Answered by Howie Reith
Howie Reith 回答：
When I was six years old my dad was teaching me how to play Dungeons and Dragons. Intelligence and Wisdom are separate stats in D&D. I found that so strange. So I asked him:
"Daddy, why are Intelligence and Wisdom different?"
"Because you can be a brilliant medical doctor who smokes cigarettes."
Intelligence is your ability to understand and learn concepts and information. Wisdom, or what you're calling common sense, is your experiences, your intuition, your habits, and how you apply them in your life.
Answered by Yogesh Chhitre
Yogesh Chhitre 回答：
Ten birds were sitting in a tree and a hunter shot one. How many birds were left in the tree?
Answered by Jim Romick
Jim Romick 回答：
Intelligence is knowing that the dress does make your wife look fat, common sense is knowing not to tell her that.
Answered by Bijaya Biswal
Bijaya Biswal 回答：
Common sense is knowing what you are good at. Intelligence is taking advantage of it.