For those of you who've never heard of this, it's the fear of being chased around a kitchen table by timberwolves while wearing socks on a newly-waxed floor.
Okay, Gary Larson (of The Far Side, another of the greatest comic strips ever) made that one up, but for all we know, someone may actually have it. It seems there's a phobia for just about everything. We all know about ones like claustrophobia and arachnophobia. Even coulrophobia (fear of clowns) isn't that uncommon. But there
Today, I thought I'd share with all of you the answer to one of the greatest mysteries that humanity has ever faced: what happens to you when you die. I don't just mean the physiological processes of metabolic shutdown and physical decay; I mean what happens to your soul. Well, here's what happens: first, you--
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10. Oops, my radar detector wasn't plugged in.
9. A warning? Thanks! The last officer only gave me a warning, too.
8. If I give you a doughnut, will you forget the whole thing?
7. Hey, Barney Fife!
6. I thought you had to be in good shape to be a cop.
5. You're not gonna check the trunk, are you?
4. I pay your salary!
3. Hang on a sec, I'm on the phone.
2. Will you sign my Village People album?
And the number one worst thing
Well, you've had 24 hours (more or less) to puzzle over yesterday's riddle about the fox, the chicken, and the corn. The correct answer was submitted by PkmnGreen:
Take the Chicken first, the go back for the Fox. Then drop the Fox of and pick up the Chicken. Take the Chicken back to the start, and swap it for the corn. Then take the corn to the Fox and go back for the Chickne?
For answering correctly, PkmnGreen receives...absolutely nothing, other than pride at being
A man has a fox, a chicken, and a bag of corn. He wants to get them across a river; however, the boat available for him to use is only big enough for him to bring one item at a time. If he leaves the fox with the chicke, the fox will eat the chicken. If he leaves the chicken with the corn, the chicken will eat the corn. How can he get all three across the river safely?
I saw this riddle in the comic strip Pearls Before Swine, created by Stepan Pastis (who, IMHO, created the best comic