Here’s some questions to chew on

In the spirit of the current Twizzlers TV campaign, I just thought I would share some truly profound questions for you to chew on. 

  1. Although it has been over 50 years since I graduated from college, how is that I’m still haunted by the one nightmare in which I wake up in a panic because I have cut a certain class all semester, today is the final exam and not only am I not prepared but I can’t even remember where the classroom is.
  2. How is it I can remember all the lyrics from songs of the 1960s and ‘70s but can’t remember why I went into the kitchen?
  3. When did men stop taking their hat off when they entered the inside of a house or building?
  4. Why do people wear baseball caps backwards? Are they more worried about keeping the sun off their neck than out of their eyes?
  5. How come women never seem to show their age as much as men?
  6. How come men never learn to act their age?
  7. Why is it “e before i” except after “c”?
  8. Whoever came up with expressions like “You can’t have your cake and eat it too;” “a stitch in time saves nine;” “it’s raining cats and dogs:” “it’s six of one, half dozen of the other:” and “break a leg”?
  9. Why have so many baseball teams over the years been named after foot apparel? (Chicago White Sox, Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Red Stockings, South Bend Green Stockings, South Bend Blue Sox, etc.)
  10. Finally, why can’t someone wear white after Labor Day?