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Posted Mar 29, '08 at 5:48pm

notepad7

notepad7

81 posts

I have so funny questions

1) should a missle be called a hittle?
2) how do you know if a smurf is choking?
3) what's the speed of dark?
4) if barbie is so popular why do you have to buy her friends?

please answer or post more funny questions

 

Posted Mar 29, '08 at 6:00pm

Crunk88

Crunk88

126 posts

those arnt really funy at all. but this one is

can you make eggs from scratch?

 

Posted Mar 29, '08 at 6:03pm

Sweetiedark

Sweetiedark

72 posts

ure very weird none of these questions are funny y dont u ask " Y DO WE USE TOILET ROLLS "

 

Posted Mar 29, '08 at 6:03pm

NoNameC68

NoNameC68

5,297 posts

Knight

1. Hittles would jinx a missle and make the missle miss.
2. Smurfs would gag for air.
3. Speed of Dark is the equivlance of the speed of the last bits of light that leaves or as fast as you close your eyes.
4. Every one knows that to be popular in society, you need to buy your friends. =)

 

Posted Mar 29, '08 at 6:19pm

notepad7

notepad7

81 posts

OK fine be that way they aren't funny
but I like NoNameC68's answers

 

Posted Mar 29, '08 at 7:45pm

Asherlee

Asherlee

5,346 posts

Knight

Okay, okay I've got a funny question:

Why can't kids these days spell correctly?

 

Posted Mar 29, '08 at 8:10pm

Armed_Blade

Armed_Blade

1,564 posts

Lol, Its not that, Ahserlee, but alot of times I've found with people that I know they simply don't care if they misspell. After all, its not as if its some school assignement worth half there grade. Its like texting, as long as you get the message along.

 

Posted Mar 30, '08 at 9:54am

Sweetiedark

Sweetiedark

72 posts

i kan spall well i doi englsh A levls lool only jokin but yeh most kids these days kant spell but thats because they would rathet get drunk or stoned

 

Posted Mar 30, '08 at 10:36am

Jtwolf22

Jtwolf22

150 posts

Did you ever notice that if you blow in a dogs face it goes mad, yet when you take him on a car ride he sticks his head straight out the window?

If man evolved from monkeys and apes, why do we still have monkeys and apes?

If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?
Why do we say "heads up" when we actually duck?

What benefit is there to toasting bread instead of just eating it untoasted? If there is no benefit, how much electric energy is wasted on toasting in the U.S. of A., do you think?

Why is Charlie short for Charles if they are both the same number of letters?

 

Posted Mar 30, '08 at 12:14pm

Strop

Strop

11,085 posts

Moderator

I can answer most of these:

1) Blowing in a dog's face involves standover behaviors that threaten the dog. The dog sticking its head out the window prevents him/her from getting motion sickness.

2) Taxonomically speaking, man is merely one species from the genus, that genus being one of many in the family of apes. In short there are many different species of monkeys and apes whose evolutionary paths diverged from man earlier in history. However, it's true to say that homo sapiens evolved directly from homo erectus.

3) Mr O'Neill (watch Daria if you don't know who that is) tried to answer that in a class assignment he set. He failed.

4) "Heads up" means "look out!" But most of the time it's simply safer to assume that one ought to duck.

5) A matter of tradition and taste. I think it's actually healthier to eat the bread untoasted, unless the bread is old and dry- in which case it's just easier to eat toasted. I have no idea how much energy is used every day toasting bread.

6) It's not 'short for', but it is a casual derivative of. Like Charlie, common derivatives end in -ie or -y, but most are in fact shorter than their original. Such as Ricky instead of Richard.

Speaking of which. Why is the contraction of William, Bill, and why is the contraction of Richard, Dick?