Friday, July 27, 2012

20 Questions I Have

We all, at times, have questions which are sometimes impossible to find answers for.  Here are the top 20 questions I have been mulling over for quite some time.   If you know any of the answers please post them in the comment section.  Seriously.
How long is "finger-length"?

Do therapists get to write off tissues?

Do they make mood ring sunglasses?

With so many daily hazards, why don't people wear shields anymore?

When did happy become the new sad?

Are child pageants just kid drag?

How long do you boil mustard to get the gas?

How do I make pronouncing the "j" in "mojito" a thing?

Midnight makes sense, but why do they call it noon?

On average, which profession has the largest sized heads?

Are any cats allergic to people?

Why do all lesbians either look like Justin Beiber, Molly Ringwald or Danny DeVito?

How much widescreen is too much widescreen?

Is it normal to have a tongue phobia?

What's the typical lost-to-found ratio?

What liquid do they use to test gallons of hats?

Do they call it a pyramid scheme because Egyptian people created it?

Do fireworks contribute to global warming?

Are there tame wildfires?

Is there a way to request a Hurricane to be called Pierre?


Franko Vare said...

The “noon hour” has shifted several times throughout history, and at one time, when Christians prayed twice a day, it meant both midday and midnight.

In the original Old English the noon hour was the hour for prayers, which at the time was the ninth hour of daylight, or three o’clock in the afternoon.

The singular prayer time, or noon hour, changed to midday, or twelve o’clock, during the Middle Ages in Britain.

The term stuck and we still call midday the “noon hour”.


Franko Vare said...

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Oh, and I loved the last question! We should do an event on fb :P

Loving your blog, as usual, regards from Poland!

Pierre le Roux said...

Thanks Franko!

Franko Vare said...

You're welcome :)

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