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Rather give a wrong answer.

Rather give a wrong answer.

Even Sherlock Holmes in The Great Game says people do not like telling you things; they love to contradict you.

Therefore, if you want the right answer, do not ask a question rather give a wrong answer or ask a question in such a way that it already contains a wrong information.

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Cunningham’s Law is a curious psychological phenomenon, and it’s one that can be used to great advantage.

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