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46 rare questions that you will not be able to answer

46 rare questions that you will not be able to answer

June 30, 2024

People have the ability to reflect and we are curious, so we are often questioning things about our environment or our person.

Even though there are many questions that make sense, there are also the strange, curious or absurd questions difficult to answer .

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Strange unanswered questions

Below you can find a list of rare questions that will cost you to answer.

1. Why did all the Kamikaze pilots wear protective helmets, if they knew they were going on a suicide mission?

A curious question. But it does not make much sense for a driver to put a helmet on when his goal is to blow himself up.

2. How far do people who do not have hair wash their faces?

It is difficult to know where the limit between the face and the scalp is when there is no hair to differentiate it.

3. Why is 'separate' written all together and 'all together' written separately?

The language, at times, has this type of curiosities to which there is no need to find an explanation.

4. Why is it impossible to sneeze with your eyes open?

A curiosity that surely has its answer in that when exerting pressure through the nose, the eyes close as a consequence of making strength.

5. Why is there no cat food with a mouse flavor?

Few will have asked this question. But, what does the time taste?

6. Why when we look for a place to park we lower the volume of the radio? Are we going to find it better?

In fact, it favors concentration and, therefore, we can park better, without distractions.

7. Why in the horror movies there is always a door from which light comes out? What do the spirits do there? Will they be making photocopies?

Surely, because the afterlife is illuminated.

8. Why does not anyone want to pay for the duck?

An expression that is not known for sure its origin. However, it could come from the relationship between the Jewish and Christian people of the 16th and 17th centuries. For the first claimed to have a covenant with God, and the second claimed that one day "pay the covenant."

9. Why is the dresser named so, if the bed is much more comfortable?

Another of those curiosities of language, like many others.

10. Why are bagel packs of six units and sausage packs of five?

Curious. But it would be ideal that the packages coicidiesen, because it would be better for lovers of hot dogs.

11. Why, when you buy an apartment, do not you get the marble that the other neighbors have and that they start shooting at night?

12. Why is our planet called Earth if there is a quantity of water?

Apparently, it is called land by the ground on which we walk.

13. Do infants of childhood enjoy as much as adults of adultery?

A word game that does not make much sense.

14. Why the incredible Hulk is broken all the clothes except pants?

Why he is a science fiction character, not real.

15. Why do we tighten the buttons on the remote when there are no batteries?

Surely, it is an instinctive act of frustration at not being able to change channels.

16. Why do we open our mouth every time we look at the ceiling?

The reason may be that the neck muscles become tense.

17. Why when it rains we lift our shoulders? Do we get wet less?

It is a reflex to the sensation of being wet.

18. Why "abbreviation" is such a long word?

Because the language has these curiosities. There is no explanation for it.

19. Why is it so luxurious to have breakfast in bed, how uncomfortable it is?

For the fact that they bring us breakfast and we do not have to move from the bed to do it.

20. Why do we eat "the pot" and not what is inside?

It is an expression that refers to that we think in excess.

21. If money is the cause of all evils, why do we have to work?

An interesting reflection. But we work to survive in this society in which money rules.

22. Why, after unleashing a storm, is the rope never found?

Another classic expression, which does not refer to the literal sense. There are no ropes that hold the storm.

23. If jail and prison are synonymous, why are not jailer and prisoner?

There is no reason why they should be synonyms. Both roles have their origin in a prison.

24. An average Spaniard loses about three socks per year.If we multiply them by the whole Spanish population, that means a total of about 120 million lost socks. Where are those 120 million socks?

Something that invites the reader to reflect. Also, do they contaminate these socks?

25. Why can you find anything but gloves in the glove compartment of the car?

Because, when the first cars were built, the boiler was located in that area. So you had to touch that area with gloves.

26. Why do most of us look at the handkerchief after blowing our noses?

It's curious. To many it seems disgusting and even so they watch.

27. If you are always outdoors, why is the deck of the ships called the deck?

Maybe because it covers the inside of the boat.

28. What color will a chameleon look in the mirror?

It will continue having the same color. A strange but curious question.

29. Why are the needles sterilized for lethal injections?

For reasons of protocol. Obviously, it makes little sense given that the goal is to end the life of the person.

30. The world is round and they call it planet. If it were flat, would we call it round?

Well, it is not possible to answer this question, because the world is not flat.

31. Why do we call the drink 'drink', even before drinking it?

Because they do not have to do with the temporary moment.

32. If it turns out that a lawyer goes crazy, do you lose the trial?

A strange question and, in addition, quite absurd. It is clear that no.

33. Why do muffins get hard and soft cookies?

Because nature has these things.

34. Why is the square bread square, if the choped, the salami, the mortadella and the chorizo ​​are round? Is it the fault of the tranchetes?

If we want to make sandwiches with the sausage, it would be ideal to have the same shape.

35. Why are mobile phones and laptops?

Both devices are mobile and portable.

36. Why are not airplanes made of the same material as the black box?

Because they would weigh too much to keep the flight.

37. What should be done if one sees an animal in danger of extinction eating a plant in danger of extinction?

A rare question that can lead some people to doubt.

38. Why is Goofy able to walk on his two feet and Pluto goes on all fours? Are not they both dogs?

It's funny, but that's the way cartoons are.

39. How can I know how many lives my cat has left?

Cats only have one life, so the question is absurd.

40. Why do you usually close toilets at service stations? Are you afraid of someone coming in to clean them?

The reason is for only the customers of the service station to use it.

41. Can God create a rock that he himself is incapable of raising?

A question with an intriguing philosophical content about the hypothetical omnipotence of God.

42. Where is the mind located?

The mind is a very important concept to which we resort many times, but it is paradoxical that we are not even able to attribute a space to it. The trick is, according to several philosophers, that the mind is not something material with concrete limits, but a process.

43. Are reptilian birds?

On the one hand, we know that reptiles have scales, and on the other, we know that birds have emerged from the evolutionary branch of dinosaurs. Therefore, most biologists do not consider the category of reptiles as one that is valid when talking about the taxonomy of species, that is, the way in which they can be classified scientifically.

44. Why do we sometimes feel observed?

Sometimes, we notice that someone looks at us, even without seeing that person. Why does this happen?

45. How do dolphins think?

We know that they are very intelligent animals, but at the same time they lead lives very different from ours.

46. ​​Is reality a simulation?

Technically, we can not know if what surrounds us is real or not, given that a perfect simulation would be able to recreate all kinds of situations making them credible.


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