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Saturday, 3 February 2018

Points to Ponder

and I'll tell you right off the get-go I stole this from a site called, are you ready, Points to Ponder.

1.  How come you press harder on the remote when you know the battery is dead?

2.  Why are they called apartments when they are all stuck together?

3.  Why does sour cream have an expiry date?

4.  If the universe is everything there is and scientists tell us it is expanding....what is it expanding into?

5.  Why do we wash towels?  Aren't we clean when we use them?

6.  and my personal favourite......Do married people live longer than single people or does it just feel that way?

There are lots more ponderable points on that site...go have a look.

14 comments:

  1. When the battery is low I swear the remote works when I press harder. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

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    1. The hubs seems to think if you keep whacking the remote in the palm of your hand it will rejuvenate the battery. He says it works.

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    2. LOL! My husband does the same thing, Delores!

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  2. I just wonder where the universe is oozing out to.

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  3. Yes, what is on the other side of the universe? What is on the other side of that?

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    1. If we're not careful it will crack the sides of the test tube and spill us all over some laboratory in another dimension.

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  4. Why do we press harder on the remote when the battery is dead? The same reason we press harder on the mouse when the computer is slow getting to wherever we want to go! Been there, done that, not so critical of husband anymore :D

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  5. Points to pawnder, indeed! Like why do folks in North America using public toilets call it a "bathroom" when there's no bath there?

    Pawsitive wishes,

    Penny πŸΆπŸ˜€

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  6. #3 sour cream continues to sour until it becomes inedible.
    #5 yes, but the act of drying yourself transfers skin cells and hair.

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  7. Why do we drive faster to reach a fuel station when the fuel levels are getting low? Why do we knit faster when we've almost finished the ball of wool?

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  8. The question about the universe expanding is definitely one that I have pondered my entire life.

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