Of course you have!
Today, I’m talking (and graphing) about a specific genre of absurd question — the type that is looking for a quantitative response. I noticed a trend, recently, that the more absurd the question is, the less accurate the answer will be.
Case in point: A common absurd question asked by clients is “How long will it take to find and fix all of the bugs in the application?” Obviously, most bugs are unforeseen (or else they wouldn’t be there!!) and thus impossible to accurately estimate. This type of absurd question, if answered at all, will usually yield a very inaccurate answer.
Absurd Questions = Inaccurate Answers