Google questions: When you suck at answering ask the grumpies

Q:  should i roll my 401k plan at tiaa cref over to edward d jones

A:  No!  NO!  A thousand times no!!!  OMG that is a horrible terrible idea.  Don’t do it!  You will lose so much money.  AIEEEEE!

Q:  when is a second job not worth it

A:  When the marginal cost outweighs the marginal benefit?  Or maybe when the present discounted value of the job is not worth your next choice option?

Q:  do they give phd for accounting

A:  Yes

Q:  do smart toddlers sleep less

A:  On average, yes, according to survey evidence.

Q:  what happens if house is condemned still owe money it

A:  You still owe money on it.  (Consult your local regulations and lawyer.)

Q:  do nursing faculty usually get summers off?

A:  Depends on the school.  The ones I know teach year round, but that may just be school specific.

Q:  why is it superstitious not to sleep with any body parts hanging off the bed

A:  Because that’s not a real thing to worry about unless you keep your bed over like crocodiles or piranha or something.

Q:  can a tired gifted child do badly in iq test

A:  Yes.

Q:  who is mados

A:  maybe a cousin of Manos?

Q:  why are dentists weird

A:  Nobody knows, but damn are there some odd ducks.

4 Responses to “Google questions: When you suck at answering ask the grumpies”

  1. chacha1 Says:

    Q: why is it superstitious not to sleep with any body parts hanging off the bed

    A: Because that’s not a real thing to worry about unless you keep your bed over like crocodiles or piranha or something.

    HAHAHAHAAAA
    *sigh* I needed that.

  2. becca Says:

    Some of us have cats that like to imitate crocodiles or piranha or somethings and attack bits of the body that are hanging off the bed….

  3. Tree of Knowledge Says:

    I couldn’t sleep with my hand hanging off of the bed for years after watching The Haunting (the black and white movie). Like, a full decade, and I saw that movie as an adult and had read the book its based on.


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