Things That Make You Go "Hmmmmm"
Why do they have those dual side-by-side bathtubs in those erectile dysfunction commercials?
Why do they still refer to a CD as an album?
Why do they say "this will make history" when everything ends up being history?
Why is it that it's always "4 out of 5" or "9 out of 10 doctors agreeing"? Once in a while, you'd figure, by odds alone, that it would be "6 out of 10" or "2 out of 5"...right?
Why does someone pull something out of the refrigerator and say "I think this has gone bad...smell it".
Why do they call the foamy stuff on a beer the "head" - yet it has a "full-bodied" taste?
Why is it "loads of fun" - loads of what?
Why do you paint the town red...why not blue or purple?
How can things can be both "easy as pie" and "a piece of cake"?
How does a thermos know to keep hot things hot and cold things cold?
Why is someone always a "tortured" genius?
If there is a "two second rule" in following the car in front of you and a "five second rule" for picking up food that fell on the floor - what do the other seconds rule over?
Why isn't a pizza cutter serrated but yet a bread knife is?
Why do they still sell ascots when you've never seen anyone wear one?
What was the "best thing" before sliced bread was invented?
How can something be "new" and "improved" at the same time?
Why do women's and men's coats/shirts button on the opposite sides?
Why is pig meat called "pork", cow meat called "beef", but chicken and lamb are still only "chicken" and "lamb"?
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away - what do some of the other fruits/vegetables keep away?
Why do you make a wish upon a shooting star, blowing out birthday candles, or tossing coins into a fountain/well?
What exactly is under that new leaf they keep telling you that you have to turn over?
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