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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.

Can someone yell "movie" in a crowded firehouse?

Why do kamikaze pilots wear helmets?

If one synchronized swimmer drowns, do the rest have to drown, too?

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

Do radioactive cats have 18 half lives?

How come you play at a recital, but recite at a play?

Can you cry under water?

Did Noah have woodpeckers and termites on the ark?

If fat people go skinny dipping, shouldn't they call it ''chunky dunking''?

Why is abbreviation such a long word?

Why does Bugs Bunny walk around the cartoon naked, but he puts a bathing suit on when he goes swimming?

If a vacuum cleaner really sucks, is that good?

Is it wrong for a vegetarian to eat animal crackers?

What is the speed of dark?

Is it okay to shoot tourists during tourist season?

Where do forest rangers go to "get away from it all?"

Why is chocolate not considered a vegetable, since chocolate comes from cocoa beans, and all beans are a vegetable?

How come the word "one" has a "w" sound in it, but the word "two" does not?

What do they use to ship styrofoam?

If you strangle a smurf what color would it turn?

Do cemetery workers always the graveyard shift?

If you had everything, where would you put it?

Why isn't evaporated milk a gas?

Isn't Disney World just a people trap that is operated by a mouse?

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