4 - lightninghorse
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someone asked me these questions just this summer, i'd never heard of them before and it's strange to see them now