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    1. I seen a sign that read "Clean Dirt Only". How is that possible? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. If Barbie is so popular why do you have to buy all of her friends? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. On some young children's toys they have warnings that say "Not suitable for children under 3". How are they supposed to read THAT? (Contributed by Don F.)
    4. Does fake fur come from stuffed animal toys? (Contributed by Don F.)
    5. Why do they add "by owner" to For Sale signs? Does anybody really expect to see a sign that reads "For Sale by Thief"? (Contributed by Don F.)
    6. Who puts those "Thin Ice" signs out there? (Contributed by Alistair and Gordon Smith)
    7. How do you believe a sign that reads "Post No Signs"? (Contributed by W.J. Newhart)
    8. If a yo-yo goes down and doesn't come back up is it just called a yo or a round broken thing? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    9. Why is it that an unbreakable toy always seems to be the best thing for breaking all the other toys? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
    10. Why are some warning signs so obvious that only people that can't read would need them? (Contributed by Amireal)
    11. What's with these signs that read 'Empty Bottle Return'? Have they had quite a few people who return full bottles? (Contributed by Don F.)
    12. How will we refer to Beanie Babies once puberty kicks in? (Contributed by mmcguckin)
    13. Why do school patrol people carry a sign that reads 'Stop Children'? Isn't their job to keep them moving? (Contributed by Phil Jones)
    14. Who invented silly putty? (Contributed by Angiree16)
    15. How do we really know that Braille signs actually say what they are supposed to say? (Contributed by Mark Bakke)
    16. The customs area at the International Airport in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada displays a sign announcing 'International and United States arrivals and departures'. Doesn't this imply that they consider the United States a part of Canada? If this is the case then why weren't the rest of us informed about it? (Contributed by Don F.)
    17. When they say 'Self-Storage', do they mean that you're going to store yourself? (Contributed by Anna Umansky)
    18. Ok, we all see those signs in malls saying 'You Are Here', right? How do they know we're there? Are they watching us? Do they move it slightly to the left or the right for each person that looks at the sign? What if there's a crowd of people? How do we know which one the sign is talking about? (Contributed by Ossie Michelin)
    19. How can some Beanie Babies be retired if they're babies? (Contributed by Pk)
    20. Before the Industrial Revolution and the invention of the internal combustion engine, what sounds did little boys make while playing with toys? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    21. If GI Joe is 'The Real American Hero', then why does it say 'Made in China' on his foot? (Contributed by PK)
    22. Isn't it annoying when you're digging through Legos, trying to find a certain piece, and then when you finally find the right one, it keeps turning up everywhere? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    23. Why do adults have such a fascination with talking toys? (Contributed by Melania Lavric)
    24. What's with these 'For Sale By Owner' signs? Isn't everything? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    25. When the sign says 'wet paint', why do we have to touch it to see if it really is? And isn't all fresh paint wet? Why doesn't the sign simply say 'paint'? (Contributed by Janis G.)
    26. Why is it that when parents find their children pulling a roll of toilet paper around the house they get upset, yet they spend tons of money on expensive toys that children are not interested in? (Contributed by Luigi)
    27. If Barbie is so popular, why buy her friends? (Contributed by Edgar)
    28. Are marbles made of marble? If not then why call them that? (Contributed by Little Miss)
    29. Before the Industrial Revolution what kind of toys did children play with? (Contributed by Matt)
    30. How come toy hippos are always blue, or purple, when real hippos are brown? (Contributed by C.Q.)
    31. Why is it that if you place two children in a room full of toys, they will both want to play with the same toy? (Contributed by Steve)
    32. If all the toys from China have lead in them then if you buy a shipment of lead from China, will it have toys in it? (Contributed by Ryoga)
    33. Why do people say “Jigsaw Puzzles” when both words mean the same thing? (Contributed by Urborus)
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