From Calvin and Hobbes
WAP WAP WAP and Calvin hammers away on the coffee table. Mom runs and shouts (and as you can see in the second frame).
She asks Calvin what he’s doing with the coffee table, but she already knows what he’s doing. Poor Calvin only looks up and asks her if that was a trick question or anything. He didn’t perceive the speech act to be an indirect speech act, and took it directly by asking his mother if her question was supposed to be a trick question.
“Isn’t it obvious?” was Calvin’s train of thought, “I’m hammering nails into the coffee table.”
But the underlying message in mom’s question really goes something like “Calvin! The coffee table! Stop! Why are you doing that?”