• The kind that requires people to read someone's mind: "What am I thinking right now?" "Why did this guy do such-and-such?" Questions like this are really pointless, because they demand that we possess the paranormal ability to get into the psyche of someone we do not know.
    • Celifrog
      Thank you for your input.
      Victorine: No, such a question is easily answered. Perhaps not easily answered CORRECTLY...BUT a person might guess correctly.
    • Victorine
      I don't care to "guess" without substantial amounts of information, which the askers rarely provide. Moreover, guessing can lead people astray. No, dear, such questions are NOT "easily answered," not if you want to be intelligent and responsible about it. Evidently, you do not.
      Right, good, but...the question isn't about what sort of questions you like to answer. The question is about questions that CANNOT be answered. Perhaps you should have considered what the question actually asked before answering it.
    • Victorine
      Sweetie, I did, as my initial response made clear. It's a good thing you are not one of my students. Go back to school.
      Right. Love the ad hominems. Always points out the inability of the user to respond rationally.
  • Is there a God?
    • Celifrog
      1000's of year argument lol
      People have been answering that question for centuries.
  • How many stars are in the universe? The thing is nobody knows the answer because the amount of stars are astronomical
  • How big is the universe?
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
  • one i never knew the answer too
  • Only: a nonsensical question. In fact: a particular sort of nonsensical question. Any other sort of question can be answered (though not necessarily correctly!) I suppose that even a nonsensical question of the specific type might be given an answer...but not an answer that actually answers the question asked (whether correctly or incorrectly). Example: "How morbid quills did Zanex multiply never mind?" The answering person would not be able to address the (imperceptible) topic of the question. But for a counter-example, a type of nonsensical question that CAN be answered: "May I mumble dogface in the banana patch?" Appropriate (though not necessarily CORRECT) answers are simple and obvious: "Yes", "No", "Maybe", etc.
  • The one not asked.
    • Roaring
      You beat me to it : )

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