Why was the New Age culinary school a failure?
Answer: Too many kooks spoiled the broth.
A particularly troublesome spirit of a chicken would be known as . . . .?
Answer: A poultry geist.
In filming a thriller about a mind-over-matter-using serial killer, what would the director’s call for “Action!” invite?
Answer: Psycho kinetics.
In England, where cereal crops are called “corn,” what should crop-circle enthusiasts be called when their ideas are especially far out?
Answer: Corn flakes.
What do you call a skilled dart player who can hit a chi point on a meridians chart?
Answer: An accurate puncturist.
Hearing a noise, the cryptozoologist first thought he’d had a close shave with a monster, but what then happened?
Answer: He used Occam’s razor.
- If we had magic powers, what might we turn the prince of phoney marvels into—rather than a frog?
Answer: The Lizard of Oz.
- What could we call a site important to the history of UFOs?
Answer: A hysterical landmark.
- What did James Randi—the world-renowned psychic investigator—reveal about the man who claimed to move the pages of an open book by psychokinesis?
Answer: That he was a blowhard.
- What should you give a hungry vampire?
Answer: A stake.