• Who buys their mother underwear for Mother's Day?

    Best answer: Evidently David Jones thinks more people should,.... I would think it is aimed at Dads who are buying something for the wife, the mother of his children. But uh,... still seems a little weird to me. Stick with flowers and chocolate. Or a jumper. Socks even. Stay away from Mom's understuffs for Mothers Day.
    Best answer: Evidently David Jones thinks more people should,.... I would think it is aimed at Dads who are buying something for the wife, the mother of his children. But uh,... still seems a little weird to me. Stick with flowers and chocolate. Or a jumper. Socks even. Stay away from Mom's understuffs for Mothers Day.
    9 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 1 decade ago
  • Does anyone know how much it costs to get a u.s. passport at costco in california?

    A passport photo at Costco costs $4.95, a pretty good deal! If you are feeling crafty and want a project you can make your own! It is a little known fact that there is no magic to passport photos, they are just photos of particular dimensions. For instructions, checkout the Lifehacker site... show more
    A passport photo at Costco costs $4.95, a pretty good deal! If you are feeling crafty and want a project you can make your own! It is a little known fact that there is no magic to passport photos, they are just photos of particular dimensions. For instructions, checkout the Lifehacker site here: http://www.lifehacker.com/software/photo... You need to get the passport itself from a government office like a Post Office or an Embassy. The passport application fee is $67. The execution fee is $30. The total is $97 and if you need to get it fast it costs an extra $60 plus shipping.
    8 answers · Packing & Preparation · 1 decade ago
  • Why does a spider nest itself in a catacomb of spider web?

    She's just sleepy, due to incubating eggs. Take the glass home and leave it by your bed, right side up where it can be kept warm and hydrated. Eventually the spider will wake up, crawl into your nose, and lay it's eggs. The circle of life!
    She's just sleepy, due to incubating eggs. Take the glass home and leave it by your bed, right side up where it can be kept warm and hydrated. Eventually the spider will wake up, crawl into your nose, and lay it's eggs. The circle of life!
    2 answers · Zoology · 1 decade ago
  • What do you believe the monster in ‘Lost’ really is?

    some sort of grey goo,nanotech securuty system gone wrong. It has some intelligence that helps it decide who to kill and who to leave alone.
    some sort of grey goo,nanotech securuty system gone wrong. It has some intelligence that helps it decide who to kill and who to leave alone.
    8,497 answers · Television · 1 decade ago
  • I am opening a coffee shop soon, can anyone help me with a name?

    Hot Revenge or The Bitter Sip
    Hot Revenge or The Bitter Sip
    46 answers · Non-Alcoholic Drinks · 1 decade ago
  • -1 day remainig??!?!?! cmon r u joking me?

    See the thing is, there was nuclear war. It's just that those of us left behind have been transported to an alternate reality where we will experiece the tribulation. This was all done without us noticing, infinite power of the allmighty and all, the believers were taken to heaven, and their bodies were replaced with shells who appear to us... show more
    See the thing is, there was nuclear war. It's just that those of us left behind have been transported to an alternate reality where we will experiece the tribulation. This was all done without us noticing, infinite power of the allmighty and all, the believers were taken to heaven, and their bodies were replaced with shells who appear to us non believers as actual, functioning, very disappointed people (they have to pay their credit card bills now, you see). Long live the Yisrayl shell! If you don't believe me check out the Bible, well, not the Bible, my Bible, the one I wrote.
    26 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago
  • The best non alchoholic party punch?

    Ayahuasca. Happy partying. Bring some buckets.
    Ayahuasca. Happy partying. Bring some buckets.
    10 answers · Non-Alcoholic Drinks · 1 decade ago
  • Tell me lies about Iraq?

    In Iraq it is customary for boys of a certain age, lets say 12, to take a beetle of a type of his choosing as a pet and name it 'Ernie'. Most boys choose the scarab beetle, however, it is not available. In it's stead they settle for a Beatle. Paul and John are equally popular. Arty intelligent boys go for George. Only infidels choose... show more
    In Iraq it is customary for boys of a certain age, lets say 12, to take a beetle of a type of his choosing as a pet and name it 'Ernie'. Most boys choose the scarab beetle, however, it is not available. In it's stead they settle for a Beatle. Paul and John are equally popular. Arty intelligent boys go for George. Only infidels choose Ringo. But it doesn't really matter because after the fact they are all named Ernie. When the boy turns 13 he creates a diorama depicting the boys favorite scene from 'I Love Lucy'. Ernie the beetle is caged in the diorama and the whole thing is set alight in the boys' familes' rumpus room. The family sings a rendition of 'The Boys Are Back in Town' by Thin Lizzy in three part harmony, then extiguishes the diorama remains with a gallon of Tab. The boy is now declared a man.
    10 answers · Politics · 1 decade ago
  • Who makes the best road bicycle.?

    Best answer: There is no 'best' road bike. There are a lot of great ones and most reputable cycle shops will have at least on model (probably hanging in the front window) that'll set you back upwards of Fifty or Sixty benjamins that represents the forefront of cycling technology. It might go fast but it also might fall apart when you... show more
    Best answer: There is no 'best' road bike. There are a lot of great ones and most reputable cycle shops will have at least on model (probably hanging in the front window) that'll set you back upwards of Fifty or Sixty benjamins that represents the forefront of cycling technology. It might go fast but it also might fall apart when you are not being trailed by a van of expert cycle mechanics with unlimited top of the line parts. It might also be viciously uncomfortable. Forget about finding the 'best' and find the 'best for you'.
    6 answers · Cycling · 1 decade ago
  • Does anyone else think the word GAF dominates?

    GAF absolutely dominates.
    GAF absolutely dominates.
    4 answers · Languages · 1 decade ago
  • It is the morning after - How can I get rid of my hangover?

    For an extreme hangover you are out of luck. Drink water, take a strong pain killer with codeine if it is available in your location, call in a sickie and go back to bed. I can't abide hair of the dog, the thought of alcohol on any day where excess played a part of the night before makes me wretch. For a light to medium hangover I have... show more
    For an extreme hangover you are out of luck. Drink water, take a strong pain killer with codeine if it is available in your location, call in a sickie and go back to bed. I can't abide hair of the dog, the thought of alcohol on any day where excess played a part of the night before makes me wretch. For a light to medium hangover I have always found exercise and water to be the best bet. As awful as it sounds before you get moving an easy jog seems to get the blood pumping and clear everything out. And the best part is, when you get back you have burned a bunch of calories. That clears the way for a big, guilt-free, feel-good greasy breakfast. Bring on the bacon!
    28 answers · Other - General Health Care · 1 decade ago
  • Has anyone ever tried ayahuasca?

    Best answer: I've never tried it but lots of people have. It has been in use by westerners for at least the last fifty years and by people in South America for thousands of years prior to that. From everything I have heard or read the experience is of the life-changing variety, for better or worse. It is regarded as a medicine traditionally... show more
    Best answer: I've never tried it but lots of people have. It has been in use by westerners for at least the last fifty years and by people in South America for thousands of years prior to that. From everything I have heard or read the experience is of the life-changing variety, for better or worse. It is regarded as a medicine traditionally and experimentation should not be entered into lightly. Wikipedia has a good amount of starting info linked below. There are many experiences written up and available online, try forums.ayahuasca.com.
    5 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago
  • What Is A Good Name For A Gaming Magazine (That Isn't Already Taken), And A Good Sub Heading For It?

    Best answer: Heading: Special Moves Sub: To the next level! Heading: 1Up Sub: Extra Lives Heading: Sore Thumb Sub: Hurts so good,... Heading: Overstimulated Sub: Tuesday, Oct 8th, 2:30 am (each issue has a new time and date)
    Best answer: Heading: Special Moves Sub: To the next level! Heading: 1Up Sub: Extra Lives Heading: Sore Thumb Sub: Hurts so good,... Heading: Overstimulated Sub: Tuesday, Oct 8th, 2:30 am (each issue has a new time and date)
    3 answers · Magazines · 1 decade ago
  • How to write a sentence with "whack"?

    "And the lord said whack ye all the serpents which crawl on their bellies and the town shall be a beacon onto others." What day is Whacking Day again this year? I keep forgetting,..
    "And the lord said whack ye all the serpents which crawl on their bellies and the town shall be a beacon onto others." What day is Whacking Day again this year? I keep forgetting,..
    10 answers · Homework Help · 1 decade ago
  • A quick lesson on the nature of things for White men only. Well?

    Best answer: Maybe I get it, the metaphor is a bit of a stretch tho. I'm not sure what the lesson is supposed to be tho. And why only white men? The only thing I can think is that you are trying to send some message about the coming race wars and that all them supremacists need to get to building battleships. If that is your message I... show more
    Best answer: Maybe I get it, the metaphor is a bit of a stretch tho. I'm not sure what the lesson is supposed to be tho. And why only white men? The only thing I can think is that you are trying to send some message about the coming race wars and that all them supremacists need to get to building battleships. If that is your message I ain't wit dat, and we aren't on the same page. The nature of my things hears alarm bells when someone says for "white men only".
    11 answers · Other - Pregnancy & Parenting · 1 decade ago