Q: Are you really British?
A: Most of us are. Some parts were imported through international trading.
Q: How to hide a dead body?
A: Easy, don't kill anybody.
Q: Does FAQ mean "frequently asked questions" or "frequently answered questions"?
A: If you break it down with logic, it has to be "asked" because if such questions were being answered more frequently then being asked, there would be no reason for an FAQ. The fact that there are a greater number of that one question being asked, leads us to believe that the ability to answer them all is too much to handle, so therefore, we go with Frequently Asked Questions.
Q: Do you like Michael Bay
A: I'm sure he makes a good tear and share.
Q: Do you have a problem with the Spice Girls?
A: No but we do have an unresolved issue of a scratched car door that we would like to ask SClub7 about... when we get the chance.
Q: What would happen if I googled Google?
A: You would break the internet.
Q: Are those your real voices on the podcast?
A: No, we're actually Amur leopard's but as we're so rare we keep our real identities secret. Oh......
Q: How long does it take a giraffe to vomit?
A: 5 minutes.
Q: What's the best way to peel an orange?
A: The best way is to roll the orange in your hands in an under/over round motion which allows the skin of the orange to separate from the fruit. The orange is then easier to peel - and sometimes you can peel it in one piece. This method can be seen in the film "Falling in Love" where Meryl Streep peels an orange using this very method.
Q: I've been a pilot for 20 years now, I was wondering, what's your favourite altitude? Mine is 28,000 feet.
A: 30,000 feet.
Q: Do you have any D sized batteries? My fisher price elephant ball toy stopped working.
A: Art Deco cabinet in the dining room. Second drawer down on the left.
Q: How many potatoes do you have in your pocket?
A: Andy has 3 but Stephen currently holds the title with 87.
Q: Do you think caterpillars know that they're supposed to become butterflies?
A: No it's always a surprise.
Q: What do Debra Wingers fingers smell like?
A: Vanilla and lotus leaves.
Q: How many Frame by Frame podcast hosts does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: 2; 1 to change the lightbulb the other to record the event.
Q: Have either of you ever worked in the porn industry?
A: You can only judge a person on how well they make the bed the morning after and not by their performance the night before.
Q: Can I have a photo of your Dad?
A: Yes, sure.
Q: I hate public toilets, how can use a bathroom without catching something icky?
A: Tear toilet paper (in sets of three or four pieces) and place them around the seat. This allows you to sit on the seat without making contact to anything untoward. This method can be seen being used by Sigourney Weaver in the film Copycat - just before she is hung by the psycho who was waiting for her in the next cubicle.
Q: How do I now get over my fear of being gorotted by a stranger in a public bathroom?
A: Ooops. Sorry. Don't park next to vans?
Q: If pizzas are round why is the box they come in square?
A: So the pizza is easier to remove from the packaging.
Q: Are you a cat or a dog person?
A: Neither, we are human persons.
Q: My baby won't stop crying. What should I do?
A: In Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, Mary Elizabeth Matrontonio made a "oooooh" sound to sooth a new-born baby. The mere changing of sound from a baby scream "ahhhhh" upon hearing "ooooooh" distracts the baby. Newborn babies can't make an "ooooh" sound so this forces a sound emulation process which therefore is replaced with confusion and silence.
Q: Why did Gene Hackman retire?
A: Because "movie industry".