Bread Crumbs

Just a little collection of food for thought that hasn’t quite evolved into a fully-fledged posts.

Also, check out the Stumbles page.

The world is going to run out of helium pretty soon. Then we could have hydrogen balloons at birthday parties! You better make a wish fast and blow out the candles as soon as you light them, or you’ll have a private pyrotechnic display in the comforts of your own home.

How to hide from Jesus Christ: hide under water – he can only walk above you.

Oxygen explodes and hydrogen explodes. So why doesn’t water explode?

Buddy systems don’t work if both buddies get lost.

Women get equal pay, equal opportunity, and the right to vote. Heck, they even run for President. But it’s not fair if they only get the good stuff. They ought to start asking guys out, buying the corsages for their prom date, hiring the limo, watching football…

It’s okay to talk to strangers, but not okay if they talk to you.

There may not be such a thing as true love, but there is such a thing as extreme compatibility.

Why are movie trailers called trailers when they come before the movie?

Judge not a man by his collection of music, but by his Top 25 Most Played.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. alexander the greater  |  October 14, 2008 at 10:32 PM

    Hydrogen and oxygen both explode. but when combined, they explode and form water. The reason why you do not see explosions everywhere you go is that hydrogen is not found isolated in nature. It is only found in the exosphere, miles away from oxygen.

    foodforthought… good blog name…

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  • 2. Matthew  |  December 6, 2008 at 8:50 PM

    Hey man, if the pregnant man isnt complaining, then dont complain.

    Geez, people here are so egocentric.

    Reply

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