I refuse to include “how”; it ruins the symmetry of the group.
If a burger made out of turkey is a turkey burger, and a burger made out of vegetable matter is a veggie burger, what is a burger made out of ham called?
If chai is supposed to be relaxing, why do they offer to add shots of espresso?
Why do I always get nervous when I discover there’s a police car following me or sitting on the side of the road?
Why do some parents want to chaperone every school dance at their kids’ high school?
Who are these people who care that Kim Kardashian did not invite Lindsay Lohan to her wedding?
Did Fox really find twelve women who thought that Prince Harry of Britain would be so desperate for a date that he would go on an American reality show? If not, how disappointed are they that their shot at fame has been ruined by abysmal ratings?
Do people who wallow in negativity ever get tired of hearing themselves complain?
Why did the news organizations spend three days telling us that the Browns told Johnny Manziel to stop acting like a diva and he agreed that he was only a rookie? Were they afraid we would go into withdrawal after the draft?
Who invented bubble tea and why? And why do coffee shops sell something that comes in cherry and orange flavors (among others)?
Why do we celebrate/mourn those who have given their lives for their country by going out and buying a 1/2 price mattress? Or does that only happen around here?
Why do big box stores around here not sell potato mashers (or ricers) anymore? Are the people who shop at boutiques the only ones who eat fresh mashed potatoes these days?
Why would I find a half eaten turnip on the floor at work?
Why would anyone want to add pieces of candy bar to their yogurt? Doesn’t that negate eating a healthy snack?
Why are organic cucumbers so much smaller than other cucumbers?
Do people assume that things bought at a local farmers’ market are organic? Does being local outweigh the concern about pesticides for locavoires?
At what point does the excitement over spring finally getting here get replaced by the realization that the planting season for the garden is only two weeks long and the ground hasn’t even been tilled?
Why do the cats get all excited about birds and squirrels outside but totally ignore the large groundhog who has taken to hanging out in the flowerpot on the porch?
Why do the teachers at my kids’ high school continue to email about their progress after they have spent the entire year telling us that the kids need to learn to take responsibility for their own actions?
Do gasoline companies realize how insulting they are being by telling us that oil prices magically go up before every holiday and down after the holiday? Year after year?
Does the international soccer season go on year round? It seems like every few weeks there’s some sort of major match.
Why do as many people cry at weddings as at funerals? (no sarcastic answers from the men, please)
Why do I find the thought of donating my body to science creepy but have no problem being an organ donor? Aren’t the goals related?
Why is my need for orderliness so much stronger at work than at home?
10 thoughts on “Who, What, Where, When, Why?”
Why do I think I might be able to answer at least one of your questions before I get to the end of your list, Cat?
I got none of them this time.
that’s the appeal of rhetorical questions; it’s not like you need to have an answer
I always try so hard anyway, Cat, to try to please you. 🙂
aww, that’s sweet
The answer, obviously, is hypotenuse.
(trust me, that’s better than me answering all these questions.)
hmmm, I hadn’t thought of that
The most pressing question in my opinion is the half eaten turnip!! LOL
Can you imagine? Maybe they thought it was a pale carrot.