These unanswered questions questions will make you laugh and they will make you think. They are designed to be thought provoking and entertaining. They can be used as a conversation starter or to lighten the mood. Most of all they are just a fun bunch of questions.
101 Humorous, amusing and thought provoking questions.
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Why isn't there mouse-flavored cat food?
Where do forest rangers go to "get away from it all?"
If vegetarians eat vegetables, what do humanitarians eat?
If love is blind, why is lingerie so popular?
How come, at a wedding, the bride doesn't marry the best man?
If the #2 pencil is the most popular, why is it still #2?
If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy all her friends?
If the Cincinatti Reds were the first major league baseball team, who did they play?
Do burn victims get a discount at crematoriums?
Are part-time band leaders called semi-conductors?
Why is it that night falls, but day breaks?
Can you buy an entire chess set at a pawn shop?
Do infants enjoy infancy as much as adults enjoy adultery?
If all the world is a stage, where is the audience sitting?
If you ate pasta and antipasti durring the same meal, would you still be hungry?
Why do you need a driver's license to buy liquor when you can't drink and drive?
Is the reason Santa so jolly because he knows where all the bad girls live?
If someone told you he was a chronic liar, would you believe him?
If a vacuum cleaner really sucks, is that good?
Why is the third hand on your watch called the second hand?
If money deosn't grow on trees, why do banks have branches?
If ghosts can walk through walls, why they don't fall through the floor?
If two identical twin brothers married identical twin sisters, would there kids be identical?
The first sermon in the world was preached at the Creation. It was a Divine protest against Hurry. It was a Divine object lesson of perfect law, perfect plan, perfect order, perfect method. Six days of work carefully planned, scheduled and completed were followed by - rest. Whether we accept the story as literal or as figurative, matters little if we but learn the lesson. -W.G. Jordan