Let's have a random sentence fight!!!
I saw a really funny answer by HOOAH in a question, and it cracked me up really bad!! I'm serious!! It was hilarious...So I responded with something that probably wasn't as funny, but it brought an idea to my mind...A RANDOM SENTENCE FIGHT!!! So post your most random sentences you can think of. It's cool if you answer in Spanish, too, because I'm trying to get more practice anyways. Best answer wins!!! May the best man/woman win!!! (You can kind of tell that I'm random Jeje!!)
How much deeper would the ocean be if sponges didn't live there?
If bread always lands butter side down and a cat always lands on its feet, what would happen if you tied a piece of buttered bread to the back of a cat and dropped it?
If history always repeats itself does that mean that originality is merely undiscovered plagiarism?
Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.
Dang. Maybe I should get an extra profile so I can vote for all my stuff...
Doesn't expecting the unexpected make the unexpected expected?
Regular bees are probably jealous of killer bees because they are so much more tough and mighty. No one messes with killer bees, but regular bees get walked all over.
What about random numbers?
Oh my goodness! This just gave me a flashback from something that happened when I was about nine. I was a fairly studious kid and liked learning, so when the father of my closest friend started talking about a certain scientific discovery, I was all ears.
The next day I couldn't understand why no one believed me when I tried to explain what I had learned. Later that evening, between fits of laughter, he told me that his story ("A new number, called bleen, has been discovered between seven and eight. This is going to revolutionize everything we know about science, mathematics, and will...") was not really true.
Apparently I was not only eager to learn, but gullible too!
I lauged about it too. Later.
Excuse me, but you dropped your pocket.
If Teflon is a non-stick coating how do they get it to stay in the pan?
"Do you walk to work or do you buy your lunch?"
Try asking this question of someone (emphasizing the italicized words) and see how long before they realize that it doesn't make sense.
"¿Caminas al trabajo o compras tu almuerzo?
Trata de hacerle esta pregunta al alguien (con énfasis en las palabras cursivas) y vea cuanto tiempo pasa antes de que la persona se dé cuenta que la pregunta no tiene sentido!
People who work at Price Chopper are scary....sobs silently Those poor, innocent prices :(
¿Por qué dos personas compiten por el presidente de Los Estados Unidos sino cincuenta personas competir por Miss America?
Why do 2 people compete for president of the US but 50 people compete for Miss America?
I am excited I did the sentence almost on my own!!! Had to look up the verb compete and how to conjugate it. Thanks for the fun challenge.
Fried rabbit tracks and boiled post holes. (A good response to " What's for lunch?")
Things are more like they are now than they ever were before.
Las cosas son más como ellos es ahora que ellos fueron antes.