In the Hakarra mountains, in a town called Lawando, there were two liars. One day they met in the town square, and the first liar said to the second,
“I have the best eyesight in the town.”
“So do I,” replied the second liar.
The first liar pointed to the distance. “For example, do you see that ant there on top of that mountain?”
The second liar craned his neck and squinted his eyes. “Do you mean the one with his eyes opened, or the one with his eyes closed?”