A friend of mine actually came up with this, but it's so 1337 that I can't resist posting it. I probably would have eventually thought of it myself anyway, being so irresistably philosophical and all.
Is the glass half empty of water, or half full of air?
There is an episode in Ally McBeal where Robert Downey sings a Bruce Springsteen song and Kimmy and her mum thinks he is singing about them. Does anyone know what this song is called?
Who names hurricanes and tropical depressions? And how do you get that job?
what's a good mnemonic device for "meter"? as in poetry meters (e.g. iambic)
everyone knows that in a relationship, one person is more dedicated than the other...
which person would you rather be?
I have some 9 year old Almond Oil. I need to use some for my wooden flute (the oil hasn't been opened in years, I just got this flute). Do you think it's still good (ie, unspoiled)?
You know those dirty things that you find/hear in Disney cartoons? Those things that are sneakily added in for the entertainment of the pervert in all of us?
The penis in the "sandcastle" on the cover of the Little Mermaid box
The "Good teenagers take off their clothes." in Aladdin.
I have also heard of, but not witnessed, the word "SEX" in a cloud of dust in The Lion King and Ichabod Crane's ponytail going erect whenever he is around the chick.
Is there any other ones, Disney or no, that you have seen/heard about?
Lately I've been listening to Mozart's Requiem a lot. It's like, my new obsession. So I got to thinking about the weird song in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. You know, the movie. If you don't know the movie, then you'll have no idea what I'm talking about...but if you do, then read on and maybe you can help me...You know that part where the monks are walking around in robes, hitting themselves on the head with 2 by 4s and saying something like "Bee ay essoo domeenay, something something requiem!" over and over? Well what's up with that? What is it?