Sometimes I think we need to focus on the questions and not the answers. I mean, really really look deep into the words that make up these questions. Stare these questions in the face and dare them to be less than spectacular.
And then there are questions that need to be examined from the point of view of the asker: Is this what the asker really wanted to know? Or is there more?
And then there are questions that really only want you to sit back, chuckle, and then fall asleep before coming up with the right answer:
There is actually an equation if you click on that link. But there’s no reason to get all philosophical. I’m too distracted by craving Oreos.
Hmm… Is this question meant for a practical answer or is it just asked for the sake of hutzpah? Because I can guarantee that as good as you think the trick will be, it will not pay off.
I’m not completely sure what this question means, but I like the sound of it. Do imponderables like lizards and lollipops?