Questions I Asked My Grade School Teachers That Made Them Regret Telling The Class “There Are No Stupid Questions”

How much skim milk do you have to add to half and half to make it a quarter and a quarter?

How many liters are in a kilogram?

Is there such a thing as a cake chart?

How do you pronounce a semicolon?

Which of the four food groups is Jell-O in?

Did the first person to say “originality is overrated” recognize the irony?

How much does the Tooth Fairy give for dentures?

Will a trip to Helsinki finish your vacation?

How do I get my grandfather to give my nose back?

Isn’t AC/DC’s music always current?

If there’s just one is it THE moeba?

Why does the sign on the restroom door say “Teachers’ Lounge”?

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  1. Grace

    Very thought provoking….yah google….I am sure someone else has wondered and maybe answered all your questions….lol

    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      I feel really bad for teachers now because they have to compete with Google. Or maybe they’re glad they have Google so they don’t have to teach as much. Seriously now that I think about it some of the best teachers I had would admit they didn’t know things and would tell us to get the encyclopedia when they couldn’t answer a question. Now they can just say “Google it.”

  2. Ann Koplow

    How many comments do I have to leave to adequately express my appreciation for your originality, Chris? Ok, go!

    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      I was so torn between the OK Go videos–I love Rube Goldberg machines–but the important thing is every one of your comments is a true original.

  3. floweringink

    This is hysterical, Christopher!

    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Thank you so much! That means a lot coming from you since you know some funny people.


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