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Question Fun – General Wotnuts


Question Fun – General Wotnuts


Question Fun – General Wotnuts!


The Topic Today Is – General Wotnuts

What does it mean when someone says “What is a silly question?”

I guess they want you to ask them a silly kind of question.

What would be the better pet? A unicorn or Pegasus?

I’d like a Pegasus better.


They are cool looking, and can fly.

Why Y and Why is Y where it is, and why is Y called just Y and not Why?

Why do you ask these strange questions about the letter Y? Y just is…someone somewhere said that’s what it is and we believe them. That’s why.

Would you if offered the choice of knowing or not knowing the day you die and how take it?


Which is worse in your eyes, smacked in the face or smacked on the behind?


Given the choice of creating a totally new ice cream or a totally new fruit what would you pick?

ice cream

What would you create for either one of the above answers and what would it taste like and what would you call it?

Maybe a sweet iced tea with lemon flavor. It would be topped with a lemon drop candy. I’d call it Flavor of the South.

Uh oh – you have two choices, to eat something alive and wriggling and squirming or something that’s been dead awhile and is rotting?

I choose neither one. There’s always the choice of no choice, isn’t there?

What is your favourite non popular smell?

Is this a trick question? If the smell is not popular and bad, it wouldn’t be my favorite. Everyone’s preference of smells is different, so what I like/don’t like could be opposite of someone else.

61 minutes and counting down is ALL you have to creatively get rid of a body in the middle of the supermarket …. mm … how are you going to achieve that?

Well, this is creepy! I’d call authorities and they’d remove it. Also, the question never said it was a ‘dead’ body. The store is full of living bodies, you know, people. You could holler Fire! and every body would leave immediately!

I am not sure about garden gnomes they kind of look a bit shifty to me, what about you?

haha Yes!

What is your most favoute unusual noise?

The sound of my coffee machine making my first cup of coffee in the morning.

What are five of the most commonly stolen items from the office?

pens, paper, snacks from the break room, toilet paper, and staples/staplers?

Do you have a secret talent or skill that you don’t get to use very much?

Untying and untangling knots. I do this for myself all the time, but almost nobody asks me to untangle their knotty things. They used to, though.

If I gave you 40,000 of your own currency to start a business, what kind of business would you start?

A used book store. I’d have more than one, in different locations, and they would be nice places to come find books, or to just sit and read.

What is your favorite board game and why?

Scrabble…because I like word games.

Name two things that can cause friction between people?.

Money or lack of enough money, and what rules you think are important in raising your children.

Are you afraid of the dark?

Absolutely not! Dark time is my favorite time! You can gaze at the stars and moon, dreaming of galaxies and other worlds.

If not the above, what are you afraid of?

Fish … and you knew I’d say that! haha

Create 3 silly questions of your own?

I’ll have to think about these… back soon… okay here ya go…

Where do you go when you say you’ll be right back?

How long will you ‘really’ be gone, when you say you’ll be right back? A minute? An hour? A day? Infinity time? Never ever come back?

Why do you say  – “I’ll, be right back”, instead of “I’ll be left back?”

If asked a question you only partially knew the answer to in a group of intellectuals would you answer it with a serious face and bluff or would you decline to answer the question?

I’d pretend I knew what I was talking about, and convince others that I was right.

What’s missing from this line up?

What is missing is you asking for a couple of quotes about some topic, AND… there is no music question…!!! I need some music on here, so…. 🙂



At night, when the sky is full of stars and the sea is still you get the wonderful sensation that you are floating in space. ~ Natalie Wood

For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh

Why does A lead to B and not N or Z, and answer this question from your gut not your conventional learning?

Huh? A B C and 1 2 3 … it just sounds right.



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51 Weeks: 51 Songs From The Past: Week 11: Peter Gabriel – Sledgehammer


For this week’s challenge, I’m featuring the song, “Good Morning Starshine”. It’s one of my favorite songs to sing along too, I think because it is such a happy song.

This song was sung by William Oliver Swofford (1945-2000). He was an American pop singer, better known for only his middle name, Oliver. “Good Morning Starshine” was released in 1969, on the label Jubilee, and written by James Rado, Gerome Ragni, & Galt MacDermot. The song was heard in the musical “Hair”.



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