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Category: Household

Topic: Kitchen

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    1. How come we don't have microwave freezers? Then we could freeze a completely thawed-out chicked in 3-5 minutes couldn't we? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    2. Why do they call it a microwave if it's so big? (Contributed by Warren Robicheaux)
    3. Why is it that inevitably the bowl you need will be dirty? (Contributed by Don F.)
    4. What do people in China call their good plates? (Contributed by Don F.)
    5. Why do we call plastic and styrofoam cups glasses? (Contributed by Don F.)
    6. Why do they call it canning if they put it in jars? (Contributed by Don F.)
    7. Why do people constantly return to the refrigerator with the hopes that something new to eat will have materialized? (Contributed by Don F.)
    8. Why is the bowl you need always the one at the back of the cupboard? (Contributed by Don F.)
    9. If you placed a refrigerator in a climatically sealed room and left it running with the door open would the room get hotter or colder? (Contributed by Don F.)
    10. Why is it that whenever you go to put dirty dishes in the dishwasher the dishwasher is always full? (Contributed by Pat F.)
    11. How come you always end up with a bunch of Tupperware bowls in your closets but no lids to cover them with? Where do those things go? (Contributed by Dolores Fortino)
    12. Which came first the can or the can opener? (Contributed by Eldridge Scales)
    13. Why is it always the non-chipped dish that breaks? (Contributed by Pope)
    14. Why does a knife that is too dull to cut anything else always cut your finger? (Contributed by Neil Enns)
    15. If people are not confused when they find a single carrot in a drawer labeled "vegetables" why do they write dumb things like "file(s)" or "child(ren)"? (Contributed by Doug Parr)
    16. Why do we sometimes say 'the kettle is boiling'? Isn't it just the water that is boiling? (Contributed by John C.)
    17. Why is only one side of aluminum foil shiny? (Contributed by Don F.)
    18. How do we know if the refrigerator light really does go out when we close the door? (Contributed by J.J.)
    19. Ever wonder how many people still call their refridgerator an ice box? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    20. Why do we call it a 'sink' when it doesn't sink? (Contributed by Juneisy)
    21. Why does the dishwasher have to be closed and running for you to see the last dish in the kitchen? (Contributed by Dawn K.)
    22. How come when someone makes a meal they never seem to like it? (Contributed by Michael Trunko)
    23. Sure there are things in the sky that we can't identify but that doesn't mean they're space aliens though does it? After all aren't there things in your refridgerator that you can't identify? Would this mean they're space alien leftovers? (Contributed by Penn Jillette)
    24. Why is it that refrigerated items that you use daily always gravitate toward the back of the refrigerator? (Contributed by LynnLynn)
    25. Why is it called 'rubbermaid' if it isn't made by rubber? (Contributed by Eggyoke)
    26. How come if you leave a plate of food on the counter it will get cold but if you leave a glass of pop on the same counter it will get warm? (Contributed by Funny Mail)
    27. How come there's no light that goes on in the freezer? (Contributed by C.J. Stroh)
    28. Why is it that we can put a man on the moon, but we still can't put metal in the microwave? (Contributed by Hemant Sawant)
    29. Why is it that when you heat something up in the microwave, the carousel always stops with the item in the back of the oven? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    30. If it's true that a watched pot never boils, wouldn't it also be true that a micro never waves? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    31. Why does the microwave have so many different settings, but 'High' is the only one ever used? (Contributed by Dean J.)
    32. How come leftovers always expand to fill all available containers plus one? (Contributed by dcoble)
    33. What will happen if you refrigerate BEFORE opening? (Contributed by Jeff Gordon)
    34. How can you refrigerate something if you haven't frigerated it to start with? (Contributed by Monroe T.)
    35. Wouldn't the best way to keep a kitchen clean be to eat out? (Contributed by Gary)
    36. Why do people with teenagers think they need a self-cleaning refrigerator? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    37. What do you do if you can't stand the heat and you're not in the kitchen? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    38. Why is some china called 'bone' china? (Contributed by Floyd Maxwell)
    39. If a teaspoon is meant to stir tea, is a tablespoon meant to stir tables? (Contributed by Ed O'Neil)
    40. Why do we call good dishes 'china'? (Contributed by Bill Graham)
    41. How come 'too many cooks spoil the broth', but when Mom wants you to help with the cooking, it's 'the more the merrier'? (Contributed by W.M.)
    42. Why do you have to wash the dishes before you put them in the dishwasher? (Contributed by K-dub)
    43. If God had a fridge, would your picture be on it? (Contributed by Don)
    44. Why do people constantly return to the refrigerator with hopes that something new to eat will have materialized? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    45. Why do some people read recipes the same way they read science fiction? They get to the end and think, "Well, that's not going to happen". (Contributed by W.J.)
    46. Why do we spend a full three minutes rearranging the dishwasher to squeeze in one more coffee cup, instead of just taking 10 seconds to wash the stupid cup? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    47. After all this time, how come we have nothing to add to the spoon, knife, and fork? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    48. Why is it "refrigerator" without a 'd', but "fridge" with a 'd'? (Contributed by Nelson)
    49. If you set to work with a knife that will cut through anything and Tupperware thatís guaranteed not to break, what happens? (Contributed by John)
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