The following questions were asked of me by my six year old Jude during one
13 minute car trip from our home to the YMCA:
Why was Paul Revere’s part at the beginning of the American Revolution?
Why do they call it Boston
Why did they come by sea?
Is the world flat?
If the world is round, why does everywhere we go it’s flat?
Why are hot chocolate and hot cocoa two words of saying the same thing?
How fast is Big Thunder Mountain Railroad?
Which is faster, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad or Space Mountain
Is an airplane as fast as a rocket?
Why is Speed Buggy the only car that talks?
Why is our heart not really shaped like a heart?
Why do they call it a heart?
How much floors does the Empire State Building
How fast is Santa?
Why is Santa so fast?
What does “ground to cover” mean?
Who’s faster, Santa or Big Thunder Mountain Railroad?
Am I grinning?
How many things do you know?
Do you know more than 365 things?
Is 365 more than a thousand?
Did Adam and Eve live before the dinosaurs?
What’s a controversy?
Who’s faster, Santa or Superman?
How fast is a speeding bullet?
How did I get inside your belly?
Who made me, you or God?
How did I get out of your belly?
Did poop come out too?
The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.
- Dorothy Parker