[Gadzillion Banner]
Last Updated on 06-Jan-2016
Category: Household

Topic: Furnishings-Appliances

[Previous Topic] | [Home Page] | [Next Topic]
Keyword Search for
Get a Free Search Engine for Your Web Site

    1. If someone replaced everything in your apartment with an exact replica how would you know? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. What is an "occasional" table the rest of the time? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. Why do the instructions on a 40000 BTU wood stove say "HOT when in operation"? If it were cold it wouldn't be in operation now would it? (Contributed by Don F.)
    4. Why is it that you can't buy a decaffeinated coffee table? (Contributed by Don F.)
    5. Why is it called a "hot" water heater when it heats "cold" water? (Contributed by Don F.)
    6. Why do we call it a popcorn popper? Isn't that like telling people you put toast in a toaster? (Contributed by The Jokester)
    7. Why do couches designed for three people only ever have two cushions? (Contributed by Johaslam)
    8. Is an empty beanbag chair still a chair or just a giant beanbag? (Contributed by oalami)
    9. On electric toasters why do they engrave the message 'one slice'? How many pieces of bread do they think people are really gonna try to stuff in that slot? (Contributed by Michael K.)
    10. Why are air conditioners heavier than water conditioners? (Contributed by Stew)
    11. When you want the air conditioner to cool you more do you turn it up or do you turn it down? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    12. Is the reason why new sofas and chairs are so oversized because it allows fat couch potatoes to seem smaller when they sit in them? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    13. If a bean bag chair loses all its beans is it still a chair or just a really big bag? (Contributed by Charlie Shingler)
    14. Why is it that gas barbeques always seem to run out of gas whenever you have company over? (Contributed by Don F.)
    15. How come when you first pull the drapery cord the drapes always move the wrong way? (Contributed by Don F.)
    16. When does something go from being an 'old piece of junk' to being a 'valuable antique'? (Contributed by Mark Bakke)
    17. If you give someone an air-conditioner as a house warming present, is it still considered a house warming present? (Contributed by Oscar Yuan)
    18. Why does a toaster have 'for single slice' on one side but not the other? Does this mean you can put more than one slice in the other side? (Contributed by Hpbdavis)
    19. Aren't couches the most dense object in the entire universe? What else has more gravitational pull than your favorite couch? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    20. Why do people pay $69.95 for a toaster-oven that automatically burns your frozen waffle? (Contributed by Rodney & Cathy's Joke List)
    21. Why do toasters have settings up to 6 when 2 or 3 burns the food? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    22. Isn't an antique worthless until you sell it? (Contributed by Janis G.)
    23. Who played the sick joke on us by sewing those labels onto our sofa's toss cushions? You know the labels that when you cut them off as close to the stitching as possible, a white strip still remains entwined in the threads. (Contributed by Janis G.)
    24. Why is there a light in the fridge but not in the freezer? (Contributed by Jan)
    25. When we get a drink from the fridge, why do we close the door in between getting the bottle out and putting it back? How much coolness is actually going to be lost in the time it takes us to pour the drink? Isn't it more efficient to leave the door open? (Contributed by Evenstar)
    26. Why is the back of a refrigerator painted black? (Contributed by Hubert)
    27. If a table can be propped up, can it be propped down? (Contributed by Chuck)
    28. Why does the ice maker always dump its load right after you take the bin out of the freezer? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    29. Can you cook and eat the beans from a bean bag chair? (Contributed by Randy)
    30. Why hasn't the microwave freezer been created as yet? (Contributed by Vagendhren Govender (Durban, South Africa))
    31. How come the air conditioning knows to kick on as soon as you step out of the shower? (Contributed by Jim W.)
    32. Why do they put maximum weight labels on chair cushions but not on the chairs that the cushions go on? (Contributed by Don F.)
If you have enjoyed thinking about these questions, please consider making a small donation to this website to help meet the increasing costs involved in maintaining it.
Thank you

[Previous Topic] | [Home Page] | [Next Topic]

Contributions are Welcome
Send to Don Fowler
dcfowler@interbaun.com

Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
Do you have a question that you would like to share? If so, then please submit it below. Thank you.

Contributed By:

Your Question:


[Smile]
Have a Nice Day!