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A Sampling Of The Absolute Creepiest Questions On Quora Right Now

OCTOBER 22, 2015  —  By Tim Unkenholz  
Tim Unkenholz

Tim Unkenholz

Writer and stand up comedian in NY. Check out my monthly comedy show Roomie Raiders at the Creek and The Cave! @timunken

Founded in 2010 by two Facebook employees, Quora has quickly become a more reliable question-and-answer website than Yahoo Answers, which is slowly crumbling into the sea of its own ironic queries and illegitimate responses.

The reason why Quora is successful has to do with a complicated system of question aggregation and editing from its own users done in the style of Wikipedia. But just because it's highly supervised doesn't mean that all of the content is totally sane. Here are some of the creepiest questions people have actually asked on Quora.

Someone keeps asking Quora user Ani Ravi what she is wearing.

And she keeps answering.

What does dog taste like?

We can only hope that this post wasn't made by a hungry dog owner.

What does human flesh taste like?

That escalated quickly.

What is the creepiest thing you can say in someone's ear as you hug them?

This is a pretty great way to compile a list of people who should never be hugged.

If I smell a fart, does that mean someone's butt particles are in my nose?

A fair question.

Why are animals at the zoo allowed to have nude sex in public?

As if the animals are into you watching...?

Can people eat poop?

Let's replace "can" with "should."

How is the skin of a banana?

First of all, this is a bit vague. Second of all, can't we just call it a peel?

What should I do if a 13-year-old wants to sleep with me, and I'm 21 years old?

I feel like the answer here should be pretty obvious.

What does it feel like to murder someone?

The answer that was provided by a prison inmate is actually quite fascinating.

I suppose that it is our ability to question life that separates us from the animals (besides, of course, not being able to have sex at public zoos). But maybe some of these people should consider talking to a therapist.

 

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