F in exams.

22 Sep

I bought another pre-loved books, one in particular was F in Exams by Richard Benson. The book was about examples of creative answers from clueless but canny students. Even by reading the cover already make me laugh.

Laughter is a good medicine.

Here are some of them.
Q: What is a vacuum?
A: Something my mum says I should use more often.

Q: Describe the chemical differences between H2O and CO2.
A: H2O is hot water. CO2 is cold water.

Q: What is the highest frequency noise that a human can register?
A: Mariah Carey.

Q: Adam cuts his arm. Blood gushes out and is red in colour. What does this show?
A: He is not a robot, he’s a real boy!

Q: What does ‘terminal illness’ mean?
A: When you become ill at the airport.

Q: Explain the concept of homeostasis.
A: It is when you stay at home all day and don’t go out.

Q: What instrument do you use to measure temperature?
A: A trombone.

Q: Explain the meaning of the word ‘magma’.
A: Japanese cartoons.

Q: What is lahar?
A: A city in Pakistan.

Q: What was the main industry in Persia?
A: Cats.

Q: The race of people known as Malays come from which country?
A: Malaria.

Q: Name the smaller rivers which run into the Nile.
A: The Juveniles.

Q: Name six animals which live specifically in the Arctic.
A: Two polar bears and four seals.

Q: Inhabitants of Moscow are called…
A: Mosquitoes.

Q: Write two hundred thousands in figures.
A: Two hundred thousands in figures.

Q: What is a six-sided polygon known as?
A: An empty cage.

Q: What is random variable?
A: Someone with multiple personalities.


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