Well, Guru doesn't and we need your help! See if you can answer these amazingly difficult questions and win yourself the joy of being right!
Or she could have just hit him over the head with the book until he did what she wanted
What non-medical reason caused a 43-year-old woman from Udon Thani to faint last week?
A)The sight of her reflection in the mirror.
B)Her husband's overwhelming foot odour.
C)The discovery of a ghost under her bed.
D)Her egregious water bill. Panpis Srisong claims she fainted after receiving a water bill for 904,853 baht. She says her bill is usually between 300 to 600 baht, and the almost-million-baht invoice caused her to pass out. She has filed a complaint with the Provincial Waterworks Authority, and they have admitted that the amount could be a mistake as they are in the process of switching billing service companies.
Along with the numerous documented adverse effects, why else should you quit smoking?
A)Because no one wants to kiss an ashtray.
B)Because too many of your clothes have cigarette-shaped burns in them.
C)Because nicotine-stained fingers and teeth aren't becoming.
D)Because new findings suggest that smoking can "rot" the brain. In a study of 8,800 people over 50, researchers at King's College London detected a high risk between smoking and cognitive decline and dementia as smokers get older. Participants in the study were asked to complete brain tests, and there was a consistent association between smoking and lower scores in the tests. Researchers advise that people should eat a balanced diet, maintain a healthy weight, exercise regularly, check their blood pressure and cholesterol, and not smoke (duh) to reduce their risk of a future rotten brain.
On what grounds did a 41-year-old British woman divorce her husband?
A)He never put the toilet seat down.
B)He was a dog person and she was a cat person.
C)He had a hairy back.
D)He refused to take inspiration from Fifty Shades of Grey in the bedroom. The woman, who was not named, alleges that her husband's "boring attitude" towards sex is evidence of "unreasonable behaviour" and grounds for divorce, according to the Daily Mail. She bought the bestselling erotic novel to try to spice up their sex life, but apparently her husband wasn't feeling it.
About the author
- Writer: Sumati Sivasiamphai
Position: Guru Editor