Cryptic: (adj) mysterious in meaning; puzzling; ambiguous
Some examples of cryptic thoughts.
It certainly was fortunate that there were ignorant black people in Africa so that American slavery could prosper.
President Trump would be a fabulous leader if he knew where he was going.
It is ironic that the Jews would consider it anti-Semitic to be blamed for the crucifixion of Jesus, even though their Council cast the votes.
Men and women are equally talented and intelligent—and there the equality ceases.
I shot an arrow into the air and I sure as hell hope it didn’t kill anybody.
I am happiest when I know some people are sad because there seems to be a limited amount of happiness.
The best Republican President acted like he was a Democrat.
The best Democrat President was probably a secret Republican.
People don’t seem to be able to just enjoy sex without thinking they are the best at it.
The more we envy others, the less the chance of ever possessing what they have.
Religion is about as close to God as politics is to freedom.
You can always tell when a nation is failing—it attacks its poets.
I blame myself for trusting you to have the intelligence to make the decision that has now ruined us both.
These are some examples of cryptic statements.
Such talk is fun.
Such talk is clever.
Such talk can start wars.