|What is the meaning of this rebus?
You are out of order (the letters “U” and “R” have traded places; U R out of order).
Everything you wanted to know about monsters.
If you are offended by satirical depictions in cartoons, you may also want to stay away from mirrors.
Jim Meskimen performs an A to Z of celebrity voices.
He looked at her slowly… then said, “You’re A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K.”
She asks, “What does that mean?”
He said, “Adorable, Beautiful, Cute, Delightful, Elegant, Foxy, Gorgeous, Hot.
She smiled happily and said, “Oh, that’s so lovely. What about I, J, K?”
He said, “I’m Just Kidding!”
Dyslexie is a typeface for dyslectics.
The University of Twente did research on the typeface. Hereby a part of their conclusion:
“The dyslectics made fewer errors, than the normal readers, on the EMT with the font “Dyslexie”. This is an indication that reading with the font “Dyslexie” decreases the amount of reading errors.”
Q: What letter of the alphabet is an insect?
A: B. (bee)
Q: What letter is a part of the head?
A: I. (eye)
Q: What letter is a drink?
A: T. (tea)
Q: What letter is a body of water?
A: C. (sea)
Q: What letter is a pronoun like “you”?
A: The letter ” I “
Q: What letter is a vegetable?
A: P. (pea)
Q: What letter is an exclamation?
A: O. (oh!)
Q: What letter is looking for causes ?
A: Y. (why)
Q: What four letters frighten a thief?
A: O.I.C.U. (Oh I see you!)
Q: What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment but not once in a thousand years?
A: The letter “m”.
Q: Why is the letter “T” like an island ?
A: Because it is in the middle of waTer.
Q: In what way can the letter “A” help a deaf lady?
A: It can make “her” “hear.
Q: Which is the loudest vowel?
A: The letter “I”. It is always in the midst of noise
Q: What way are the letter “A” and “noon” alike?
A: Both of them are in the middle of the “day”.
Q: Why is “U” the happiest letter?
A: Because it is in the middle of “fun”.
Q: What word of only three syllables contains 26 letters?
A: Alphabet = (26 letters)
Q: What relatives are dependent on “you”?
A: Aunt, uncle, cousin. They all need “U”.