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Topic: Measurement

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- If this is the computer age how come shoe stores still have only that medieval looking device to measure my foot? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
- What is the diameter of a square? (Contributed by Mystery Guest)
- Isn't the shortest distance between two points how far apart they are? (Contributed by Manthey)
- Who cares how long a piece of string is? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
- Where does short end and tall begin? (Contributed by Laurel Hrabarchuk)
- We have mileage, yardage and footage. So why don't we have inchage? (Contributed by Keith Sullivan)
- How close is close? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
- Why do we still measure the speed of a car by the number of horses it takes to pull it? (Contributed by Dahl Kaiser)
- If the texts in the Bible have never changed over the years, why is the measurement of the Ark given in metres? Isn't metres the modern method of measurement? (Contributed by Wai Kaey Ng)
- Why is it bad to be incomplete, when it's even worse to be finished? (Contributed by Sarah D.)
- Which is bigger, small or little? (Contributed by CyberFlo)
- Why is it that when you reach 47, you start losing count and you actually have to start counting from one in order to find out whether you are 46 or 47? Is it because the brain cells that have died have finally reached some kind of critical mass? (Contributed by Daniel Rey M.)
- Isn't the shortest distance between two jokes, a straight line? (Contributed by Terry Galan)
- How long is 'three shakes of a lambs tail'? And how do you know if the lamb has been calibrated against the international atomic clock? (Contributed by David Kirby)
- If people can have triplets and quadruplets, why not singlets and doublets? (Contributed by Patri Walter)
- Doesn't distance make us wiser? Because without distance, we would not know closeness, right? (Contributed by The Duke of Endor)
- How high is up? (Contributed by Maury)
- How much is a little bit? (Contributed by Janis G.)
- How do they know that humans get taller when they are in outer space? How do they know which way is up? Might they be getting wider instead? (Contributed by Don F.)
- How does the world's shortest man get on carnival rides? (Contributed by R.F.)
- How big is a small crowd? (Contributed by Solo)
- How much is 'lots'? (Contributed by Randy)
- How far can you walk into the woods before you start to come out? (Contributed by Luna)
- If we're halfway from here to there, which is which? (Contributed by Jason)
- When you perform a head count, do Siamese twins count as one or two? (Contributed by Berta B.)
- What is the opposite of medium? (Contributed by Ralphie)
- Just because everything is different doesn't mean anything has changed, does it? (Contributed by Irene Peter)
- How big is the world biggest house? (Contributed by Pat F.)
- How wide is the Earth? (Contributed by Pat F.)
- How far away is the horizon? (Contributed by Pat F.)
- How long is a string? (Contributed by Pat F.)
- How do you measure happiness? (Contributed by Pat F.)
- Exactly how tall do you have to be to be tall? (Contributed by Janet Z.)
- If there is an extra small and an extra large, why aren’t there extra mediums? (Contributed by Anon)

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