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I thought maybe this would be a fun little thread to try out. It’s not meant to be serious or philosophical, just dumb and funny. 

 

 

If poison expires does it get more poisonous or less poisonous? 🤔

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If someone with multiple personalities threatens to kill himself, is it considered a hostage situation? 

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If a man is is talking to himself in the woods....and his wife isn't there to hear...is he still wrong? 

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Awesome guys, this is what I was hoping for! 

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If all the kids in the world went to college, who's gonna clean the fish??

 

 

 

 

Mike

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   If sour cream goes bad, what do you call it?     jj

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Am I responsible for the thought that doesn't occur?

.....like doing the dishes😂

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If a narcotic passes the expiration date, how much bourbon do you need to wash it down with to bring it back to 100%

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Cottage cheese doesn't belong in yoga pants

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This one is a bit more philosophical than funny. I have always been fascinated by space and space travel and the thought of outer space being infinite just boggles my mind. How can something that is physical (as opposed to say, numbers) go on forever and ever.

 

But if space is not infinite, what lies beyond it? For example, a shoe box has finite space, but there is something beyond it. So what would be beyond space? Nothing? But what exactly is nothing? In the world we live in everything is something, not nothing. And if space is constantly expanding, what is it expanding into?

 

And somewhere in this equation of infinite space and nothingness is time. And with time comes general relativity and special relativity.

 

And now I've gone down the rabbit hole...

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22 minutes ago, Koz said:

Nothing? But what exactly is nothing?

That's what I caught today.  Nothing.

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7 hours ago, Koz said:

This one is a bit more philosophical than funny. I have always been fascinated by space and space travel and the thought of outer space being infinite just boggles my mind. How can something that is physical (as opposed to say, numbers) go on forever and ever.

 

But if space is not infinite, what lies beyond it? For example, a shoe box has finite space, but there is something beyond it. So what would be beyond space? Nothing? But what exactly is nothing? In the world we live in everything is something, not nothing. And if space is constantly expanding, what is it expanding into?

 

And somewhere in this equation of infinite space and nothingness is time. And with time comes general relativity and special relativity.

 

And now I've gone down the rabbit hole...

Keep going this way and you will end up in the funny farm.

 

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Is a disagreement between two vegetarians still called a beef? 🤔

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You know what's really odd?

 

Numbers not divisible by two.

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9 hours ago, Koz said:

This one is a bit more philosophical than funny. I have always been fascinated by space and space travel and the thought of outer space being infinite just boggles my mind. How can something that is physical (as opposed to say, numbers) go on forever and ever.

 

But if space is not infinite, what lies beyond it? For example, a shoe box has finite space, but there is something beyond it. So what would be beyond space? Nothing? But what exactly is nothing? In the world we live in everything is something, not nothing. And if space is constantly expanding, what is it expanding into?

 

And somewhere in this equation of infinite space and nothingness is time. And with time comes general relativity and special relativity.

 

And now I've gone down the rabbit hole...

Think bigger...

Perhaps the entire "known universe" is comparable to just a single drop of water in the ocean.

 

funny side to side GIF

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It's not stupid but true...

 

"Sometimes it not what you know, it's who you know"

 

 

 

 

 

Mike

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And who to ask, if you don't know.

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Why do we drive on the Parkway and park on the Driveway?

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11 hours ago, Koz said:

This one is a bit more philosophical than funny. I have always been fascinated by space and space travel and the thought of outer space being infinite just boggles my mind. How can something that is physical (as opposed to say, numbers) go on forever and ever.

 

But if space is not infinite, what lies beyond it? For example, a shoe box has finite space, but there is something beyond it. So what would be beyond space? Nothing? But what exactly is nothing? In the world we live in everything is something, not nothing. And if space is constantly expanding, what is it expanding into?

 

And somewhere in this equation of infinite space and nothingness is time. And with time comes general relativity and special relativity.

 

And now I've gone down the rabbit hole...

I am guessing its been a while since you have gotten on the water.  You might want to try getting your line stretched.

 

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Why was Pavlov's hair so soft and silky?

 

Because he conditioned it.

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My reoccurring dumb thought.  

 

Me to myself after waking up:  I will do _________ and then have coffee.  

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A thermos keeps hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold.

How do it know? 

 

Happy Bear Dancing GIF by TikTok

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If you catch a really big bass, is it a big old good one, or a good old big one?

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7 hours ago, J Francho said:

Why was Pavlov's hair so soft and silky?

 

Because he conditioned it.

   That is HORRIBLE!  🙄🙄🙄      🤣🤣🤣      jj

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Why are there no 'B' batteries ? 

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A-Jay

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