Sometime the answer is irrelevant -it’s the question that counts.
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“How come the dove gets to be the peace symbol? How about the pillow? It has more feathers than the dove, and it doesn’t have that dangerous beak.”
“Why do people day, ‘It was more fun than a barrel of monkeys’? Have you ever smelled a barrel of monkeys?”
“Why do people say 'It’s always in the last place you look’? Of course it is. Why would you keep looking after you’ve found it?”
“If 95% of accidents happen within the home, where do homeless people go to have 95% of their accidents?”
-Strange de Jim
“What’s the deal with lampshades? If it’s a lamp, why do you want shade?”
“Why are they called stairs inside but steps outside?”
"Did you ever notice that people who say they don’t care what other people think are usually desperate to have some people think they don’t care what other people think?”
“Did you know that the male seahorse has the baby? Why don’t they just call that one the female?”
“What’s the shelf life of a shelf?”
“Opening a can of worms? Do worms even come in cans?”
“Why do men have nipples? They’re like plastic fruit.”
“At what age is it appropriate to tell a highway it’s adopted?”
“Ever notice the first thing you see at an airport is a big sign that says TERMINAL? Have a nice flight.”
This list is reprinted with permission from Uncle John's Endlessly Engrossing Bathroom Reader.
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