Impossible Question

Q: They first arrived in the 40’s but were ramped up in the 70’s, with the military in mind, we all use them. About 3 minutes!

A: Drive-thru window!

Q: Beginning in the late 1700’s, its more popular after this last year than ever, it goes bump in the night, milk it for all its worth! 

A: Milk delivery!

Q: 6 Decades ago there was one, as of today there’s been close to 600.

A: People in space!

Q: You probably use too much of this, but it only costs about $10 a year!

A: Toothpaste!

Q: It’s been getting the word out since the days of the horse and buggy, in the 20’s it took 6 minutes, by the 70’s, only 3!

A: Fax machine!!

Q: First appeared in the 1860’s and it was a rare site then, not so much now and the biggest on the block, lots of nicknames, over 10 billion bifocals! 

A: The $100 bill! 

Q: The first one came by in the late 1800’s and they are more popular than ever!

A: Electric Car

Q: Up or down, generally all around, 37 degrees is most comfortable for this, there is about a dozen steps to complete it.

A: Angle of a staircase!


Q: This piece of moveable art has sold almost a half billion copies.

 A: Rubix Cube!



Q: It’s about 3 1/2 feet tall and roughly 20 pounds, hard to create, easy to loose, ribbon and thread? 


A: $1,000,000 in $100 dollar bills!




Q: What gets wetter as it dries?


A: A towel!



Q: Pharmacist recommended 3 times daily! 23.




A: Dr. Pepper!




Q: They are really fast and generate a lot of heat!




A:  Hummingbird!




Q: You’ll get into 4 of these before all is said and done!




A: Car Accidents!










Q: People have been tipping them up, swinging it out and spinning it around since 1836 




A: Revolver!










Q: Millions have seen it, and while its still there, you can’t see it now 







A: USAFA Chapel!







Q: Going back 8 generations, it’s the lowest in its family, it’s bigger than the name says it is, 12 to 18 feet long and its hard to hold!?








A: Tuba!











Q: Black or white, tall and small, loves to climb!








A: Aspen trees!











Q: This is the fastest diet!



















Q: People will spend 6 months of their lives waiting for this!








A: Green light!








Q: It goes up and it goes down as it gets bigger around! 








A: Hail Stones








Q: A shortage in the early 1900s made them popular every kid loves one big kids too! Nair a trace is left behind, 2 major types! 







A: Ice Cream Cone!








Q: In the early 80’s, people started pointlessly pointing them. It’s gotten smarter. 







A: Car Remote!












 Q: The name might imply they are old-school, or even state of the art, but they are neither fancy or electronic. When you put it on, you’ll probably feel bad for laughing! The blank of Blank.








A: E-Collar!








 Q:You can’t see it but when you do, it’s not what it appears to be. It’s not hydrogen, but that’s a good start. It won’t look good on you, It’s totally fake








A: Hypocrisy!








Q: They’ve been looking into things since the 1800’s








A: X-rays!












 Q: You’re gonna love it to the tune of over $20billion








A: Valentines day spending! 



















Q: They’ve been going nowhere since the 1700’s, now more popular than ever, there was even one on the titanic! 








A: Stationary Bike! 












Q: In 2020 on average you added 30 of these to your life each month. 








A: Hours of screen time!
































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