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According to our psychology examination, Mr. X

  • Is afraid of heights as well as the cookie monster under his bed (1)
  • Prefers to work late into the night (2)
  • Has 20/20 vision with perfect visual acuity (2)
  • Prefers pacifism to conflict and will do anything to avoid a fight (1)
  • Gave a fantastic farewell performance at Carnegie Hall before giving up music for medicine (2)

Based on these results, for tonight's formal dinner, should we serve Mr. X

A) A heady and fragrant coconut cauliflower curry, lightly spiced and served on a fluffy bed of steaming, pearly white rice
B) Decadent foie gras, perfectly seared, served with fresh sourdough bread, and accompanied by a sweet and tart fruit salad
C) I don't know

Note: The author of this examination claims no expertise over writing appetizing culinary descriptions

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    $\begingroup$ Well... C seems right to me. $\endgroup$ – msh210 Aug 18 at 6:13
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Not sure, but it looks like Mr. X may be...

a bird.

- Is afraid of heights as well as the cookie monster under his bed (1), because he is a chicken.

- Prefers to work late into the night (2) because he is a night owl.

- Has 20/20 vision with perfect visual acuity (2) because he is hawk-eyed/eagle-eyed.

- Prefers pacifism to conflict and will do anything to avoid a fight (1) because he is a dove.

- Gave a fantastic farewell performance at Carnegie Hall before giving up music for medicine (2) which was his swan song? Not sure if the medicine part is important.

The title...

may be some kind of foul/fowl pun?

What should we serve Mr. X?

probably not foie gras, since that's close to cannibalism, but I don't know what would make A the correct answer, so... I don't know?

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