Here's yet another pointless, time-wasting game fo' ya!
**For each 'post', a question that starts with "Why does..." shall be posted. **The next person shall provide an answer. **This answer can be anything from serious to absurd. **This person shall ask a new "Why does..." question...and so on.
example: Why does it take so long to get served at a government office?
[next poster]: A: Because they're actually playing Farmville on the side.
Q. Why does the phone ring every time your in the shower? A. The subtle vibrations your feet emanate in the shower, resonate a particular frequency that can be picked up in a slight change of tone that a perceptive phone caller can detect just after dialling your number. This is also electronically enabled by call centre operators, mother-in-laws and ex wives.
Q. If I am inside a sphere and it is mirrored inside and fully sealable, what will I see when I am in the exact centre and turn on the light of a torch?
Why does God give children to those who abuse them? This has been a question that I have been trying to find an answer for. Discussing this through the years I honestly am looking for a true understanding of why? There are many in the world who would love to have children however they will never...
I can understand the positives of putting your faith in such and such religion, which is why I do not think religion as a whole should be completely eradicated, however in this day and age I honestly wouldn't mind if it was.My question is this: why does religion NEED to exist? If you say "So...
Why do people vote down answers to questions with no "right" answer?I can understand if the answer is something outlandish, combative, or controversial... but a question was asked "What time do you consider to be "late" at night?"... and I noticed almost every answer...
“Who Are You?” Often we heard people asked. They want you to tell them who you really are. This is really simple question, is it? Or is it not?Have you ever noticed how people can come up with different answer for that simple question? And sometimes they also come up with more than one...
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