Results for: 7 Presidential Political Gaffes We Still Cant Believe We Heard

In Definitions

What is a gaffe?

A gaffe is a socially awkward or tactless act.
In Animal Life

What is a gaff?

A tool that has a hook on the end.
In Butter and Margarine

Is you cant believe its not butter butter?

No. It is heart attack in a can. nope its butter substitute made with vegetable oil, water, buttermilk, salt and a bunch of other stuff
In Uncategorized

Its been 7 hours since i took an ecstasy pill and i still cant sleep what do i do?

Stop taking Ecstasy. It's a dangerous drug and you never know what is in the pill. I didnt know what it was...it was the first time i ever took anything like that and it was (MORE)
In Latin and World Music

When is it believed Gamelan music was first heard?

Gamelan music is quite old, going back to times before historical records were kept in Indonesia. Is known that it predates the Hindu-Buddhist culture that dominated Indonesia (MORE)
In Famous People

I never have heard where Bill Murray has spoken of his religious beliefs and you know he was raised Catholic so is he still Catholic and does he believe in Jesus Christ?

Bill Murray was raised in a Catholic family (Irish Catholic parents who had nine children) and his sister, a Dominican Sister, made headlines with her one-woman show on Saint (MORE)
In Japan in WW2

Why cant nuclear explosions be heard on earth?

Huh? They not only can be heard but they can be deafening. Using the same seismic equipment used to locate earthquakes, one can "hear" any nuclear explosion anywhere in the en (MORE)
In US Presidents

Do political parties pick presidential candidates?

Yes, indeed. The presidential nominees are an important function of the national parties. They do hold primary elections to let the rank-and-file party members and supporters (MORE)
In US Presidents

How do political parties choose presidential candidates?

In the modern era, U.S. political parties choose their presidentialcandidates by primaries and caucuses. A primary is an election inwhich voters choose from a list of candidat (MORE)