Momentous Questions For Our Time

1. Would grapes be as popular if they were really gray?

2. If you’re name’s not Sue, would you object to being served soup? Would you sue?

3. According to the ancient “doctrine of signatures” – to cure what ails you, you eat something that resembles whatever’s being affected. If you’ve got liver trouble, for example, you go find a liverwort, which looks like a liver, and make a medicine out of it.

Does this mean that coffee’s the cure for the common cold?

No, the jazz didn’t do this to me. It was the five hours of report writing that followed the jazz that did it.

19 thoughts on “Momentous Questions For Our Time

  1. Sorry, I don’t understand how coffee and the common cold are related…wouldn’t it be if you have a common cold you should be licking ice cream? It’s cold, runny, sticky, etc. just like a cold (only much nicer)

    Hope the jazz was good though…
    .-= southlakesmom´s last blog ..Kill BUZZ =-.

  2. Oh my, Quilly, look what Amoeba’s doing to your blog!

    Ides of February are coming! Beware!
    Remember all the comments and readers that he (didn’t have) had on his blog? Soon yours will be like that.

    That really wasn’t what I wanted to say and really isn’t right. He is a talanted and funny guy.

    What I wanted to say was (something I couldn’t find) that looks as delectable as snot that eating could help cure the common cold.
    Come to think of it, I know quite a few people who DO eat snot, so I would guess that might be good to cu …
    ..
    .-= Jim´s last blog ..The Jim Bunch eats again — Six Word Saturday — Just Jim this time =-.

Comments are closed.