It is human nature to ask questions. We’re a curious species, driving us to discover and learn about everything around us. Throughout human history, we’ve come up with every question you could think to ask, and we’ve answered many of them. But several hundred others remain unanswered and unfortunately, it seems they might remain that way until humans cease to exist.
If you’re just like the rest of us, then you might find it interesting to play around with a few confusing questions now and then. Challenge your understanding and that of your family and friends by tossing around these questions that mess with your mind the next time you’re at a get together.
Mind Blowing Questions
Thursday October 31, 2019
A crazy, fast-paced game inspired by the classic Metroid game. Explore various mazes, shoot down your enemies and enjoy this …
We strive to learn the truth, but there are some truths that are so hard to discover that our human logic fails to calculate the right understanding. So we end up leaving these questions unanswered, hoping that some day, the development of human intelligence – or perhaps even divine intervention – will reveal the answers to us and help us get a better grasp of the realities around us.
HAPPY DOG WALK SIMULATOR
Wednesday October 30, 2019
A super-funny game in which you’re a dog who has lots of fun during a walk with his owner. You …
When did time begin?
Did we invent math or did we discover it?
Where does a thought go when it’s forgotten?
Do we have free will or is everything predestined?
Is there life after death?
Is it really possible to experience anything objectively?
What are dreams?
What is the goal of humanity?
How long will you be remembered after the day that you die?
Which orange came first – the fruit or the color?
What is ‘god’?
Who decided what’s right and wrong?
What is the purpose of setting goals if we all die anyway?
What is freedom and does it really exist?
Which came first – the chicken or the egg?
What makes you, you?
What age should a person be considered old enough to die of old age?
How do you know you’re not crazy and just hallucinating your whole life?
To what degree have you been able to control the course that your life has taken?
Is the Earth alive?
Is it possible to know what is truly good and what is evil?
If we learn and improve from our mistakes, why are we so afraid to make mistakes?
Do you ever really do anything out of your own conscious choice, or are we always controlled by some external stimulation or motive?
Why are you here at this very moment in your life?
Did you arrive at this point in your life because you willed it or because you were destined to be here?
Are soul mates a real thing?
If we need to follow rules at all costs, then why do we make exceptions to these rules?
Is there an end to the universe, or does it just keep going?
Why does anything exist?
What is the purpose and meaning of time?
Do our human accomplishments have a long-term, universal significance, or when the world ends, do we all end with it, including what we’ve achieved?
Why do people have to die?
CLIMBING OVER IT
Thursday November 07, 2019
A totally bizarre game in which you have to use your pickaxe to climb up the steep hill, littered with …
More Confusing Questions
While the initial list of questions explores more provocative, deep contemplation, these confusing questions might not feel as urgent or important. But the confusion they cause can make them a great point of conversation if you want to keep your family and friends preoccupied with debates on your next get together.
If you punch yourself and it hurts, are you wear or are you strong?
Why is it that if a premature baby is born earlier than a full-term baby, the preemie is considered older despite existing for a shorter period of time?
If you took a ship and replaced all of its parts until none of the original parts are intact anymore, is it the same ship or a completely different ship?
What shape is your field of vision?
If you describe something as indescribable, haven’t you already described it?
Are we living or slowly dying?
Isn’t good health just a slower rate at which to die?
What do people who are born deaf hear when they think?
How far up do bald people go when they wash their face?
If a person dies at sea and only their arm is recovered, how would he be displayed in a casket? Does it need to be a full sized casket?
If a baby’s butt pops out of its mother at 11:59 PM, and the head comes out at 12:01 AM, what day will the baby be declared to be born on?
What do they call french kissing in France?
If killing people is wrong, then why do we kill people that kill people?
If you’re trying to fail and you succeed, did you fail or did you succeed?
If you expect the unexpected, doesn’t that make the unexpected expected?
How is it possible that the world is in debt?
How important do you have to be to be considered assassinated and not just murdered?
When you get to heaven, do you look as you do at the age that you die?
Why do people say that they ‘slept like a baby’ if they slept through the night when babies are known for not sleeping?
Why is the alphabetical order that way? Who said that that’s the order that it had to be?
Why is Goofy considered a person and Pluto considered a pet when they’re both dogs anyway?
Can blind people dream?
Why doesn’t glue stick to the inside of the bottle?
When they say that something is ‘new and improved’, how can it be improved if it’s new? What is it improving on?
Why is the objective of golf to play the least amount of golf?
If a vampire bites a zombie, does the zombie become a vampire or does the vampire become a zombie?
If God created Adam and Eve, did they have belly buttons?
Why do we hit our hands together when we like something? (clapping)
Why do we base our age off of the number of times we went around a burning ball of gas?
How do you know that you see colors the same way that another person sees them? For instance, what if what’s red to you is blue to them, but they still call it red?
Is your answer to this question ‘no’?
In the word ‘scent’, which letter is silent? S or C?
Isn’t the word ‘queue’ just the letter Q followed by four silent letters?
What would a room made of mirrors look like if there was nothing inside that room to create a reflection?
Was there ever a time when nothing existed or has something always been in existence?
If a cyclops were to close its eye, is it winking or blinking?
Is a body transplant just the same as a brain transplant?
What is the color of a mirror?
If you had fun while you were wasting time, can you still say that you wasted time?
Which arm rest is yours in the movie theater?
Do dentists go to other dentists or do they treat their own dental care problems?
How far east do you have to go before you start going west?
If you were to dig a hole that went through the center of the earth and you jumped through, would you be falling or floating upwards?
Where do they put the bible in libraries – fiction or non-fiction section?
What happens when an immovable objects meets an unstoppable force?
What would happen to the world’s oceans if every person on Earth jumped into the water at the same time?
When does it stop being partly sunny and start to become partly cloudy?
Why is vanilla ice cream color white when vanilla itself is color brown?
Funny Unanswerable Questions
Hey, just because a question doesn’t seem to have an answer to it, doesn’t mean it has to be serious. There are lots of funny unanswerable questions out there that can give you a good laugh and start a lot of lighthearted banter between you and friends. Try tossing these funny mindblowing questions around to get the laughs started.
Are children who act in R-rated movies allowed to watch the film when it’s done?
Do you consider eyebrows facial hair?
If you were shorter than someone, would it be possible to talk down to them?
What hair color do they put in bald people’s driver’s licenses?
Do prison buses have emergency exits?
Can you stand backwards on a flight of stairs?
Do they bury people with their braces still on or do they remove them?
Why did they put the word ‘dictionary’ in the dictionary?
What do you call a fly without its wings?
Why do we cook bacon and bake cookies?
How do you grow a seedless fruit?
If tomatoes are a fruit, is ketchup considered a smoothie?
If you had a dream that none of your dreams would come true, and you woke up and had none of your real-life dreams come true, would that be a dream come true?
If you told someone to ‘be a leader and not a follower’, wouldn’t they become a follower by following your advice?
If everyone says that life is unfair, doesn’t that mean that life is fair?
If the early bird gets the worm, why do good things come to those who wait?
If you hate haters, does that make you a hater and will you hate yourself?
What would happen if Pinocchio said ‘My nose will grow now’?
If the fountain of youth can make you live forever, can you drown in it and still die?
If Cinderella’s shoe fit her perfectly, then why did it fall off?
Who taught the first ever teacher?
If nothing is impossible, then would it be possible for something to be impossible?
Why do noses run but feet smell?
Why do they say that you have a cold when your temperature goes up?
If you drop your soap on the floor, does the floor become clean or does the soap become dirty?
Isn’t it that when you wait for the waiter to come back with your order, you become the waiter in the process?
When you buy something that’s made in China while you’re in China, does it still have the made in China tag?
If the number 2 pencil is the most popular, why is it number 2?
What was the first man to milk a cow trying to do?
If a word is misspelled in the dictionary, will we ever know it?
Do caterpillars know that they’re going to be butterflies or do they build the cocoon not knowing what will happen?
If God sneezed, what would you say?
If we evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys?
If life is so short, why do we do things that we don’t like and like so many things that we don’t do?
When all is said and done, would you have said more than you have done?
If a tree fell in a forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?
How did the person who invented the calendar know what day it was?
Why did we decide to give February just 28 days when lots of other months have 31 days? Couldn’t we have just taken some of the 31st days from other months and added them to February?
If revenge is a dish that’s best served cold, and revenge is sweet, then is revenge ice cream?
Why are they called buildings if they’re already built?
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