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Why is it always the guy’s fault?
Why don’t they teach you about girls and boys in school?
Why is it always a ‘summer’ love and not winter?
Why is life a circle and not a square?
Why is lying so much easier than telling the truth?
Why does everyone look good in the color black?
Why don’t we wear white at funerals?
Why do blondes have more fun?
How many licks does it take to the center of the Tootsie-Roll Pop?
Why do words kill?
Why is it easier for a girl to say ‘I love you’ but not for a boy?
Why do boys cry less than girls?
Why does everyone know that E=mc2 but not what it actually means?
Why do we love and hate unconditionally?
Why is it okay for girls to like sports but not okay for guys to like fashion?
Why do people ride elevators up for just one floor?
Why does winning make you good and losing make you bad?
Where is Waldo?
Why are dirty books fun?
Why do we want the thing that we cannot have?
Why is there a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow?
Why isn’t ‘Prince’ a playing card?
Why does make-believe end after kindergarten?
Why can’t adults play on kids’ playgrounds?
Why are adults always right?
Why do we only understand once it’s too late?
Does seeing things that aren’t there really make you crazy?
Why is it only one penny for every thought?
Aren’t thoughts worth more?





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BriarRose This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Apr. 23, 2011 at 1:58 pm

this is amazing! i really love some of your questions. You raise a lot of valid points ;]

hey, here's a question for you:

 

If a robot does the robot, is it doing the robot, or is it just dancing?

 
Lonleydandy said...
Apr. 20, 2011 at 4:57 pm
Love it!         
 
loveu4whoUr replied...
Apr. 20, 2011 at 5:54 pm
this is good. i like it a lot. 
 
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