It's Ask a Stupid Queston Day
Apparently, today is Ask a Stupid Question Day. It's been said that there is no such thing as a stupid question and that the only stupid question is the one that isn't asked. However, did you ever wonder why certain questions aren't asked? Here are some: 1. Why is it that we don't say "God bless you" when someone coughs? 2. If you file chapter 11 twice, does that make it a chapter 22? 3. Did anybody ever die of Boogie Fever? 4. If counting sheep really works, do the sheep stay awake being around each other because they are mathematically challenged? 5. Why is it that a pair of socks is two but a pair of underwear is only one? Is it so the other half doesn't get lost in the dryer? 6. Do you have any other stupid questions to share on Ask a Stupid Question Day?
Great question, Sele. Hmm…
These are great. (And I’m a huge Steven Wright fan too, love the monotone voice.)
Since I’m preparing a lesson tonight, the only thing I can think of right now is:
What do Noah do with the woodpeckers on the ark?
I love his one liners! He thinks like me. I often wonder things that the rest of the world doesn’t usually think about. As it says in JoJoism#42, “I see the world through funny nose and glasses.”
ROFLOL! What are you doing. . . channeling Steven Wright? :) One of my favorites is. . . “What happens if you get scared half to death twice?”