What do you get when you cross a riddle with a rhetorical question?
Who’s on first?
Maybe a rhetoriddle?
Are you really expecting an answer to is this question or are you just trying to make some kind of point?
They throw one cigarette overboard and make the boat a cigarette lighter.
You get the sound of one hand clapping.
"What do you get when you cross a riddle with a rhetorical question? "
A riddleiculous answer.
“How many rhetorical questions does it take to change a light bulb?”
Does it really make sound if no one’s there to hear it?
A raven and a writing-desk?
What do YOU get?
No soap. Radio.
One of its legs are both the same.