The Little Book of Stupid Questions: 300 Hilarious, Bold, Embarrassing, Personal and Basically Pointless Queries

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Sourcebooks, Incorporated, 1999 - Games & Activities - 109 pages
Leave the meaningful questions to the philosophers. Real life deals with the little things. The inane things. The petty things. And yes, well, the stupid things. Get ready to get real. And get stupid.
--If cats and dogs didn't have fur, would you still pet them?
--Do vegetarians eat animal crackers?
--Who do you know that is most likely to have been abducted by aliens?
And nearly 300 other pointless queries.

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User Review  - Heather19 - LibraryThing

Man, they weren't kidding when they titled this "The Little Book of Stupid Questions". Stupid indeed! There are some interesting, conversation-starting questions in here. I ended up getting a fairly ... Read full review

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David Borgenicht, coauthor of "The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook", has an impressive array of pickup lines. He won't admit how many of these scenarios were his.

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