Blending philosophy and humor, here are 250 thought-provoking, challenging, and strange questions-from the profound "what is the meaning of life?" to the playful "is a hotdog a sandwich?" and everything in between. Life is complex, confusing, and weird. But have you ever stopped to think about just how weird the world around you can be? For example: Which invention has caused the most unhappiness: fire, the wheel, or the internet? If a werewolf landed on the moon, would it touch down as a man or a wolf? When sitting at a movie theater, which armrest is yours? What's the most untrustworthy animal? Would you rather kiss a person with jellybeans for teeth or a banana for a tongue? In Questions for Deep Thinkers, you'll find 250 thought-provoking, challenging, and sometimes completely ridiculous questions that you (probably) never thought to even ask. Perfect for large group parties, hanging out with friends, or if you just want a moment to ponder some of life's absurdities, this collection of head-scratching "deep questions" will leave you either in an argument or saying, "hmm, I never thought of that" Don't let the world's most pressing mysteries pass you by!
by Henry James
by Henry Adams
by Henry David Thoreau
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