Wordless Wednesday: Life’s Tough Questions


You know what your problem is? It’s that you haven’t seen enough movies. All life’s riddles are answered in the movies. ~Steve Martin

It's been one of *those* days

My faithful P&Q Rangers, this one’s gonna be brief. This week so far has sucked epically. The pics I took that I was going to use for Wordless Wednesday pretty much spontaneously combusted (don’t ask). However, I still think I can spin straw into gold or, at the very least, salvage some good humor. That’s where today’s post comes in.

Our fearless site mascot, Capt. Murdock, has been at it asking some of those crazy questions. (He is crazy, after all.) I gave quite a bit of thought to them myself but wanted to pose them to you, the readers. The person who comes up with the most creative answers and/or makes me laugh the hardest will get a bit of swag for his/her blog *PLUS* an added bonus from me. Sound like fun? Take it away, Captain…

Special favor to ask my readers: PLEASE go vote for me in Clay Morgan (EduClaytion’s) March Movie Madness tournament! I’m sponsoring Wikus van de Merwe from District 9 and I have a feeling I could be a Cinderella if I get enough votes. Thanks!

As always, thanks to everyone who regularly reads P&Q! You guys are awesome. Now, if I could just have a good week and get back to normal around here.

How do you say "facepalm" in Sindarin?

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~ by Howlin' Mad Heather on March 13, 2012.

9 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Life’s Tough Questions”

  1. “Are you so high on your own bullshit that your nose has been stuck in the cow’s sphincter?”

    Actually asked a call center manager/supervisor this.

    BTW. I added you to my podcast page.

  2. Love the memeing. Good luck in the tourney. Vote for Belle when the time comes, because she was an example of bravery in her own society, and educated people vote for that kind of thing.

    Also love the LOTR shout out. Do you ever feel like you’re talking to a bunch of nazgul?

  3. I have an intense need to know the answer to the mascara question.

  4. Hey, maybe the Kamikaze helmets were just to keep their options open. Sort of the opposite of my old response to people asking why I smoked (before I quit): “Because I’m suicidal… and, a procrastinator.”

  5. Hey there! Would you mind if I share your blog with my myspace group?
    There’s a lot of folks that I think would really enjoy your content.

    Please let me know. Many thanks

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