1. What is the opposite of right?
What is the first thing that pops into your head? Did you think the answer was "wrong" or did you think the answer was "left", or did you think of something different? There is no wrong answers in this test. Don't look at my answers until you have come up with your own answers.
2. Is the speed of light always constant?
No. The speed that light travels depends on the medium that it is traveling through. For example, the speed of light in water is only about three quarters of what it is in a vacuum.
3. How high is the sky?
Well now the answer to this question depends on what you call the sky, and yes, there are different definitions of the sky. Most life doesn't exist above about three miles although the sky extends to around 250 miles above the Earth depending on location. The distance is a little less at the poles and a little greater at the equator. OK, I still don't know how high the sky is. Seems I remember a song which asked that question.
4. Has a blind person ever fallen in love at first sight?
Maybe at first touch or when first heard or at first smell, but not at first sight. If there are any blind couples reading this, please answer (grin, grin, grin).
5. A broker makes investments for other people. If you are broke and your friend is broker than you are, does that mean that your friend is the one who should invest your money, since he is a broker.
It would worry me a bit to have all my money put in the hands of someone who is broker than. . . whatever.
6. There was an airplane crash and every single person on board died, but somehow two people survived. How was this possible?
The two who survived were not single, they were a married couple.
7. Does anyone know, in Denmark, what the word Svangerskabsforebyggendemiddel means?
It is a Condom. After the time it would take you to figure out how to pronounce that word, you both would be out of the mood. . .
OK, that is enough of that for awhile. Don't forget to let us know how many of them you got right. Now, you all have a great day, you hear?