MISS WORLD - DUMB ANSWERS
Added on: 24th Sep 2014
One of the judges asked Irene Sofia Esser Quintero if given the chance,
what law she would create and why. A Spanish-speaking interpreter
repeated the question to her, but for some inexplicable reason
Quintero decided to answer the question in English.
The answer that followed was basically just a bunch of random words
strung together masquerading as a complete thought:
“I think that any lays there are in Constitution or in life, are already made.
I think that we should have, uh, a straight way to go in our similar,
or, eh, in our lives as is this.”
She unfortunately continued on: “For example, I’m a surfer,
and I think that the best wave that I can take is the wave that I wait for it.
So please do our only, eh, law that we can do. Thank you Vegas!”
Miss Teen USA 2007, Ms. Teen South Carolina - Lauren Katlin answers
the question why so many Americans cannot locate
America on a world map.
This is her answer:
"I personally believe that US Americans are unable to do so
because some people out there in our nation don't have maps
and I believe that our education like such as in South Africa
and the Iraq everywhere like such as and I believe that they
should our education over here and the US should help the US
and should help South Africa and should help the Iraq and
the Asian countries so we are able to build up our future."
Miss Minnesota Angelique de Maison at Miss USA 1995
Question: "Do you think that your career prospects would be
affected if affirmative action were dismantled?
Answer: "I think that affirmative action is important in your career,
and I think that they work together, um, I believe that if you stand strong
on what you believe, that you should use that in all aspects of your
life including your career. I know that I do."
Miss India Priyanka Chopra at Miss World 2000
Question: "Who do you think is the most successful woman
living today and why?"
Answer: "There are a lot of people I admire, but one of the most
admirable people is Mother Teresa, who has been so compassionate,
considerate and kind."
Miss Serbia Sanja Papic at Miss Universe 2003
Question: "If you could be either water or fire, which
would you be and why?"
Answer: "Well, I'm a human being and I don't know how it is to be
fire or water, and from that reason I really don't have answer on this
question because I'm a human being, I'm a girl, who has an emotion,
and fire and water don't."
Miss Arizona Alicia-Monique Blanco at Miss USA 2009
Question: "Should the United States have universal healthcare
as a right of citizenship?"
Answer: "I think this is an issue of integrity regardless of which end of
the political spectrum that I stand on. I was raised in a family to know right
from wrong and politics, whether or not you fall in the middle, the left or
the right, it's an issue of integrity, no matter what your opinion is,
and I say that with the utmost conviction."
Giosue Cozzarelli at Miss Panama 2009
Question: "Explain the following quote by Confucius:
'Learning without thought is labour lost'"
Answer: "Good evening Panama!" "Confucius was one of whom
invented confusion, and that's why, eh...one of the most ancient,
he was one of the Chinese. Japanese who was one of the most ancient.