Ten Perplexing Questions
If tomatoes are a fruit, is ketchup considered a smoothie?
Which orange came first – the fruit or the color?
If you told someone to “be a leader and not a follower,” wouldn’t they become a follower by following your advice?
What would happen if Pinocchio said, “My nose will grow now”?
Why isn’t there mouse-flavored cat food?
If a word is misspelled in the dictionary, will we ever know it?
Why do noses run but feet smell?
If revenge is a dish that’s best served cold and revenge is sweet, then is revenge ice cream?
In the word scent, which letter is silent? S or C?
If a cyclops were to close its eye, is it winking or blinking?
(Care to add more of your own? Use the comment section below.)
Why do we drive on the parkway and park on the driveway?
Jim L Hurst Jr
I love these Fun Friday emails… thank you for the smiles 😃
Why do we compliment a painting by saying it looks real, but we say a pretty landscape looks like a painting?
Where’s the upvote button?
Thought provoking indeed. Thank you for starting another Friday right.
Sharon K Connell
I have actually found a word misspelled in some dictionaries. I had written a paper some decades ago now and used the word “gauge”. I was informed by the marker that it was “guage” and, to my astonishment, when I checked several dictionaries, they all said “guage”. So I corrected my spelling and went on this way, until another lecturer in another course many, many years later insisted it was “gauge”. Having once been under that delusion myself, I wasn’t going to fall for that! So I grabbed a dictionary to show her. I had to grab several actually before I could find an older one with the mis-spelling.
Laughter is very welcome!!! Blessed!
Kristen Joy Wilks
Ha ha! Revenge is ice cream!