Who Invented Foxes?
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We can all say stupid things at times. But have you ever heard someone say something so overwhelmingly, mind-numbingly, face-palmingly stupid that you felt the urge to share it with the whole world? We have. That's why we invented WhoInventedFoxes.com.

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"Moving from Wales to Italy is like moving to a different country." (Professional footballer on his recent transfer)
    Posted by JT on 15 Sep 2009. + (6) - (0) Permalink
I have a vague feeling I know who said this.
    Posted by Tiger on 31 Oct 2009.

"What is the value of an 1881 bible written by george v jones worth?" (answer: "If it proves that The Bible was written by George V. Jones in 1881, it's absolutely priceless. Especially if you offer it to the Vatican first, so they can burn it and make sure the news never gets out." From WikiAnswers)
    Posted by JT on 21 Aug 2009. + (2) - (0) Permalink

What is the color of the Red-Tailed Hawks Tail?
    Posted by sawblade5 on 26 Feb 2010. + (6) - (0) Permalink

"Does that mean you're into witchcraft?" ([Name omitted], pointing at Star of David on a menorah.)
    Posted by JT on 13 Feb 2010. + (6) - (2) Permalink
YES.
    Posted by CheddarBBQ on 21 Feb 2010.
I get that question a lot, too, just because I have an inverted pentagram tattoo'd on my forehead. Idiots.
    Posted by Moosh on 23 Feb 2010.
That reminds me of somebody who lived int he town I grew up in, who had been a skinhead and into white supremacist politics during the 1970s and had a swastika and National Front symbol tattooed on his head. He later saw the error of his ways and grew his hair to cover the tats. Then, ten years later, he went bald.
    Posted by JT on 23 Feb 2010.

If I just put the tip in can she still get pregnant?
    Posted by fred on 29 May 2015. + (1) - (0) Permalink

"What are the symptoms when a guinea pig dies?"
    Posted by JT on 7 Jan 2010. + (7) - (0) Permalink
Lack of breathing is one to look out for.
    Posted by JT on 7 Jan 2010.
Lack of enthusiasm when he is near your anus.
    Posted by CheddarBBQ on 7 Jan 2010.
What kind of guinea pig did YOU have, Cheddar?
    Posted by Necropaxx on 8 Jan 2010.
The Guinean Guinea pig. The one with 12 inches of crude manpower.
    Posted by Moosh on 8 Jan 2010.
Ah, the Guinean Guinea Pig. A great pet for children (so long as you remember to buy plenty of Vaseline along with petfood).
    Posted by JT on 8 Jan 2010.
Is it realistically textured?
    Posted by Wrongfellow on 8 Jan 2010.
Lack of enthusiasm when he IS near your anus. Or Uranus for that matter.
    Posted by breadbocks on 5 Apr 2010.
Lack of enthusiasm when he is near poop.
    Posted by Tiger on 12 Dec 2010.

"Johann Bach wrote a great many musical compositions and had a large number of children. In between he practiced on an old spinster which he kept up in his attic. Bach died from 1750 to the present. Bach was the most famous composer in the world and so was Handel. Handel was half German half Italian and half English."
    Posted by JT on 14 Dec 2009. + (6) - (0) Permalink

"Does it rain in Brazil?" (Source's colleague replied, "Two words. Rain. Forest.")
    Posted by JT on 23 Aug 2009. + (3) - (0) Permalink

"There are only two ways to have a relationship with a person - you can love them, you can hate them or you can tolerate them."
    Posted by JT on 3 Dec 2009. + (6) - (0) Permalink
Um. How is this stupid?
    Posted by Socky on 3 Dec 2009.
"There are only three kinds of people in the world: those who can count, and those who can't."
    Posted by Wrongfellow on 3 Dec 2009.
"There are only 10 types of people in the world - those that understand binary code and those that don't."
    Posted by JT on 4 Dec 2009.
Yes, well. There are two ways how the inequal number thingy is irrelevant.
1. Tolerating them is the middle solution, the golden mean. It's just the combination of the two previous ones, so it basically the same as saying "both".
2. Loving and hating is one option. Neither love nor hatred will lead to a peaceful coexistence. It creates too much tension, it cannot last forever. Option 2, tolerating them is the answer to that problem.
3. Numbers don't matter.
    Posted by Socky on 4 Dec 2009.

"If we want people to listen, we have to predict ridiculously catastrophic events." - Sir John Houghton, first chairman of IPCC
    Posted by Socky on 18 Nov 2009. + (7) - (0) Permalink
The weird thing is... he was right!
    Posted by Socky on 18 Nov 2009.