Ha!  Zachary was a genius.  And I like stealing games.  Stole his description on this one to...

In this game you will ask a question (be it serious or pointless) and the next person will give a humorous answer, and the one that answered will ask his/her/its own question It can be any type of question, as long as it fits into the Who, What, Why, When, How categories.

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Why can birds fly but pigs can't?

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A guffoM without the cappitol M


Whats your favorite color?

Ha!  I knew you'd say that. 




Will the sky fall?

How did you know I'd say that???

Only if this is Chicken Little


Is a bird in the hand worth 2 in the bush?

Because it's what I was gonna say. 


Only if the bird is the said hand is worth more then the two in the bush.


If one was to throw oneself off a cliff, would one die?



If you fell from the 23d floor, and landed on the roof of a car, would you die?

Not if you had a mattress underneath you.


Do monkeys wear glasses?

Yup, otherwise they wouldn't be able to count how many hands I'm holding up.


Why do we call baby showers a "baby shower"?



....I'm not sure...  It might be because they get showered with gum drops.  Maybe....


Why don't lions talk?

Because if they did they would go on and on about how terrible their life is, and how everything iworks against them...


Why are tigers striped?

Well, they couldn't get zigzags, so they took stripes.  Polka dots was the only other option.


Why do kangaroos jump?

because it's more work than hopping.


why can't River let the Doctor wear either his fez or his cowboy hat?

Because neither match his super cool bow tie.


Is Rory made out of plastic?


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