Here are the new Things To Think About that have been contributed since the last update:
How can bubbles scrub if they don't have hands?
Why does some non-daily creamers have a warning label that reads, 'contains milk'?
Do insect eardrums burst if we make a loud noise near them?
If chickens had lips, could they whistle?
Does a bee know it's going to die when it stings you?
Why did they skip the "E" in the grading system?
When you chew a New-Breath, who's new breath are you getting?
Why is meat from a chicken just called chicken? Isn't meat from a cow called beef or veal? And meat from a pig called pork, ham or bacon?
If brownies weren't brown, what would they be called? If they were green, would they be called greenies?
When you eat a jawbreaker, why doesn't your jaw break?
Why do we eat spring rolls year round?
If you stay awake all night, do you still have morning breath?
If a fat man falls in the forest, do the trees laugh?
When you're sitting on the upstairs floor, aren't you really sitting on the downstairs ceiling?
If gas is a liquid, why is it called gas?
If you painted a light bulb black, would it go darker when you turned it on?
Why aren't hot pads hot?
How come the frames for manhole covers are reinforced? They are a circle of 1 inch steel. Does steel warp that much?
Why is the word 'racecar' spelt backwards in the dictionary?
If someone goes outside to get some air, what were they breathing inside?
If ice can burn, then can fire freeze?
If a Light Saber was swung into Superman's body, would it cut him or not?
Since there is 'true and false' as well as 'right and wrong', does that mean there are rhetorical answers to these rhetorical questions?
Why do they call it break dancing if you don't break anything?
Does the Michelin Man ever get tired?
Are there any lyrics to the Hockey Night In Canada theme song?
Why are four wheelers called bikes when bike is short for bicycle?
Take Care and Keep Thinking,
Don Fowler, A Gadzillion Things To Think About
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