A wise man knows that for every answer, there are at least 2 more questions! ;-))
Not at all. It makes sense to me. Kids always think they know everything.
Ironic and deeply true.
The fool who thinks he knows it all, in reality knows nothing.
The wise man, who knows much, has realized just how much he will never know. He knows that there is too much that is simply UNknowable.
The irony is contained in the fact that he who thinks he knows the most, knows the least.
And he who has the most wisdom has gained it by knowing just how little he will ever really know of all that is knowable.
No. It's true.
no, Ironic is a diabetic getting hit by a truck carrying insulin to the pharmacy that he buys it at.
Sounds more truthful than ironic to me. :/
Absolutely not, It is very true, mind you I know everything :o))
A man that knows everything actually knows bugger all
sounds like someone was very drunk
No, this makes perfect sense (except you should've said that a fool thinks he knows everything).
Okay, I understand what it is implying.
yes it does
oh um well it is ironic because it's so true . a wise man knows how little he knows . its like saying i know that i don't know . which is rather wise to know what you don't know . a foolish man says i know everything . while a wise man says , i know what i know , and i know what i dont know .
right he is wise because he knows what he doesn't know
no because a fool thinks he knows everything . the expression is saying , only a fool knows everything , because it is impossible to know everything but if you are a fool , you would think you know everything . it's ironic because someone who says they know everything , in fact know very little . a man who says i don't know very much , but i do know some things is wise , because he knows what he doesnt know . A fool thinks he knows everything and does not realize he does not know everything.