We all know some natural numbers are "interesting". For instance, 3 is the first prime number participating in a pair of twin primes, 13 is the unlucky number, etc.

Now consider the "smallest uninteresting number", S. S is probably a really huge number, but surely exists (or there would be no interesting numbers, since if everything's interesting, nothing is)! But this in itself is interesting -- S is the smallest number which isn't interesting! Wouldn't you like to know more about it?

In particular, S is interesting...

Yes, this is YALP.

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