Saturday’s Philosophical Humor

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Normally, we deal with the tough questions. Today, in the spirit of good humor, we deal with unanswerable philosophies and impossible questions.


How does a dragon blow out the candles on a birthday cake?


If you fail your ethics exam because you resist the urge to cheat, are you entitled to an “A?”


If an atheist buys insurance, it is hypocritical to accept coverage for Acts of God?


Whose cruel idea was it for the word ‘lisp’ to have ‘s’ in it?


If I go to a bookstore and ask where the “self-help section” is located, am I defeating the purpose?


Is there another word for “synonym?”


If Descartes were ever to respond in the negative to a question with the words “I think not,” would he disappear from existence?


Do the people working at the Lipton factory get coffee breaks?


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