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Dogs and Doughnuts: Dinner Table Thinking

Here’s a few tricky morsels of ideas for the family to discuss over dinner. Enjoy!

One of the Family’ by Frederick George Cotman 1880
  • Is the hole in the middle of a doughnut part of the doughnut if you can’t eat it?
  • Can you dream a taste?
  • Why don’t dogs laugh? Is it because they don’t have a sense of humour?