Requesting Answers

wack·a·doo·dle
/ˈwakəˌdo͞odl/
noun: wackadoodle
1. an eccentric or fanatical person.

I was chatting back and forth with a peer last week, someone with an even crazier sense of humor than yours truly.

We have had several silly “interesting” conversations over the years.

Extremely interesting.

(And not inappropriate, I might add.)

Simply weird and crazy senses of humor coming together in an email string or over the phone.

On this occasion, I was called a wackadoodle, the crazy eccentric person that I am.

What?

Nope, peer is the wackadoodle. I am the sane one.

No, really, I am.

Anyhow, what I would appreciate, peeps, are answers to my questions:

What’s a doodle?

What type of instrument is used to whack a doodle?

Can a wackadoodle be arrested for whacking a doodle?

What is the answer to this math problem?

Anyone? I need answers!


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31 responses to Requesting Answers

  1. Dan Antion says:

    Hmmmm, the only doodle I know is the mindless drawing type that fills every piece of paper I’ve ever been given. I’ve been chastised, reprimanded and outright punished for doodling. If you go back to 1st grade, I was probably whacked by Mrs. Ashman.

    I wish I had the answer, because it’s hard not responding to Mary asking for math. I will say this, I’m not sure you’re the sane one 🙂

    “Doodles Just Want to Whack”

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Wow, Dan, I think you deserve 500 bonus doodles and a “get out of jail free” card for your thoughtful answers.

      But my insanity says no. Sorry.

      BTW, the peer who called me a wackadoodle is a doodler…during meetings. Not punishable by anything other than a few eye rolls.

      • Dan Antion says:

        Aw, rats. I was ready to spend those bonus points on more pens.

        I got more than a few eye rolls. When I was consulting, and doodling in Workpapers, I was yelled at.

      • bikerchick57 says:

        No worries, Dan. I’ll return 100 bonus points to you for the doofus who doesn’t understand the benefit in doodling. You should be able to buy a box of colored pens at the dollar store with those points.

  2. Laura says:

    Best.math.problem.EVER.
    For what it’s worth I do not believe any wackadoodle should be held accountable for wacking a doodle because who else is gonna keep them in line? 😆

  3. John Hric says:

    pre-wacked doodles and drifting poodles. What this is really missing is a Cheshire Cat and a certain uncertainty clause with multiple exceptions and digressions of interminable length and abominable logic. All pause now for an internal application of anti-sanity silly sauce. Where whir we ? Did someone actually suggest math ? And without stating the base for a frame of reference. That is the spirit. Now anything is possible.

    • bikerchick57 says:

      I love “pre-wacked doodles and drifting poodles.” It’s so poetic! You get some type of prize for that, yet to be doodled by the paw of my cat who prefers to yowl rather than smile. He will add an incomprehensible clause for acceptance of this prize, certain to make you scratch your head and go, “Huh?” That does not preclude you, however, from formulating a 30 minute speech, thanking no one in particular and explaining in detail the answer to 2+2.

  4. willowdot21 says:

    Wackadoo and wackadoodle are elaborations of wacky, wack, or wacko, used to refer to people regarded as eccentric. The silliness of the words themselves contributes to their mildly contemptuous effect. I suppose you’d use a stick 😁😁😁

  5. joey says:

    That’s whack! I’m with Dan on doodles. Doodling is good. Wackadoodles are my people. Embrace your weirdness. It keeps life interesting.

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