The answer to last week's question (Why is Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl" controversial for both females and males to sing?) is two fold. Females is of course the easy part. As for the male part:
- The line "hope my boyfriend don't mind it"
- The overall perpetuated idea that the singer doesn't like girls (such as "It's not what I'm used to" and "I kissed a girl just to try it").
As for this week's brain teaser:
In the movie xXx: State of the Union, Ice Cube drives a car onto the railroad. The tires then rip, and the car turns into a train (of sorts). Disregarding other issues for the moment (like whether the tires will rip, and whether the width of the car precisely matches that of the tracks), does a car in this situation need to be steered?