20 People Who Asked Insane Questions And Left Us Even More Confused

Whoever said there's no such thing as a dumb question, clearly hadn't heard a lot of questions in their lifetime. Because there are plenty of things someone can ask that... well, let's just say they don't make sense.

People posed these questions online, for some reason. I'm not really sure why anyone would need answers to these, but, well, they exist.

It might be time to talk to a professional instead of the internet.

I'm no doctor, but this kind of question seems like something you should go to the hospital for. As gross as it is, I hope this person found an answer because... what?

This is a costume no one should wear for Halloween.

I think the only correct answer to this question is no. Or, like, sure, if you're perfectly fine getting arrested for public indecency. Seriously, what was this person even thinking when asking this question?

Yeah, I kind of feel like I'm drowning in bad logic right now.

Do you think this person thought "dressing as a fish for Halloween" meant actually becoming a fish? Because there's no reason for you to be in water... right? Like, I can't be the only one confused about this question.

Hey, buddy, I have some bad news for you.

I feel like if you have to ask, the relationship is already over. I wouldn't be surprised if this person ended up becoming this girlfriend's next ex sometime very soon. But does that mean the cycle of having exes come over would keep continuing?

This seems like a bit of an overreaction for a simple word.

First of all, the kid is 15. She probably says worse when her parents aren't in earshot, if we're being honest.

And, like, she's 15. This kind of punishment for the word "hell" seems like overkill.

Speaking of weird, controlling parents... what?

This parent should absolutely not shave their kid's beard off when he's sleeping. Also, it's just a beard. It really isn't a big deal. He'll probably shave it off himself in a few weeks or months, anyway.

I can only imagine how that conversation would go.

Could you even imagine that conversation? I feel like the daughter would be saying even more things about her parent during the next video therapy session. Which would probably cause another conversation, if I'm being real here.

This doesn't even seem like something to be mad about.

You know what? Those shows are actually pretty good. I don't see why watching Disney at 14 should be a big deal at all. I guess some parents can't handle their kids having good taste in media.

The real question here should be, "how does a foot become possessed?"

I really want to know how just a foot can become possessed, instead of, like, someone's whole body. I'm sure that holy water won't hurt, but it probably won't help, either. It might be time to go to a priest or something.

I know babies can be annoying, but this seems like a strange reaction.

I'm pretty sure that if you tried to call the cops over a noise complaint like this, they just wouldn't show. What can you do to stop a baby from crying in the middle of the night, after all?

An interesting question, sure. But the answer's still no.

I would really love to know what lead this person to believe that there was even a possibility that ice cream could occur in the wild. Like, I wish it did, but no.

Just because you *can*, though, doesn't mean you *should*.

Technically, you can do whatever you want. That doesn't mean you won't get arrested, though, so maybe you should avoid this particular activity.

I'm not even sure why someone would want to do this.

I feel like we're missing a lot of context here.

I honestly really want to know what you have to do to get stuck in your basement stairs. What life choices lead to this?

On the plus side, though, it looks like this person still has internet access.

There are probably a bunch of ways, but why would you want to?

I can't imagine why anyone would want to fill their house with dirt. Like, unless they're planning on turning their house into some kind of forest? But, why would that thought even cross someone's mind?

Gee, I really wonder who was in the right.

I feel like if you have to resort to throwing food at the dinner table, you've already lost. There have to be better ways to get your kid to put his phone away during dinner. But hey, what do I know?

Well, do they?

I feel like this isn't a question anyone needs to ask. After all, why wouldn't Australians use toilet paper. Like... it's toilet paper. Everyone uses it.

I don't even know why I'm entertaining an answer to this question.

Is it just me, or does this question seem oddly specific?

Maybe this person was watching some weird TV show or something. But still, why would this question cross anyone's mind? What do you have to be doing to think about a random kid accidentally committing mass murder?

It's almost like grades aren't everything.

There's more to life than getting good grades. And while school is important, it's not like it's going to be the end all, be all for the rest of your life.

I guess this person missed the memo, though.

Man, why do the termites get to have all the fun!?

I can't be the only one who doesn't see the connection between humans and termites, right? Then again, maybe I shouldn't bother trying to find the logic.

In theory, you could eat wood. But, like, maybe you shouldn't.

I really hope there was no real fish involved here.

Please, please tell me that this person is asking a hypothetical question, and they haven't put a goldfish in... urine.

Maybe they were asking if a fish could survive being flushed down the toilet? Still, don't do that to a living thing.

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