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If you swallow gum, how long does it really remain in your stomach? I've heard 60 years, but if that is so, what's preventing it from leaving?
Recent scientific studies have indicated that bubblegum does in fact remain in your digestive system just a tiny bit longer than it remains stuck in a shag carpet. However, if you attempt to expel the gum before it becomes fully petrified you might just find yourself blowing bubbles out of your butt.
Why are there no "B" batteries?
How does weed killer know the difference between weeds and your prize winning roses? I mean they're both plants.
Can we impose stiff penalties on people who submit any more questions that pertain to these subjects? Cats/butter/toast, Trees falling in forests, Driving on parkways/parking on driveways.
If a stealth bomber crashes in a forest, will it make a sound?
I've read how if you drop a cat it will land on its feet and if you drop a piece of bread that has been buttered on one side that it will land buttered side down, but forget that crap. What I want to know is if I were to smear butter on my mother in law's head and push her off of a five hundred foot cliff, will she hit the ground buttered side down. No fair if you tell me that it would be a waste of good butter. By the way, she don't have a cat.
If you took the whole of Norway, scrunched it up a bit, shook out all the moose and reindeer, and then hurled it three thousand miles around the Earth, would you be wasting your time? Because I think it looks as if someone has already done this.
If a fly lost it's wings, would it be then called a walk?
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