The most disarming things in the entire universe are paradoxes. Things that should not be able to be true, but are. It's always fascinating to add new paradoxes to your collection of knowledge, so why don't we get a few more for our arsenal?
From Redditor mies777:
Here are the mind-numbing answers.
The ship of Theseus paradox. Basically questions if an object is still the same if you replace all of its components.
If you replace all the planks of a wooden ship gradually it is still the same ship after each replacement. If you make another ship with all of the original planks, which is the original ship?
The fact that my body is made of countless individual living things, none of which are the real me, but all of which are a part of me.
I'm simultaneously both always alone and never alone.
I know it's not what you mean but the one that shafted me when I was 15:
You need a birth certificate to get your social security card. You need your social security card to get your social security number. You need to have your social security number to get your birth certificate.
It took a year and a half to get anything from my mom "as punishment for moving out". I see the humor in it now.