Has anyone ever wondered why? GAME

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Endemix

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I guess this could be a game...

but anyways the object is to ask any question...any at all and someone can answer and/or post their own questions.


Here's a cople:

1. Before they invented drawing boards, what did they go back to?

2. Why are you reading this?
 
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Endemix

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Has anyone ever wondered why no one but me is replying to this?
 
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Is the main reason Santa is so jolly is because he knows where all the bad girls live?
 
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Is the main reason Mulder is so jolly is because he knows where all the TSG girls live? ;)
 
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Has anybody ever wondered why I keep asking questions (well bumping the topic is really what I'm doing) all the time?
 
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Why is it considered necessary to nail down the lid of a coffin?
 

javierg86

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quote from Rhettman5.1:
If you throw a cat out of the car window...does it become kitty litter ?



it all depends on how fast you are going... :D , but probably it will....
 
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Who was the sadistic ba$tard that placed an s in lisp?
 

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Why is it considered necessary to nail down the lid of a coffin?
When I lived in Montreal I went to stroll in Mount Royal Cemetary, one of the largest in the world. It is not strictly a cemetary, but also a beautiful park. I was there with my friend and we stopped and stared at each other... :eek:

There was a mausoleum built of heavy stone blocks. In through the iron bar door opening we could see a mouldy, rotting coffin- yes, nailed shut!

The heavy iron-framed wooden door was chained shut and padlocked- not as if to keep people out, but to keep something in.

Montreal is predominantly Catholic. Almost every tomb and burial plot is adorned with a cross, or a bust of Jesus.

Not this tomb. Above the door was carved an inverted 5 pointed star. The name below it was "Sanscoeur"

That is French for "without heart".

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