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THE KISS PROBLEM

you will generally find thirty or forty of them at her house. It is unhygienic to kiss cats, but I kissed ten of them, and my aunt was greatly pleased at this unusual demonstration of affection for her pets. Some of them seemed slightly bored, but not one was offended. When a cat is offended it tells you so. They were of an age for courtship-by males of their own species. Briefly, the cats and I conformed in all respects with the requirements of the problem.'
` Gentlemen,' said the chairman, ` the subtlety of our theologian has overcome you. Our cheque for one hundred and ten pounds will be drawn to the order of Mr Septimus Cunliffe.
` I will now read out the problem which will next engage your attention. It is entitled " The Free Meal Problem." It is required within the space of twenty-four consecutive hours to be the guest of one person at breakfast, of another at luncheon, and of a third at dinner, the host being in each case a person

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whom the competitor has not to his knowledge seen, and with whom he has held no communication previous to the sunrise preceding the meal. No direct request for a meal may be made and no remuneration may be given in return for any meal.
` The adjudicator will be my learned friend Mr Quillian.'

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