Monday, April 23, 2007

I Wonder...

Where does all the white go when the snow melts?

What is an occasional table the remainder of the time?

When does a large puddle become a pond, and a pond become a lake?

Why is it you can walk down a road, even if it goes up hill?

Why are the buttons on mens' shirts on the opposite side to those on ladies' garments?

Why is baseball called the World Series if it is only played in the US?

Why do we say the alarm went off when, in fact, it went on?

If everyone lost 5 pounds would it throw the earth off its gravitational pull?

How do you draw a blank?

If planets are in the sky, are we in the sky too?

If shampoo comes in so many colors, why is the lather on your head always white?

If Snickers satisfy, why do they make King Size?

Why don't you ever see baby pigeons?

Why do people say "It's always in the last place you look"? Of course it is always in the last place you look, what kind of moron would keep on looking after he'd found it?

Why is a building called a building when it is already built?

If the No. 2 pencil is so popular, why is it still No. 2?

When Something Is New And Improved. If It's New It Can't Have Been There Before But If It's Improved It Must Have Been There Before.

If a fly had no wings is it a "walk"?

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