Turning Lamebos Into Rainbows

Rambling Goat and Nonsense Unicorn present… The Awesome Person's Guide to Life

Questions to life #9

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1. What’s the difference between a frankfurt and a sausage? I know one is red and one is brown but aren’t the ingredients the same??

2. Why do dogs like to be patted on the face? If someone did that to me all the time, I’d be pissed.

3. Why do they always give me an 0 in a Captcha? Is it a 0 or a O?! Or a little L (l) or a capital i (I)? I don’t know what font they’re using!
And if I get it wrong (which I’ll admit to doing very regularly), does it mean I’m not human?! o.O

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Author: ramblingg0at

Life loves to set me up for its own entertainment. But instead of me hiding these awkward moments, I plan on sharing them for my own (and possibly your) amusement. Now who's laughing, life?

2 thoughts on “Questions to life #9

  1. Question #1: Typically hot dogs and frankfurters (sausages) are very similar but there can be differences in the material used for the casing. Additionally hot dogs typically have a smooth texture, more resembling a past while frankfurters tend to have pieces of meat that can be distinguished. It is 2:01am, I am still awake and I actually researched that for you…wtf, lol.

    Question #2: It is 2:01am and I have no f**king clue.

    Question #3: See response to question #2.

    Time for bed! 😉

    • Hahaha I’m actually super appreciative vic, thanks for that! I don’t think there’s ever a moment we should stop learning so as much as I want to know the answers, I’m sure others want to know them too 😀

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