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Impossible Questions

Super Catanian

Well-Known Member
A. Of course there’s gravity in space. It’s what keeps the moon orbiting the earth, the earth orbiting the sun, all the other planets orbiting the sun, etc.

Q. Why is abbreviated such a long word?
Because of the first rule of English: Their our know rules. ;)

Since they need to be charged with a wire/cable, only the owner can open it, and they possess a mini-computer allowing the user to make calls and send texts, does that make electric cars "mobile" phones, literally?
 

Dr. Smite

Active Member
Since they need to be charged with a wire/cable, only the owner can open it, and they possess a mini-computer allowing the user to make calls and send texts, does that make electric cars "mobile" phones, literally?
But can you drive a phone? Can you put a car in your pocket?

What word rhymes with "orange"?
Blorenge, a mountain in Wales.

Who was the first person to have a name?
 

DeletedUser31793

Only if Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers


Why do women hide behind makeup?
 

Dr. Smite

Active Member
Because the day(time) has passed.

What exactly is a word? Most sources say a unit of language that has a discrete meaning, but that would make prefixes like "anti-" or suffixes like "-ectomy" words and certain prepositions and articles like "the" or "of" not words. Some say a set of letters/sounds between pauses or spaces, but some languages break that rule.
 
A single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, used with others (or sometimes alone) to form a sentence and typically shown with a space on either side when written or printed.

When is it acceptable, if ever, to disobey the law?