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[SFW] What unasked question do you want to answer?

Asked by ETpro (34543points) November 8th, 2013

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ucme's avatar

Q: Who killed Bambi?
A: Probably Dick Cheney, although to be fair, he was probably aiming for pheasant.

KNOWITALL's avatar

How many jellies have ever been to jail?
I haven’t, but I would like a tour some day.

antimatter's avatar

Why do we use fluther?
A: To share ideas
Why do we need to share ideas

cookieman's avatar

Where are my matching socks?

talljasperman's avatar

Q How can I find a girlfriend like the one BFF that got away?

Blondesjon's avatar

I can’t give you the question, but I can give you the answer.


ETpro's avatar

@ucme A: If it was Cheney he had to be aiming at something else. It’s not that he wouldn’t do it. It’s just that he’s not a good enough shot to have killed Bambi on purpose.


@antimatter I assume the answer is the same for all of us. “Because my ideas are so important.” :-)

@cookieman Abducted by aliens, or course. I though everybody knew that.

@talljasperman If I had the answer to that one, I’d already have her to myself, my friend. :-)

@Blondesjon Too easy. Candy is the answer to ALL QUESTIONS.

ucme's avatar

@ETpro Hence the pheasant comment.

ETpro's avatar

@ucme Sorry. I thought that even without saying, it would be obvious that comment is what I was playing off of.

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