I'm sure many of you remember Professor Julius Sumner-Miller.
Had that afternoon science program where he demonstrated such things as hard-boiled eggs being sucked into milk bottles, while asking "why is it so?"
Science questions answered easily enough by anyone who paid attention during physics class.
(i.e. not me )
I have a few "why is it so?" questions of my own.
1. Why does the black bra fit better and feel more comfortable than the white one?
Both are the exact same size and style, bought at the same time.
2. Why does my back start to itch just when I've laid down for a nap, and the back scratcher is
on the table in the other room?
3. Why does the sun break through the clouds on any working day, but when I'm at home it
rains from dawn to dusk?
Don't get me wrong, I love the rain, but I prefer my washing line dried, not dryer dried.
4. Why does the "new and improved" shampoo and conditioner not make your hair as silky and
shiny as the original, which you've loved and bought for years?
5. Why does the supply cupboard have a years supply of everything, yet the one time you don't
check it before going shopping, the dental floss runs out?
6. Why can I stare mindlessly at the TV for hours with no interruption, but as soon as I get
immersed in that fantastic novel I just bought, the phone rings with that one person who just
loves to ramble on about nothing in particular.
What are your "why is it so?" questions?
I'd love to know I'm not the only one out there.
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