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Can someone explain this....."I've got a theory". I looked up the def. of perverse and realized it's someone who is stubborn or wrongly self-willed. But I'm confused on that quote stating "I've got a theory". How is this quote related to perverse?

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    Without knowing the context of that quote, it's nearly impossible to explain it.

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    Oh okay. When i looked up i've got a theory i thought it was related to lyrics of a song or something else. But thanks

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    “I've got a theory that if you give 100 percent all of the time, somehow things will work out in the end.” by Larry Bird, im thinking if this is the quote related to perverse but im confused on what the quote is stating

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    The way it's related to perverse is that it's probably not what his audience believes.

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