• Did Tupac like to eat broccoli?

    Best answer: Broccoli is good for your health and ensures a long life. So he can't have eaten it, can he?
    Best answer: Broccoli is good for your health and ensures a long life. So he can't have eaten it, can he?
    3 answers · Celebrities · 1 day ago
  • My landlord, Kasch de Renczek, tells me I didn't pay last month, but I totally did. Can Jesus help?

    Best answer: I should be whipped mercilessly. I didn't get the name for 30 seconds.
    Best answer: I should be whipped mercilessly. I didn't get the name for 30 seconds.
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • My neighbors, Patrick Fitzgerald and Gerald Fitzpatrick, have a huge tree in their front room, and leave it on 24 hours. What can I do?

    Best answer: Well, perhaps you should threaten to take their tree out with your chopper. You may find that they are willing to compromise.
    Best answer: Well, perhaps you should threaten to take their tree out with your chopper. You may find that they are willing to compromise.
    3 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Do you think the universe would support a billion Gods?

    Best answer: The imagination is a big place. So yeah.
    Best answer: The imagination is a big place. So yeah.
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 days ago
  • NASA has just landed a manned space drone onto the surface of Mars. It has been raining for 7 days...do you fear a second flood?

    Best answer: I agree, Professor, we cannot trust people like Elgin Musk. He has clearly lost his marbles.
    Best answer: I agree, Professor, we cannot trust people like Elgin Musk. He has clearly lost his marbles.
    15 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 5 days ago
  • Death is not a duality. Death is not the opposite of life. Death is the absence of life. Do you agree, or not?

    Best answer: Life/death is the same as existence/non-existence. But existing as sentient beings we know that we came from non-existence, the material that makes us "us" existed before us and will exist after us. So I sort of see what you mean. Our existence that we call life is a fleeting chance organization that brings about sentience. As... show more
    Best answer: Life/death is the same as existence/non-existence. But existing as sentient beings we know that we came from non-existence, the material that makes us "us" existed before us and will exist after us. So I sort of see what you mean. Our existence that we call life is a fleeting chance organization that brings about sentience. As a bunch of elements, there is no duality.
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 week ago
  • Flowerchild, do u lie for Christ often? How PATHETIC is ur deity, that he NEEDS u to LIE for him...? All powerful SURELY doesn't NEED lies..?

    Best answer: I can't even remember interacting with that user and she blocked me. Pfft. Pathetic.
    Best answer: I can't even remember interacting with that user and she blocked me. Pfft. Pathetic.
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 week ago
  • Did you know that Quentin Tarantino hates Netflix too?

    Best answer: Vid's dead, baby. Vid's dead.
    Best answer: Vid's dead, baby. Vid's dead.
    10 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 week ago
  • Is the shadow fire correct, atheists, is God cruel?

    Best answer: The Bible God is not cruel at all. He drowned almost everybody on Earth with loving care. Especially the babies, he trod on their heads first, joyously pressing their squealing heads underwater to shorten their suffering as their mothers looked on, celebrating God's love for their infants. Just as well it is fiction, otherwise it... show more
    Best answer: The Bible God is not cruel at all. He drowned almost everybody on Earth with loving care. Especially the babies, he trod on their heads first, joyously pressing their squealing heads underwater to shorten their suffering as their mothers looked on, celebrating God's love for their infants. Just as well it is fiction, otherwise it would be completely sick.
    5 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 week ago
  • Were Sodom & Gomorrah husband and wife?

    Best answer: It is plain to see that they were related.
    Best answer: It is plain to see that they were related.
    10 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 week ago
  • Do you never have dreams of owning a Dyson vacuum cleaner?

    Best answer: They are absolutely rubbish, more of a nightmare. Really expensive bits of tat that cannot pick up any kind of problematic stuff. My wife is part Jamaican, her hair bungs it up if a few strands get in there. A piece of cardboard or bit of plaster, you are having a laugh. As a builder I use cheap Henry vacuums, they are way better. But... show more
    Best answer: They are absolutely rubbish, more of a nightmare. Really expensive bits of tat that cannot pick up any kind of problematic stuff. My wife is part Jamaican, her hair bungs it up if a few strands get in there. A piece of cardboard or bit of plaster, you are having a laugh. As a builder I use cheap Henry vacuums, they are way better. But they are not trendy, trendy is what it is all about now.
    5 answers · Polls & Surveys · 1 week ago
  • Jea did you learn what the word truth means yet? Are you ready to start telling it?

    Best answer: The truth, no, is what we believe is actual. Your truth may not be my truth, apparently it is definitely not the same as Jea's truth, this does not mean that Jea does not believe what she says.
    Best answer: The truth, no, is what we believe is actual. Your truth may not be my truth, apparently it is definitely not the same as Jea's truth, this does not mean that Jea does not believe what she says.
    3 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 week ago
  • How many gods will it take, to prove that all religions are pointless?

    Best answer: According to Arthur C. Clarke, when it gets to nine billion everything will be destroyed. The nine billion names of God. A good short story.
    Best answer: According to Arthur C. Clarke, when it gets to nine billion everything will be destroyed. The nine billion names of God. A good short story.
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Does God ever make mistakes?

    Best answer: Made Man. Man was lonely, had to make woman as an afterthought. Put fruit tree in garden, where innocents could reach it. Doh! Had to drown nearly everybody he created because he made them wrong. Had to write a new contract with Man, because the first was bogus. No, no mistakes at all.
    Best answer: Made Man. Man was lonely, had to make woman as an afterthought. Put fruit tree in garden, where innocents could reach it. Doh! Had to drown nearly everybody he created because he made them wrong. Had to write a new contract with Man, because the first was bogus. No, no mistakes at all.
    26 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Im new here. What happens to all the left over questions at the end of the day? Do we like donate them to a think tank, or something?

    Best answer: Unanswered questions don't go anywhere, they just sit there in your history taunting you with their emptiness. I only answered to save you that misery.
    Best answer: Unanswered questions don't go anywhere, they just sit there in your history taunting you with their emptiness. I only answered to save you that misery.
    7 answers · Jokes & Riddles · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do religious fundamentalists believe that the scientific community is being led by the nose of satan?

    Best answer: Then one foggy Christmas Eve Scientists came to say. "Satan with your nose so bright Won't you guide our research tonight?" Then all the scientists loved him As they shouted out with glee Satan the red-nosed demon You'll go down in history!
    Best answer: Then one foggy Christmas Eve Scientists came to say. "Satan with your nose so bright Won't you guide our research tonight?" Then all the scientists loved him As they shouted out with glee Satan the red-nosed demon You'll go down in history!
    16 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Would the Asatru community welcome a Turkish guy?

    Best answer: I am kinda sad that the only answer you have so far has been abusive. I am an atheist, but I would have thought there would have been a few pagan minded people who would have said that you can join any religion you want to. Maybe you are not as genuine as you make out and I am missing something, but I would think that the ancient... show more
    Best answer: I am kinda sad that the only answer you have so far has been abusive. I am an atheist, but I would have thought there would have been a few pagan minded people who would have said that you can join any religion you want to. Maybe you are not as genuine as you make out and I am missing something, but I would think that the ancient followers of the old Norse gods would respect people for their steadfastness and bravery over their colour. I know the Norse gods have been hijacked by some unsavoury characters that promote racism, but there are few or no relligions that have not been misrepresented by at least one misguided group of nutters.
    1 answer · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • What have we learned from the user Lyconpolis, besides the fact that Muslims need a book to tell them how to use the bathroom?

    Best answer: I cannot draw any conclusions about Islam from his posts. However, I have concluded the following about him personally; 1. He is obsessed with the male form. 2. He has some obsessive/compulsive issues. 3. He can be pushed to extremes, yet remains polite. 4. He is completely bonkers.
    Best answer: I cannot draw any conclusions about Islam from his posts. However, I have concluded the following about him personally; 1. He is obsessed with the male form. 2. He has some obsessive/compulsive issues. 3. He can be pushed to extremes, yet remains polite. 4. He is completely bonkers.
    3 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Rate my trolling, you know me as the moody sometimes poetic Icelandic guy that hangs around here go on rate me gimme your best shot?

    Best answer: I don't see you as a troll, Arni. You present a surprisingly eclectic range of questions that make me think and go off looking at stuff that I would perhaps otherwise not investigate. Winter is coming, I know that you are probably getting a bit depressed as all of us northern types do when the chill and darkness sets in. You know... show more
    Best answer: I don't see you as a troll, Arni. You present a surprisingly eclectic range of questions that make me think and go off looking at stuff that I would perhaps otherwise not investigate. Winter is coming, I know that you are probably getting a bit depressed as all of us northern types do when the chill and darkness sets in. You know the solution...... Beer.
    4 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Why is the government indoctrinating children with the belief that birds are real?

    Best answer: They are? Stone the crows! Do they really think that even complete loons will fall for that lark?
    Best answer: They are? Stone the crows! Do they really think that even complete loons will fall for that lark?
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago