Hernando Connects “Deep Thoughts” Friday:

 

  • Is the S or C silent in scent?

 

  • If you get out of the shower clean, how does your towel get dirty?

 

  • Do you think sand is called sand because it’s between the sea and land?

 

  • What does water taste like?

 

  • If you drop soap on the floor, is the floor clean or the soap dirty?

 

  • How come our noses run and our feet smell?

 

  • Are you telling the truth if you lie in bed?

 

  • Why is it called a building, if it’s already built?

 

  • Who closes the bus door after the driver gets off?

 

  • If a bunch of cats jump on each other, is it still called a dog pile?
Friday
  • Who knew what time it was when the first clock was made?

 

  • How did they know in what order the alphabet was supposed to be in.

 

  • Why is it when things get wet they get darker, even though water is clear?

 

  • If a fork were made of gold, would it still be considered silverware?

 

  • Why isn’t chocolate considered a vegetable, if chocolate comes from cocoa beans, and all beans are a vegetable.

 

  • If something “goes without saying”, why do people still say it?

 

  • Why do we say “a pair of pants” when there is only one article of clothing involved?

 

  • If the product says “do not use if the seal is broken”, how are you supposed to open it and use it?

 

  • If 4 out of 5 people suffer from diarrhea, does that mean the fifth one enjoys it?

 

  • If the #2 pencil is the most popular, why is it still #2?
Happy Friday dog

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"Deep Thoughts", by Hernando Connects
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"Deep Thoughts" by Hernando Connects, brings you fun and quirky sayings from around the internet every Friday! Inspired by the skits from SNL called "Deep Thoughts" by Jack Handy, these sayings are from far and wide to make you laugh and think! Have a great Friday read!
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