Children have a knack of bamboozling adults with their array of silly and funny questions. For a change, we can indulge in some of our very own funny questions and bring a smile to someone’s face.
Laughter is the best medicine and it is no wonder that making someone smile/laugh unknowingly is considered to be a good deed. It’s funny how silly questions brighten up the mood, if not the entire day. They can be used deliberately to garner attention or as a tool to start conversations smoothly. Not to forget, they can be used just to avoid sounding way too serious. There’s absolutely no harm in letting go every once in a while and if they help in lightening up the mood, then they are well worth it.
Funny Questions You Can Ask
Is it true that vampires don’t like clowns because their blood tastes funny?
If you’re in hell and get mad at someone, where do you tell them to go?
If electricity comes from electrons, does morality come from morons?
What’s the opposite of opposite?
Why do feet smell and noses run? Wasn’t it supposed to be the other way round?
Do people staying at the poles see the world upside down?
Whose cruel idea was it for the word ‘LISP’ to have a ‘S’ in it?
Why is a chili called ‘chili’ when it’s really hot?
If a bus stops at a bus station, does your work stop at your workstation?
What’s so funny with the funny bone anyway?
Does one of your socks have a hole in it? No! Then how do you put your foot in it?
Why do we call them restrooms when no one goes there to rest?
If nobody buys a movie ticket, do they still show the movie?
Does the sun wear sunglasses to look cool?
Why is it said that an alarm is going off when it’s actually coming on?
If we happen to be born again, will we have two belly buttons?
Why does a round pizza come in a square box?
Why do we say bye-bye, but not hi-hi?
Why are they called stairs inside but steps outside?
Fill in the blanks with ‘Yes’ or ‘No’: ___ I have no brains
Why should we say “after dark” when it is really after light?
If quizzes are quizzical, what are tests?
Why is it a “toothbrush” when we actually use it to brush our teeth?
Why should I be working like a dog when dogs just sit lazing around all day?
Why is it that when we plug our nose after humming, our humming stops?
Why doesn’t a woodpecker get a headache from banging its head into a tree all day?
If Luke took a bath with cold water, would the water turn lukewarm?
When day breaks, who fixes it?
When you tell someone that the sky is the limit, what is space? Over the limit?
Why do people make loud SSSHHH noises when they want it to be quiet?
How is it possible for a zombie to walk? Isn’t it supposedly a dead body?
Why do people push the buttons of a remote harder when they know the batteries are flat?
Why do people say ‘PIN number’ when that truly means ‘Personal Identification Number’ number?
How is it vaguely possible for a skeleton to dance without muscles?
Do you think I’m going bananas? You should be a monkey to visualize that.
Why do we scrub down and wash up?
Do people hum through their nose or their mouth?
If a person dies and then springs back to life, do they get their money back for the coffin?
If you try to fail and end up succeeding, which have you done?
On a serious note, why does bubble gum stick to the face but not inside the mouth?
Why does the refrigerator light come on when the door is opened?
Do toys come to life after we have gone to sleep?
Why are you IN a movie, but you’re ON TV?
How can one sleep like a baby when babies wake up every two hours?
Ever wondered what a piece of cheese will say when having its picture clicked?
I bet you couldn’t keep a straight face while reading these absurdly funny questions. I, for one, couldn’t stop giggling while composing this list.