Okay, okay, heeeere's 1 for ya:
-A perfectly square room, aligned perfectly in a north-south direction;
the corners are northwest, northeast, southwest and southeast.
-The walls of the room are exactly 60 feet long
-A man (very thirsty)
-A rope, exactly 75 feet
-A big bucket of water
A man is sitting on a chair in the southwestern corner of the room, tied to a rope.
A big bucket of water is on a table in the northeastern corner of the room.(The size of the table is negligible.)
The man is veeeery thirsty.
Given this setting, the man does not die of thirst.
How can this be?