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    1. Why do you get round from eating square meals? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. How does a thermos know whether a drink should be hot or cold? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. If MINUTE RICE takes a minute on the stove then how long would it take in a microwave? (Contributed by Don F.)
    4. At a pancake breakfast for charity I have yet to get some that are actually cooked. Why does somebody always ask if they are fresh? (Contributed by Don F.)
    5. Why do we call them French Fries when they were not invented in France? (Contributed by Don F.)
    6. Why do the makers of Minute Rice give their product that name when it takes 5 minutes to cook? (Contributed by Don F.)
    7. If you are what you eat haven't you eaten yourself? (Contributed by Don F.)
    8. Just how much is much? And when you eat a lot why do we always eat two(too) of them? (Contributed by Don F.)
    9. Why is it that we eat food up yet we down a drink? (Contributed by Chet Meek)
    10. Why do our seniors keep telling us we should eat food that will stick to our ribs? Just how is that accomplished? (Contributed by Don F.)
    11. Why do they call it "freezer burn"? (Contributed by ZBQ)
    12. Why is there always a hair in your food and never in anyone elses? (Contributed by Felix)
    13. Why do they call it Pork and Beans when all you get is beans and a piece of fat? (Contributed by LuvMyPals)
    14. Why do things that are bad for you taste good? (Contributed by Amireal)
    15. What are you suppose to feed your pet peeve? (Contributed by Bill Edwards)
    16. Why is it that everytime someone eats something that tastes terrible they immediately think the person next to them wants to see what it tastes like too? (Contributed by Marybeth)
    17. If you eat at mid-morning it's called 'brunch' so if you eat at mid-afternoon is it called 'lupper'? (Contributed by Funny Mail)
    18. Is there any food that you CAN'T fry? (Contributed by Rachel S.)
    19. In a jar of crunchy peanut butter, why are all the nuts at the top? (Contributed by Jim Carlson)
    20. If the saying 'Age is nothing but a number' is true, then why can't you eat ten year-old sauerkraut? (Contributed by Jonathan)
    21. Why is it that when you eat too much for lunch, you feel drowsy all afternoon, but when you eat a big meal in the evening, you stay awake all night? (Contributed by Etienne LeClerc)
    22. Did you ever wonder if the average terrorist eats a healthy breakfast? (Contributed by HaLife.com)
    23. What was on the menu at 'The Last Supper'? (Contributed by ImmSpec)
    24. Why on a can of powder baby formula, does it say 'Add water before feeding'? Did someone actually try to feed an infant powder through a bottle? (Contributed by K. Thompson)
    25. Why can't you buy cashew nuts in the shell? (Contributed by MailBits.com)
    26. Isn't a soft taco just a burrito that never got folded? (Contributed by The Duke of Endor)
    27. If food is supposed to give us energy, then why are we so tired after eating a large meal? (Contributed by Valerie)
    28. What exactly is the time limit on 'fresh'? (Contributed by James Walden)
    29. Why is it that the food that you decide to cook a little bit longer because it is NOT quite done, is always BURNED when you check it 10 seconds later? (Contributed by Valerie)
    30. Have you ever thought that your garbage disposal probably eats better than 30% of the people on this world? (Contributed by Robert Orben)
    31. Why does an 'All-American Meal' include French Fries? (Contributed by PK)
    32. When you save leftovers, is it necessary to bless them again? (Contributed by Todd Thomas)
    33. What did things taste like before people knew what chicken tasted like? (Contributed by Marie McMullen)
    34. Why don't most Americans know what a crumpet is? (Contributed by Janis G.)
    35. If we cooked ourselves, what would we taste like? (Contributed by Janis G.)
    36. Why do they call it an enchilada when its really ench a little bit? (Contributed by Chris Lee)
    37. Are there any other kinds of nog besides egg? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    38. If you heat leftover chili, is it still chili? Or is it hottie? (Contributed by Vze)
    39. Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? (Contributed by Hubert)
    40. Ever wonder who taught Eve how to cook? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    41. Do you think Adam said 'Think it needs more salt' at his first meal? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    42. Did the cave men exchange recipies? You know, like taking a woolly mammoth and marinading it in the sauce for about 2 weeks before you BBQ it? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    43. Have you ever wondered why babies spend so much time sucking their thumbs? But then again, have you ever tasted baby food lately? (Contributed by Robert)
    44. How come some people go into the garden and shriek 'EWWWWWW snails…kill them', then go to the restaurant and pay $25.00 a plate for them fried in garlic butter? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    45. Aren't the four major food groups: drive-in, take-out, drive-through, and delivery? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    46. Is it still called breakfast if you haven't gone to sleep? (Contributed by Mark Whiteside)
    47. If there was a crumb on the table and you cut it in half, would you have two crumbs or two halves of a crumb? (Contributed by C.T.)
    48. Why do honey jars always dribble and leave a sticky ring on the pantry shelf no matter how carefully you spoon out the contents and wipe the rim afterwards? (Contributed by Sally Johnston, The Edmonton Sun)
    49. Why does our Balsamic vinegar bottle spew all over the refrigerator even with the lid screwed carefully closed? How can it do that, when cooling off is supposed to make things shrink, not expand? (Contributed by Evaonne Hendricks)
    50. Who was the first person to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? And was it really that good that he had to tell people? And was it even, in fact such an amazing sandwich that those people had to tell people and so on so that now we ALL know about the peanut butter and jelly sandwich? (Contributed by Jay Lessard, Killeen TX)
    51. What is the difference between sweet potatoes and yams? (Contributed by Everyday Mysteries)
    52. What on Earth is REAL mayonnaise? Is there a FAKE mayonnaise? (Contributed by Vy)
    53. How come peanut butter always gets top billing over jelly? (Contributed by Jason)
    54. Where is the bubble in bubble gum? (Contributed by Zell Faze)
    55. How come grapes are so expensive yet raisins are so cheap? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    56. Does wild rice have to be hunted? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    57. Since we can’t decide whether a tomato is a fruit or veggie, what does that make ketchup? (Contributed by Mike & Andrea)
    58. Considering that warm air rises, if a man builds up gas and the ambient temperature is less than his body temperature, does he weigh less than when he does not have gas? And if he ate a pound of beans, would he weigh more or less? Going further, if one ate enough gaseous food, would they ultimately float off into space? (Contributed by Rebecca)
    59. How come when you open a can of mixed nuts, the Brazil nuts are always at the top? (Contributed by Danielle)
    60. If you use Miracle Whip on Wonder Bread, do you have to use Heavenly Ham? (Contributed by Hal E.)
    61. Why do we always seem to eat crunchy food in a room full of silent people? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    62. If you are what you eat, shouldn’t you stay away from the nuts? (Contributed by Twit)
    63. Does peanut butter really have butter in it? (Contributed by AK)
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