Make Your Mind Go Blank and Try to Answer These Questions

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October 20, 2010 by Bexter


Photo by Imagined Reality via Flickr


What does 100,000 taste like?

What does an eyeball feel like?

What are a guitar’s questions?

How many hearts are in a day?

Can you feel a wall’s expression?

What does a diamond wear?

How many how’s are in a how?

How many flowers are in a flower?

Is a boy made of wishes?

How many minutes are in a minute?

Why does the moon follow the sun?

Why are the sun and moon enemies?

How many cups would it take to fill the oceans?

How do you grow an impossible flower?

By Brayden


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