Joe's Cafe, 24/7 pit stop for ESL learners and teachers | June 2008
Egg's off, bacon's off, bread's off, tea's off. English is on though.
Why are there more questions than answers?
Fair enough, you ask the same question to 5 different lawyers and you get 6 different answers. But everyone knows about lawyers. Most of the time there just aren’t enough answers to go round. I mean, how come there are more questions than answers in the world? Or, put another way, fewer answers than questions. Either way it’s not right. I mean, you ask a question and you expect an answer. Question. Answer. They go together. What’s the point of having questions with no answers? Whoever thought of that?
Joe | Thursday, June 12th, 2008 | Filed under Rants
9 Responses to “Why are there more questions than answers?”
Leave a Comment