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Category: Food

Topic: Cookies-Candy

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    1. If peanut butter cookies are made with peanut butter what are girl scout cookies made with? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. Does your chewing gum really lose it's flavor on the bed post overnight? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. Why are there more brown M&M's than any other colour? (Contributed by Don F.)
    4. Why is a Chinese fortune cookie written in English? (Contributed by Don F.)
    5. How do they get the cream in the twinkie? (Contributed by Don F.)
    6. What happens when your fortune cookie contradicts your horoscope? (Contributed by Don F.)
    7. What flavor is Bubble Gum supposed to be? (Contributed by Don F.)
    8. If M&M's Melt in your Mouth but not in your Hand would they Melt in your Armpit? (Contributed by Lance)
    9. If a fruit newton isn't a cookie just what exactly is it? (Contributed by Mike)
    10. Fig is a funny word. Newton is also a funny word. But if someone offers you a fig-newton why isn't it ever funny? (Contributed by Adam)
    11. When you eat your Smarties do you eat the red ones last? (Contributed by Laurel Hrabarchuk)
    12. If fig newtons are fruit and cake what the heck is fruitcake? (Contributed by Poo-Kwin)
    13. How is it that a two pound box of candy can make a woman gain five pounds? (Contributed by Kay Bradley)
    14. How do M&Ms know when they're in your mouth so they can melt? (Contributed by Agatha Crumm)
    15. On the bags of miniature candy bars it says 'Fun Size'. Does this mean that the regular size bars are no fun? (Contributed by kiss123)
    16. Do Eskimos eat American Pies? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    17. Is it bad luck if you eat the fortune inside a fortune cookie? (Contributed by Ladyhawk)
    18. Why is it that optimists don't realize that a candy bar is never the size of its wrapper? (Contributed by Donna S.)
    19. How come the cookies with LESS fat cost MORE? (Contributed by Bernard Rich)
    20. If 'Twinkies' had no creamy insides would they still be called 'Twinkies'? (Contributed by Kristan)
    21. Since a twinkie has a shelf life of two years if you keep eating a lot of twinkies wouldn't you live forever? (Contributed by Funny Mail)
    22. Is there an implied time limit on fortune cookie predictions? If so, how long is it? (Contributed by Marilyn Vos Savant)
    23. If you had a package of Certs, would you offer someone a Cert or a Certs? If it was a Cert, then you wouldn't have a package of Certs's, would you? (Contributed by Lesley Foss)
    24. Have you ever considered where we would be without 'Crazy Dips'? Would we ever see eating regular lollipops a bore afterwards? Or is that just us? (Contributed by Quartz & Meg)
    25. Would the candy be as popular if Willy Wonka's name was Joe Smith or something to that effect? (Contributed by Sarah D.)
    26. Why are M&Ms different colours if they all taste the same? (Contributed by Catharine)
    27. Why aren't they called bakies instead of cookies? (Contributed by Kevin Wanzer)
    28. Why do teenagers always put the empty cookie box back in the cupboard but leave the half-eaten packet on the countertop? (Contributed by Sally Johnston, The Edmonton Sun)
    29. How do they make jelly beans? Do they take, for example, a "juicy pear" and stuff it in a jelly bean? (Contributed by Lana, Emma, Molly, and Margaret)
    30. What if the whole world was made of candy and you had to eat everywhere you went? (Contributed by Don F.)
    31. When you eat a jawbreaker, why doesn't your jaw break? (Contributed by Pirate)
    32. When you chew a New-Breath, who's new breath are you getting? (Contributed by Pirate)
    33. How come when you eat sour candy you make weird faces? (Contributed by Danielle)
    34. Isnít chewing gum and sucking on lollipops really just eating flavored saliva? (Contributed by Yep)
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