Questions that have actually been asked. 
In the case of some it is a good thing that Mormons
are possessed of fine senses of humour
Q.   How many wives do you have?
A1.  I have all I want!
A2.  I only have one, but then I'm not very high up in the Church.
Q.   Do you really believe in angels?
A.   Don't you!
Q.   Is it true that you have to give all your money to the Mormons?
A.   No, but the Church is welcome to my overdraft any time it wants it.
Q.  Why do you worship Joe Smith instead of God?
A.   LOL.  Who in the world told you that?  Come and see! 
Q.   Is it true you don't believe in the Holy Trinity? 
A.   If you mean three Gods in One God and One God who is also three Gods, then the answer is 'No.'     If you mean the Godhead in three separate persons, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, as found in the Bible, then the answer is an unequivocal 'YES!'
Q.   What's the difference between Mormons and the Bible?
A.   Between the Christians in the New Testament and Mormons there is no difference.  However, between our Christianity and that which has stepped away from the Bible for its teachings, we believe the Bible tells the truth, and so we follow the Bible.
Q.   Why do you baptise in the name of Joseph Smith?
A.    I have heard that we do, but we do not.  The baptismal candidate is held by the officiating minister in the baptismal font, and the rite is effected as follows:
[The candidate is called by his or her name]  eg, "Curtis Atherton, Having been commissioned of Jesus Christ I baptise you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen."
The candidate is then lowered into the water by the minister and totally immersed, and then brought back up out of the water. 
Please note that this ordinance is performed in the name of The FATHER,  AND The SON,  AND The HOLY GHOST.   Please also note that there is no mention of anyone other than  the Three Biblical Members of the Godhead
A Pennsylvania Protestant, has a farm on a road that extends from the city through the suburbs into the country. All upset, he reported one day, "The Mormons bought some land down the road to build a church! They were real sneaky, though. They negotiated as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints!"


LOL!  Whatever next?