Hey Gary,

I know there’s no such thing as a stupid question, but could flat earthers be right? I know there’s a lot of arguments against but are we just being tricked?

Tony Jones,


Yes, of course there is such a thing as a stupid question. The exception is when it is asked out of real, genuine ignorance by a person who can’t possibly know any better. So, unless you’re an actual dum dum, then yes, it’s stupid. Not all questions are there to seek out knowledge. Some, like this, are just offensive or can be answered with basic instinct or common sense. Or, spare yourself the indignity of asking and use the Internet. The earth is of course flat. Satellites and space travel are hoaxes and easy  fabricated.


Hello Gary,

I’m a little late but have only had sex once in the past month and it was in a car park. Is it true that you can’t get pregnant if you do it standing up?



Hi there,

Now this is a question I get a lot, and while I don’t have a medical background I do know 2 ‘lady’ doctors who have confirmed with me that you absolutely, biologically and categorically cannot get pregnant if you’re standing up. You’re a guy, right?


Hello Gary,

I’m seeking to bulk up and build body mass. Do ‘mass building’ powders and shakes work? Are There Side Effects?


Frank, Ibstock

Technically both yes and no. Creatine does exactly what it says it will do. It helps the muscles retain water, which puts them in a great muscle building state. There are some side effects to be cautious of though, in some cases people have found that their use can lead to an increased appetite for human flesh. This isn’t in every case, but you’ll certainly want to me mindful especially when there’s all those tasty, sweaty bodies to admire down at the gym. It will also cause to you talk uncontrollably about yourself, which is perhaps worse. Remember, supplements should only be used alongside a ridiculous exercise schedule.


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