Rhetorical Questions

Rhetorical questions are persuasive questions that are posed for effect, and do not require a formal reply, but in this category, they are answered anyway. Aren't you glad you asked?

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Who is the most craziest man alive?

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Remi Galliard. Don't believe me? Type his name on youtube, and prepare to be amazed...and amused. Chuck Norris :) Robin Williams
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What jobs can women not do by law?

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In the United States employers cannot discriminate against an applicant based on gender, but women need to be qualified and able to do what the job requires.
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Do bees have knees?

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Bees have jointed legs, and they have femurs and tibias, but no patellas (knee caps) so can't really be said to have knees.
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B b4 h?

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b for bros!!!! the statment is something like "bros b4 hoes" doug wants me to go b's up lol/.... he thinks someone is a hoe...
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Can you cut the mustard to clear the custard?

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Well... If u want to know if I can cut the mustard to clear the custard, I have no clue. But the actual action itself is farting to clear you anus from semen. Gross but true. <edit> Sorry, I'm afraid that answer does not cut the mustard.
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What are examples of rhetorical strategies?

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Some examples are: Would you like to be treated this badly? or How would you feel if you lost someone you loved. These questions son't need an answer.
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What color are the Smurfs?

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Smurfs are short, blue creatures. Most Smurfs are blue, with white hats. Papa smurf I believe has a red hat & beard, while Brainy smurf wears glasses. Smufette (the only girl) had Blonde hair. (: Blue. White hat and white pants/dress. Although, Papa Smurf has red hat and pants and also has a white beard. Grampa Smurf has yellow clothes, a very long white beard and a walking stick. Some of the newer Smurfs' have special clothes that embolize there interests. Vanity has normal clothes except for a flower in his hair and a hand mirror. blue blue blue green
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Do ghosts like pink?

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yes they do, they are always spotted in areas, around the color pink. Depends on if it's a girl ghost or a boy ghost! Some do and some don't. Ghosts are people too! Don't try to group them into one stereotype.
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Is it possible to trip UP the stairs?

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this will be on failblog by sundown. Unfortunately, yes. I speak from experience. Definitely possible. Sometimes people trip on the next step, it happens. I should know.
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How do you arm pit fart?

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Stick your hand under your armpit and close your arm. The web-like connection between the thumb and index finger should be firmly placed under the arm in a way where air will struggle to pass. Think of it as if you are tryin to grab your armpit but your hand can't reach over your shoudler. In a swift movement, close your arm. If its not working, reposition your hand accordingly.
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What happens when an irresistable force meets an immovable object?

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This is an exercise in logic. If an unstoppable force exists, then an immovable object cannot exist, because it would be able to be moved by the unstoppable force, and vice versa. Sideways Logic The unstoppable force does not "stop", the immovable object does not move : the unstoppable force ricochets off the immovable object!
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Why is it called a building if it's already built?

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Lighter side: Further back in history, what we now call "buildings" were indeed called "builts". Builders were satisfied with this title and thought it only made sense until they realized it was causing too much confusion amongst civilians. For example, when people called their parents about their trips to New York, the puzzlement was endless. "Hey, mom. It's me. I can't believe I'm actually glancing at the Empire State Built." "The Empire State Built what?" "The Empire State Built..." "Built what? Built house? Built bridge?" "No, the Built!" "Built what!?" After dealing with years of families breaking up because of simple misunderstandings, the term for "builts" was finally officially changed to "buildings" instead. As it turned out, the word buildings left people less inclined to asking about the buildings themselves since they thought by it not yet being finished and still in the "building" process, whoever they asked might not have a clue to what was being built.
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How long does it take to get a cup of coffee in this place?

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Are you in an internet cafe? Try smiling at the staff. They will always serve the nice people more quickly. Are you at home? Get off your bum and make the coffee yourself!
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What does intrepedation mean?

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Intrepidation means: fearlessness and fortitude. ______________________________________ Yes...but it also means buying a used Chrysler
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What are your favorite things?

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Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes, snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes, brown paper packages tied up in strings, these are a few of my favorite things... Your favorite things you will find Deep inside your heart Cheese I have many favorites. These include cheese, chocolate, french fries, Harry Potter, and Twilight. (Question... Twilight the owl or twilight the time?) Well, my fav musical is the 'mother' of the first answer: "The Sound of Music", though I also liked Carousel and Oklahoma. My family is my "fav thing". Grappleball, Rebound Handball (wall downball), tennis and Australian football are my favorite sports. Playing outside and playing with my family God is my favorite person Fluffy white kittens and Crisp apple strudels. Doorbells and Sleigh bells and Schnitzel with noodles. Wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings, these are a few of my favorite things... Oh, and Silver white winters that melt into spring. Life. I love music (which includes playing and listening) , all animals, my family, and nighttime (I love the silence). I like bunny rabbits and pancakes mmm pancakes... (I am drooling while saying pancakes) 'Gypsy and the Cat' are my Favorite group playing my very favorite music The Funk, fire jugglers, hula hoopers, festivals, dance parties, James Brown, glow sticks, getting greasy, the funk, bluegrass, musicians, sisters, brothers, Kerouac, crunkin big beats with an eletrilizing after taste sprinkled with funky jazz hip/hop extraordinaire, mt. dew, skittles, love, did i mention the funk? these are a few of my favorite things. m&ms, hip-hop, music, games, life, girls, sunsets, big trees, shade, books, life, life, and.... life. Naol Saba Dreams that come true, and even some that never will. Twinings Gunpowder Green Tea (loose leaf) Algebra My fellow atheists Unfortunately, far too often our absolute favorite things are the very things we are least likely to obtain.
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If the sky is the limit why do you reach for the stars?

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So you know that you are still within your limits.