Why is it so difficult to remember how to spell mnemonic?
Why is phonetic spelled exactly the way it sounds?
Why isn’t palindrome spelled the same way backwards and forward?
Why does cleave mean to split apart and stick together?
Why is abbreviated such a long word?
Why is there and ‘s’ in lisp?
Is there another word for thesaurus?
Is there another word for synonym?
But regular old me wants to know:
Why is it your nose runs, but your feet smell?
Why, when we sit up or sit down, we accomplish the same thing?
If nothing sticks to Teflon how the heck did they get it to stick to the pan?
If they can make an indestructible black box for a plane, why don’t they make the whole plane out of the darn stuff?
If we all love our family members so much, why do we dig through a loaf of bread, bypassing the first few slices to get to softer ones in the middle? Eventually someone in the family is going to have to eat those undesirable first few slices, right?
Yes, these are just a few of the things I wonder about. Well, those things and why, if a store is open twenty-four seven 365 days a year, did they bothered to install locks. Or, why do they have braille at the drive-up ATM. Speaking of ATM, why do we call it ATM Machine? That’s like saying the automated teller machine machine. PIN number – same thing. My personal pet peeve? Dethaw. <- how does one do that? Geez, am I the only one who thinks pal is for principal of a school when I want to write about someone with principles? I also consciously envision two cupcakes when I want to write the word dessert instead of desert. Am I crazy? Maybe. Hmm… has anyone else ever envisioned a world with no hypothetical situations?