Funny Why Questions To Ask

Funny Why Questions To Ask! Everyone has those weird questions that they can’t help but ask from time to time. Why do we park on a driveway and drive on a parkway? How do they get the toothpaste back in the tube? And of course, why is it called hair gel if you have to use it on your hair? These are all valid questions, and sometimes you just need an answer (or twelve).

In this blog post, we’ll be listing some of the funniest why questions that people have asked over the years. Some are simple, while others are downright confusing – but all of them are entertaining! So whether you’re looking for a few laughs or just some clarification on some strange topics, read on for some funny why questions!

Funny Why Questions To Ask

1- Why are round pizzas packaged in square boxes?

2- Why do we wash BOTH hands when the sink is on the left side?

3- Why do we put suits in garment bags and garments in a suitcase?

4- Why do we drive on parkways and park on driveways?

5- Why is it called a “building” when it’s already built?

6- Why do banks charge a fee for non-sufficient funds, when they are the ones not providing the funds in the first place?

7- Why do we teach kids that violence is not the answer and then have them watch 25 minutes of it on TV every day?

8- Why do people use the word “irregardless”?

9- Why is it called a “hamburger” when there is no ham in it?

10- Why do we put shoes on before socks?

11- Why do people say “a pair of jeans” when there is only one?

12- Why do we say we are “head over heels in love” when our head is not over our heels?

13- Why is it called a “drive-thru” if you have to stop?

14-Why do they call it a “TV set” when there is only one?

15- Why do we put milk in cereal and then drink it with orange juice?

16- Why do people say “I could care less” when they clearly mean “I couldn’t care less”?

17- Why do we say “it’s raining cats and dogs” when no cats or dogs are actually falling from the sky?

18- Why do people say “I’ll sleep on it” when they really mean “I’ll think about it”?

19- Why do we call it a “pair of pants” when there is only one?

20- Why do we say we are “under the weather” when we are actually “over the weather”?

21- Why do people say “bless you” when someone sneezes?

22- Why do we call it a “pair of scissors” when there is only one?

23- Why do we say “goodbye” when we really mean “hello”?

24- Why do we say “I have a headache” when we really mean “I have a pain in my head”?

25- Why do we say “I’m fine” when we are clearly not fine?