Genre – Non-fiction
Book Length – 224 pages
Reading Time – 2.5 hours
Style/ Plot – This has to be the funniest book I have read this year (so far). It contains over 199 random questions that we have all thought about at one point in time or the other.
My favourite questions are:
1. Did you ever notice that people who say they don’t care what other people think are usually desperate to have people think they don’t care what people think?
- Why are so many people afraid of clowns?
Why are organic food products more expensive?
Why are basketballs orange
What do you call a male midwife?
Favourite Quote – “Ironically, the Kellogg brothers were staunch vegetarians, but their name comes from a medieval English surname for a butcher; it literally meant ‘kill hog’”. Lol.
Recommendation – If you are looking for a serious but not so serious book to learn from, keep you entertained and laugh out loud, this book is for you. I randomly burst out laughing on my commute to and fro work. Plus I kept disturbing my friend by reading out answers to questions I had no idea existed.
Rating – 5/5