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"Was I supposed to answer? I thought it was a rhetorical text."
"The question is why SHOULDN'T you have low self-esteem?"
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Parking? I don't think so.
Other things trees do in the forest when nobody's there to hear:
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"Well, let's stop arguing - we're both here now."
Deep tissue massage.
"There I trust that settles it."
"I don't care who came first, you still need reservations."
"Is nothing sacred?"
"So it's true...bears do shit in the woods."
'I didn't feel answers were necessary. All the questions seemed rhetorical.'
"We know what you've been doing in the woods!"
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Hadley finds proof that bears actually don't s**t in the woods.
"I get confused. When someone says, 'have you no shame?', is the proper answer 'yes' or 'no'?"
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If a fish farts in the ocean and no one is there to smell it, does it still stink?
'Up until now I thought all your questions were rhetorical.'
"Oh Mommy, don't you wish it were real."
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The Rhetorical Question Store
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"Which came first, the chicken or the Easter egg?"
The Participatory Blues
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Chicken and the Egg
"No, sweetie, not in the meadow! Where do we poop?"
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"Looking for another between-snacks snack?"
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"Did you hear something?"