I am probably showing my age, but Arsenio Hall used to have his own night-time TV show. It was a talk show that competed with Leno. Arsenio appealed to young urban viewers, but some middle-aged white guys (like me) liked him too; the show was funny and edgier than its competition. Arsenio had a popular segment titled "Things that make you go hmmm." I can't remember an example, but I played in a poker tournament today and saw a hand that reminded me of this.
With the blinds at T50/100, a guy in late position limped in with ♠ A ♦J. The guy behind him raised to T300 with ♦A ♣Q.
The flop came: ♣A ♥6 ♠2. The guy with AJ checked and the guy with AQ bet T300 which was called. The turn was the ♣6. The AJ checked, the AQ bet T400 (don't ask) which was called.
The river was the ♥K. AJ checked and AQ bet T600 which was called. They both (now) had the same hand: AA66K and so the pot was chopped.
While the dealer was dividing the chips, AQ said, "After the king came, I figured it was a chop or you won."
Huh? Say what? He figured they were chopping or the other guy had him beat, so he bet on the river?