Friday, April 4, 2014

Answering Questions: Mike Monaco

How many pits in a peck? - Mike Monaco

I think that you mean pints, and the answer is just a little over 18.

What's the difference between a camel and a lion? - Mike Monaco

Well, a camel is a handy herbivore that can be used for labor, food, clothing and riding. They smell terrible and have a kick that could break a lesser man in half without so much as a flick of their tail for the trouble. They are incredible survivors who love environments that many of us find inhospitable. The lion, on the other hand, is carnivore of the highest order that eats man and beast with equal measures pleasure. The males are by and large useless walking sacks of sperm while the females are deadly killing machines that suffer under the company of their wayward companions.


  1. Wrong, sorry. Any damn fool knows there's more than 18 pits in a peck. And #2: The answer is "because of the hump."

    Those were two questions from an old Jerky Boys sketch. I though they were high-larious 15 or 20 years ago.

    Now that I saw you mention Thus spoke Zarathustra, I'm surprised you didn't go in that direction for the camel-lion-(child) thing.

    Thanks for playing!

    1. Damn! I had forgotten about the Jerky Boys.


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