On Tuesday, I took a look at a few facts. However I still have questions. Here they are.
How come they don’t make mouse-flavored cat food?
How does anybody even know what the unwritten rules are?
Is taking a nap the human equivalent of rebooting a computer?
Was the Moon invaded by aliens on July 20th 1969?
Why are tobacco companies trying to kill their best customers?
Why did kamikaze pilots wear helmets?
If a masochist tells you to hit them, should you say no?
Do you need to tune bagpipes?
Why does everybody know about secret societies?
If you’re a vegan who does Crossfit, which one should you mention first?
What happens if you take a survival course and don’t pass?
How important do you have to be to be assassinated instead of just murdered?
How come they charge you more for extra stuff on your hamburger but don’t reduce the price when you don’t want pickles?
Can Mars even have earthquakes?
In France, when people order toast, what do they get?
If it’s illegal to drink and drive, why do bars have parking lots?
If a genie can only grant you three wishes, why doesn’t anybody ever wish for more genies?
In prison, do murderers laugh at attempted murderers because they didn’t get it right?
How come they make cars that can go twice as fast as the legal speed limit?
Why don’t psychics win all the lotteries?
And here are two of my favourites (even though they’re not mine)
Is today just the tomorrow you were worried about yesterday?
If you try to fail — and succeed — what did you just do?
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These are great! I think yours are better than your favourites, just for the records.
Full disclosure; I only wrote about 80% the rest are that famous philosopher Anon. cheers
80% is pretty darn good. They are really good ones.
The hamburger pricing one – my husband says the same thing about self-check outs at the stores. He thinks he should get a discount when he uses one because he is providing the labour.
A bagpiper friend of mine (yes, I actually have one; clearly, my standards are too low) told me that yes, they do indeed tune them.
I figure they do it to a musical scale not known to the civilized world.
It’s been my experience that bagpipes are the missing link between sound and noise. cheers