What type of silly questions people ask us in our daily life?
By Rajesh babu
April 18, 2009 11:49pm CST
I think it is pretty good question to ask because most of the time people ask routine and silly questions they ask us. Why some people ask us silly questions most of the time so have you ever faced any problems by getting silly questions from other end. What are the silly questions most of the time people asks us.
• United States
20 Apr 09
Hi, Dasari100! I have people ask me some silly questions in my life. When I was in high school, this guy asked me, if I washed. I looked at him like he was crazy, and I told him yes. Which I do. I would take a bath right before I go to school in the mornings. He was just being stupid. Trying to impress his so- called friends. And there was another time when I was in middle school, I was leaving out of the lunch line with my tray, when a girl that I did not recognized, asked me if I was fool. I looked at her without blinking, and I boldly and firmly told her "no," and then I said, "are you." She looked at me, and I glared right back at her with the same strong attitude. I then walked off towards a lunch table so that I could eat my lunch. I was waiting on her to hit me, because I have already had it planned to throw my lunch tray in her face. People can be so immature. It doesn't matter at what age. I believe till this day that someone put her up to asking me that silly question because when I looked at her, I could tell that many students that were sitting at the lunch table was looking in our direction. Retarded people have no place in my circle. They need to act like they have common sense!
19 Apr 09
Hello Dasari100, I think sometimes people ask you a silly question, just to be polite. For example, when a neighbor sees you hanging clothes outside your home and asks you this - what are you doing there? Of course the neighbor can see clearly that you are hanging clothes but it is just a way to start a conversation. But there are people who love to irritate others with their silly questions. I have one silly question that I don't like people to ask me - which hand do you use to eat? when they know that I am a left-handed person. Of course they know the answer but just want to look like a stupid in front of you. I also have to answer one irritating question too often while working - when people call and ask me what is my office hours. I will tell them it is Monday to Friday from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m and sometimes one or two persons still have the gut to ask me back - So, are you working on Saturday?
• Anantapur, India
20 Apr 09
It happened to me also, so many times my neighbor's ask me what are doing now? but they know what i am doing at my home or at the time but they want to know from us , i don't know what they will think on us. have you understood what they are expecting from us?
19 Apr 09
OK imagine the scenario. You have a flat tyre and you get out there with the equipment required to change it. You're on your knees getting all dirty with sweat on your brow attempting to do the job as quickly as possible so you can be on your way and someone comes along takes a look at you and says, "What are doing?" That is a silly question.