…If a woodchuck could chuck wood?
With all of the other ridiculous, divisive discussions and silly, often baseless opinions started and active on this board, I figured why not waste more time, energy and effort trying to solve this age old question.
The chicken came first.
A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
A woodchuck could chuck wood until tthe big black bug bled black blood.
Based on the volume of dirt in a typical 25–30-foot long woodchuck burrow, if the woodchuck had moved an equivalent volume of wood, it could move about 700 pounds on a good day, with the wind at his back.
On the other hand, if we consider “chuck” to be the opposite of upchucking, a woodchuck could ingest 361.9237001 cm^3 (22.08593926 cu in) of wood per day.
Yiddish is a “Klutz Kasha” (a question asked by a fool)
A klutz is also a piece of wood…