Snifty Q10


Snifty Q10

The final question ………….

If you had to ask a really strange question of a stranger, in a strange location which was strange in itself, how strange would your question be?

24th May –  21st June 2018

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  1. Well, when I was quite small, about 4 or 5 years old. I was fascinated by teeth. I had only just learned that some people had false teeth and for some reason the idea really seemed strange to me. I had the unfortunate habit of just speaking what ever was in my head. Although most children of that age tend to do that, I suppose. I don’t remember much about it, but my Mum likes to tell people, when we used to travel into town on the bus I would sit next to people and stare up at them. Then all of a sudden I would ask them, complete strangers, “Are they your own teeth?”. My mum apparently died of embarrassment every time. So THAT is probably the strange question I would ask strangers in strange locations. Strange wasn’t it?

    1. LOL, how long has it been since your Mother disowned you then?

      My Mother disowned me once in a church when l asked the priest there if he could prove that God existed. When he defended everything, l continued with .”No, l mean right now, right here.”

      He once again stood defence and l basically then turned to the congregation and said “Another pretender then!!”

      LOL, l was about 7 then. My Mum said she disowned me ha ha.

  2. Mathematically speaking, strange question x stranger x strange location = strange3 (cubed) or strange to the third power.

  3. And to carry it out further …”which is strange of itself” doesn’t add another power it’s a quantifier of the strange location (which I don’t think adds any mathematical value)

  4. I think with all the strangeness going on, it might all cancel out and end up perfectly normal (whatever THAT means).
    So, my question would be either “Where can I get a cup of coffee?” or “Where is the restroom/potty/loo?”

      1. Do I detect a challenge?? Well… Okie dokie then. You want a strange question, I’ll give you a strange question… “Why is a Raven like a writing desk?”

        1. I see, here we have a riddle by the infamous Charles Dodgson then. The riddle with no fixed answer.

          Let us hope the stranger you ask that of fares well ….

          I am not sure if l will ever nevar answer this riddle, although l fear it has already been answered no? The proof is in the reader alas.


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