Okay, so I'm taking a little time to update my Blogger profile, and at the end there's a section to fill in: Random Question. And they must be random, because they're the stupidest questions I've heard. It's one thing to ask about random topics, but these make no sense.
"If you never cut your fingernails, how tall would you be?" Um, fingernail length has nothing to do with how tall you are.
"Why do pennies in your mouth remind you of losing a tooth?" That's not really a philosophical "why" question; I'm sure there's a perfectly valid scientific explanation.
"The squish of mud between your toes; how would you live your life as a frog?" I supposed that's a valid random question. It's still stupid, though.
"What reason do you have to believe the earth is flat?" I don't have a reason, it's been proven that the Earth is round. What Dark Ages are these people living in?
"You can punch a hole in an apple using a straw. How do you think that makes your milkshake feel?" what
Okay, one more...I could probably do this all day.
"What spells can you cast with magic markers?"
Another possible valid question, if one were imaginative enough. Although the cynic in me is screaming "Magic markers are for writing!"