Why... Classic Kids Questions
Why don't all the fish die when lightning hits the sea?
Why is the sky blue?
Why is the grass green?
Why can't people leave other people alone?
Why are birds not electrocuted when they land on electricity wires?
Why is the Moon sometimes out in the day and sometimes at night?
Why do cats have whiskers?
Why is a banana curved?
Why do I need to wash my hands?
Why does my best friend have two dads?
Why do zebras have stripes?
Why can't fish live out of water?
Why don't sheep shrink when it rains? (this is my favorite! :))
Why don't spiders stick to their own webs?
Why do I like pink?
Why is water wet?
Why do donuts have holes in them?
Why do we wear clothes?
Why does a pizza get to the house faster than an ambulance?
Why do people order double cheeseburgers, large fries and then a diet coke?
Why are they called apartments when they're all stuck together?
Why isn't there mouse-flavored cat food?
Why do they call the airport the terminal, if flying is so safe?
Why is dyslexic such a hard word to spell?
Why do they call it a building when it's already built?
Why is there no warm ice cream?
Why can't I eat dirt?
Why can't I play with my food?
Are fish ever thirsty? (really?)
Where does the rainbow begin? (umm...)
Can germs get sick? (why not?)
How do clams walk? (huh?)
Are you sleeping? (grrrr....)
Can my tongue fall out of my mouth? (right...)
Could you answer?
How they think out all those questions? And it's not only them. I'm sure my mom would tell, she recognizes many of those. I had lots of whys when I was younger. Some were answered, some still carry lots of question marks. Why don't sheep shrink when it rains, really? Or how do we know they haven't already?
Aren't kids just sweet? I love when they ask their questions. And to celebrate their curiosity I made an illustration to remember myself that there's never ever need to be ashamed about asking questions, cause there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers.
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