1 I like hores. Hores have other hores frinds. Hores like carots. You woudn't think they coud but they can put their legs strait up. Hores make you feel good. My dad wants a hores but my mom says no. When I am 16, or 20, I will buy my own hores.
Before you ask, this was meant to be an essay on HORSES, only made unfortunate by a terrible spelling mistake. I laughed so hard when I saw this that I almost choked.
You gotta admit, hores do make you feel good.
Please tell me this is a joke...
2 Q: Why are there rings on Saturn? A: Because God liked it, so he put a ring around it. Teacher comment: Saturn was NOT a single lady.
I guess Saturn was married to Jupiter already.
What laugh out loud,
3 Q: (1/n)sinx=? A: Cancel out n; 1 x six = six = 6
Seriously, this guy didn't know a thing about trigonometry! Creative brains create creative and breathe taking answers!
4 Q: What ended in 1896? A: 1895.
This one got all of my friends laughing.
5 Q: How do you change a centimeter into a meter? A: Take out centi
6 Q: Brian has 50 slices of cake. He eats 48. What does he have now? A: Diabetes. Brian has diabetes.
True! And I added this one. Search up 'stupid hilarious but true exam answers' to get some amazing ones!
7 Q: Adam cuts his arm. Blood gushes out and is red in colour. What does this show? A: He's not a robot, he's a real boy!
The real question is why in the hell did Adam cut his arm in the first place? Is he depressed?
See here Adam, don't go around cutting yourself now.
But it's true though, the guy should of got full marks on that question
8 Q: Explain the dispersal of various farming types in Britain. A: The cows + pigs are distributed in different fields so they don't eat each other.
"So they don't eat each other"... must protect myself whenever going to the countryside then. I don't want the pigs running out of cows to eat (or vice versa) and coming for me! That would be bad. I can imagine it now... laugh out loud!
What about the hores?
9 Q: The boy is... a) sad b) glad A: UGLY
10 Q: Is the sun or the Moon more important? A: The Moon gives us light at night when we need it. The Sun only provides light in the day, when we don't. Therefore the moon is more important.
Seriously, how thick can these students get? It makes you wonder, what is actually taught in schools?
11 Q: A star in the night sky brightens to many times its original brightness and then fades gradually over the next several years; what phase is it going through? A: It just had a hot flash and is probably going through menopause.
12 Q: Where was the American Declaration of Independence signed? A: At the bottom.
This came in an advertisement in my T.V..
Where else would it be signed?
13 Q: Why would living close to a mobile phone mast cause ill health? A: Youmight walk into it.
Ths one was funny. He may have a point, ignoring all of the other more serious dangers of it
Haha! Laugh out loud! So true!
14 Q: Miranda can't see anything when she looks down her microscope. Suggest one reason why not. A: She is blind.
One day, Miranda didn't wear her safety goggles. Now she doesn't need them.
Miranda didn't remeber to wear her saftey goggles. Now she doesn't need them.
15 What is the strongest force on earth? Love.
What is wrong with this question? I have had this statement on my profile page for months and this comes on one of my favouritee lists? Shame on you, logicians!
Well, some might say it's the strong interaction.
16 Q: Galaxies moving away from Earth begin to redshift. Why? A: It's a sign that the universe is becoming more left-wing.
17 Q: In a blast furnace it is impossible to extract aluminium from the ore. Why? A: Because it's bloomin' hot!
18 Q: What is a plant? A: A living orgasm that sucks up sunlight
19 Q) if there are 20 carrots than how many aliens can eat hats A) purple
Drat! I would have said violet...
20 Q: In what battle did Napoleon die? A: In his last one.
21 Q: What is athlete's foot? A: It's on the end of the athlete's leg.