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by David Borgenicht

eBook The Little Book of Stupid Questions epub
  • ISBN: 1887166505
  • Author: David Borgenicht
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Hysteria (September 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • ePUB size: 1134 kb
  • FB2 size 1817 kb
  • Formats mobi lrf lit azw


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American wit and humor, Questions and answers. New York : Barnes and Noble Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Books for People with Print Disabilities. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

I found this to be a typical book of party questions. Questions like "If you could use a Barbie doll as a voodoo doll, who would you hurt and what would you do to them?"

Apr 08, 2015 Jarrod Scarbrough rated it liked it. Shelves: comedy, read-in-2015. I found this to be a typical book of party questions. Questions like "If you could use a Barbie doll as a voodoo doll, who would you hurt and what would you do to them?" Not horrible, but not outstanding either.

David Borgenicht's book is actually not as stupid as it seems. Sometimes, those "embarrassing, personal and basically pointless questions" can start some seriously entertaining conversations.

This book will help us to start that dialogue. Within it are hundreds of stupid questions, all of them quite worthy of discussion, and all with no right or wrong answers to worry about. That, I leave up to you. Leave the book anywhere you want meaningless thoughts and conversations inspired. The car. The liquor cabinet. He is the co-author of The Worst Case Scenario Handbook. When hes not thinking up stupid questions, hes usually doing something inane anyway.

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Leave the meaningful questions to the philosophers. Real life deals with the little things. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them

Leave the meaningful questions to the philosophers. And yes, well, the stupid things. Get ready to get real. If cats and dogs didn't have fur, would you still pet them?-Do vegetarians eat animal crackers?-Who do you know that is most likely to have been abducted by aliens?And nearly 300 other pointless queries. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Andrzej Schinzel, Selecta (Heritage of European Mathematics). It is a lot of fun to go through. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. I thought this book was very good

David Borgenicht's book is actually not as stupid as it seems. I thought this book was very good. Some of the questions were very funny, but I thought that a few didn't make sense.

Author: Borgenicht, David Publisher: Barnes and Noble Books. Binding: Hardcover Publish date: 2001. The Little Book of Stupid Questions 2001 by Borgenicht David 0760723931. Напишите отзыв первым Об этом товаре.

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Leave the meaningful questions to the philosophers. Real life deals with the little things. The inane things. The petty things. And yes, well, the stupid things. Get ready to get real. And get stupid.--If cats and dogs didn't have fur, would you still pet them?--Do vegetarians eat animal crackers?--Who do you know that is most likely to have been abducted by aliens?And nearly 300 other pointless queries.
Comments: (3)
Hugifyn
Don't remember who once said something like this: "A smart person is not who knows smart answers, but one who knows how to ask smart questions." Asking questions is an art that can ultimately bring prosperity and fun to our lives. This little book ain't stupid to ask normal 'stupid' questions. Instead, it asked some seemly stupid, but thought provocative questions. I enjoy most part of it.
Question such as "If you had a third eye, where would you put it?". This is a question that can trigger an intensive discussions with so many possible answers. This is not only where you want `the eye' to grow out/in on your body, it is also about how you are going to use it. And, this eye is not necessarily part of your body. It can be in Bill Gates' or Michelle Pfeiffer's head. Can the eye be portable or have a wing of its own to be wherever and whenever I want it to be? This one question is a piece of work on its own!
The only reason I gave this book four star instead of five because many questions from the book are not universal. You have to grow up in certain part of the world at certain period to appreciate the questions. For example, a question like "Who is the better boyfriend, Kramer..." You have to see the TV show (I am not going to advertise for it) to know what the author is talking about. These questions are the real `stupid' ones I suppose.
This book has more values than faults. It can make a great gift for friends, family, or yourself. It can be a perfect `kill-time' toy, or a primer for a `Philosophical moment'. Either way, you will be smarter every time you read it. Remember, stupid people don't ask stupid questions. They just give you stupid answers without thinking. Only smart people ask stupid questions, such as "Why apples fell from the tree?" and "Why men have two legs instead of six."
Ttexav
David Borgenicht's book is actually not as stupid as it seems. Sometimes, those "embarrassing, personal and basically pointless questions" can start some seriously entertaining conversations.

For example, one of my favorites is, "Do you think that the first time corn ever popped it scared the hell out of the Indians?"

And then, just think about the following question would tell you about your friends and family. "What would you say as your "last words" if you were about to be executed?"

The Little Book of Stupid Questions is one of the great ones. I read through most of it in a chain bookstore while waiting for hours for my car to be fixed. After reading the whole thing -- I purchased it, anyway! Don't pass it by as a joke book.
Deeroman
The little book of stupid questions - very good, love these kind of books - brilliant time waster and conversation starter!
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