Thursday, October 9, 2008
A Q & A with the Cheeseboy. (Some have A's, some do not.)
QUESTIONS I HAVE HAD RECENTLY WITHOUT ANSWERS.
1. Where is that putrid smell coming from? Somewhere within the friendly confines of the Cheeseboy household there is a wee bit of something sour that is polluting the air. We have searched and searched to no avail. The odor hovers over our front room and leisurely snickers at us, making a mockery of our muzzle. Stupid muzzle mocker, mocking our muzzle to no end!
2. Why was it that on the Ghostbusters movie Slimer was an enemy, but on the cartoon, “Slimer and the Real Ghostbusters”, Slimer was a member of the Ghostbusting team?
3. Where have all the cowboys gone?
4. Why is it that in every movie that there is an angry mob, they are always carrying torches? Even in modern movies, in which flashlights have clearly been invented, the mob continues to carry torches. Is it purely because torches allow them to burn things, or is there a deeper seeded reason? And why is it that torches never go out in the movies unless the person holding the torch is about to die?
5. How do they make it rain inside the Tikki Room? One second it’s raining, but you leave and there’s sunshine. It’s insane!
6. How and why did Kim Kardasian become famous?
QUESTIONS I HAVE RECENTLY FOUND ANSWERS TO.
1. Q: How do you know which kids are the most naughty in the school within seconds?
A: Visit any assembly and look for the 2-3 kids that are sitting closest to the teachers.
2. Q: Where is the best place to take your child when they are acting up in sacrament meeting?
A: The ward kitchen.
3. Q: On average, how many men leave right after President Monson’s talk instead of waiting through the closing hymn and prayer at Priesthood meeting?
4. Q: How often should you lubricate chafed thighs?
A: Every single time they get chafed. No exceptions.
5. Q: What should be the very first step of mowing your lawn?
A: Removing plastic toy guns that might be hiding in the grass.
6. Q: What is the most controversial topic I have ever blogged about?
A: A recent episode of Yo Gabba Gabba.
Now, if I ever blog about the Yo Gabba Gabba crew going on a Mormon youth trek, the Blog O’ Cheese just might explode in bits of controversial sausages. Do they even make bonnets big enough to fit those furry Gabba characters? It’s also a good thing that the gang recently learned how to play the marching game.