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Whoa...... we may need a philosophy major for this one :)
A straw has two portals that both open up to the universe
Being a bowhunting site. The better question would be:
“Does a carbon shaft have one or two holes? One long hole or Two. One at each end?”
With an appropriate pic.
John you need to put in for more Turkey tags... anywhere! I'll have to suck it up and say I have no idea.
It’s one hole with two openings
I original thought one hole as well. But this thought changed my mind. If that the case then your mouth and anus would be the same hole.
Did you know if you cut a hole in a net, it now has less holes than before?
So a few of these BSers are talking thru there ass then, eh JohnMC.
The number of holes doesn't matter. How many holes does the straw IDENTIFY as having?
Ok…so is a straw considered to be a double ended male, or a double ended female?
I would say male being it's designed to be sucked on.
"Ok…so is a straw considered to be a double ended male, or a double ended female?"
Hey now, who are YOU to assign gender? I mean, just because you have eyes, a brain and mirror in your bathroom doesn't mean you can comprehend reality!
And just to be clear, are we talking about a PLASTIC straw? Jesus guys that's wrecking the whole damn planet, don't you know that causes climate change, global warming, cow farts and probably hair loss?
On an unrelated note: I actually saw a paper straw wrapped in plastic the other day, that one left me scratching my head.
It’s a cylindrical extrusion with a hollow core.
Normally, zero. No "holes".
Damn liberals and their paper straws. Democrats have ruined this country.
There we go, just insuring this turns out like every other thread on Bowsite.
What if I told you.................
On one hand, you could argue that a straw has one long hole because it's a single, continuous tunnel. On the other hand, you could say it has two holes, one at the top and one at the bottom, because you can enter and exit from both ends. While the debate may never truly be settled, one thing is for sure: straws are best when they're environmentally friendly. If you're in the market for some new straws, or just want to explore the world of sustainable options, check out https://wonderfulcups.com
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if its a plastic straw it has one hole.
if its a paper straw (designed to protect the environment) wrapped in a plastic wrapper...it has two holes. one small hole hole through the straw itself...and one gaping hole in the theory that paper straws do anything to help the environment.
Better question for the Bowsite is "How many holes are made by a complete passthrough?"
nijimasu, that all depends. I recall years and years ago one Bowsiter got 6 holes with a pass-through. Memory is fuzzy, but think it was an elk. 1 in front leg, 2 out front leg, 3 in armpit, 4 out opposite armpit, 5 in opposite front leg, 6 out opposite front leg...
Awwww, now that is in my head and will take awhile to get it out!!!!