Just like Game of Throne’s most beloved character, Jon Snow, some people know nothing; literally nothing at all. This is evident from the massive pool of stupid questions that can be found on the internet. No matter how many times teachers might tell you there are no stupid questions, these people always prove them wrong.
Now, let’s take a look at 10 of the most stupid questions people ever asked on the internet.
#1 Do you think humans will ever walk on the sun?
Ok, this is a legitimate question. I mean if they already walked on the moon, why not the sun right? This girl might be able to get a job at NASA someday, who knows? She may even be able to identify a strange planet where you can breathe underwater and talk to fish… I just laughed at the answer somebody else left on Yahoo “Well if they do, it would have to be at night.”
#2 What happens to the people born on Feb 29? Do they stay one until 4 years pass?
Wow! They must be the luckiest people in the world. They don’t get older which means they don’t get white hair and always look younger than their peers. It’s like Peter Pan and Never Land. Now have you come to realise the amount of stupid questions Yahoo has to provide answers to on a daily basis?
#3 How was the routine of milking cows for milk discovered?
Now that’s what I am talking about. This randomness is all we need to begin questioning the most basic elements of life. What’s next? Are we going back to the future or enroling ourselves in a philosophy class? The truth is that I don’t know nor do I want to know the answer. All I truly care about is that today I get to drink the milk that comes from cows and mix it with my favourite corn flakes.
#4 If a two year old hands you a toy phone, do you answer it?
This is definitely a tough one. What do you do? This guy must have found himself facing this incredibly difficult dilemma. Obviously he must have been greatly influenced by the unspoken rule that says you have to answer a toy phone when a toddler gives it to you in order to entertain the child. But apparently he doesn’t want to do it and instead decides to make a fuss about it…on the internet, where everyone can see it.
#5 How do you get YouTube to come film you?
This guy’s entire acting career was destroyed because YouTube wouldn’t come to his house to film him. It seems that calling them wasn’t as useful as he had hoped for, but somehow he was expecting YouTube employees to come knocking on his door. Somebody, please tell this person that YouTube doesn’t actually go and film people.
#6 What percentage of water is celery?
I believe that this curious person wanted to know what percentage of celery is water – not the other way around. Nevertheless, he got his answer ‘Water is exactly 0% celery’. Priceless! This question reminded me of the egg-chicken dilemma. Which came first, the chicken or the egg? In this case, would it be water or celery? I’ll let you figure that out for yourselves.
#7 Why do I feel butterflies in my stomach?
We can only presume that this is a young individual who has fallen madly in love and is wondering why it feels like there are butterflies in his stomach. Who knows maybe he even went to the doctor to get some X-rays. The answer to his question: ‘Have you been eating caterpillars?’ This has to be the best question-answer ever!
#8 What’s another word for knowing that you’re right?
That would be ‘woman?’ This is the answer the original poster got on Yahoo, which I have to admit is pretty valid. I am not sure whether this girl had an argument with her boyfriend and wanted to prove to the world that she was right, or she was writing an essay and couldn’t find the right word for ‘assertiveness’. Whatever the case using a thesaurus is a good place to start!
#9 My printer won’t print GIFs properly?
Seriously? Your printer is not designed to print GIFs simply because there is no motion on paper. Well, at least when it is animated. Perhaps this is what this person was thinking while trying to print GIFs. She may not know it yet, but she could be the reason for the discovery and development of the popular 3D printers today. Still no motion, but this has to count for something.
#10 Does looking at a picture of the sun hurt your eyes?
The comment under this question was quite simple. The U.S. School System has failed us! From this question, you can tell that the individual is either not the sharpest tool in the box or just not quite all there. How else can you explain such a blatantly stupid question? Ok, I am being unfair a picture of the sun can hurt your eyes. But you have to stare at it so long and hard that it strains your eyes, and that is not what this question is referring to.
If you feel like you haven’t seen enough stupid questions, check out this video from List25 that presents the ultimate 25 most ridiculous Yahoo questions and answers:
(Beware: It’ll definitely make you laugh out loud!)
What was the stupidest question that you’ve ever made or posted on the internet? Feel free to share them in the comments section below. Come on, I promise I won’t judge!