Maybe it seems like I was bragging before with all my good ideas. Look, man--I'm just a regular person. I do have a lot of good ideas but it's not like all my ideas are good or like I know everything. I have a lot of questions, too. Here are some of them:
If I'm trying to be green, as they say, and I take some time to really evaluate my pajamas and whether they need to be washed instead of mindlessly thrown into the dirty clothes hamper is that good for the environment? What if the shower is running while I do this?
You know those clothes lines strung across apartment buildings that you see in movies that are like pulleys with the clothes on them? How do they get there? Do you have to have an agreement with the person across the air from you? Do they hang up one side of it for you? Do you share it with that person? What if you both want to use it at the same time?
Do you like my blog? How much? What do you like best about it? Would you forsake other blogs for mine--I would never ask you to, but would you?
Why is my hair ugly no matter what I do? Seriously, it doesn't hurt my feelings. I want to understand the science behind it. Since my hair doesn't function as a beauty enhancer, it may as well be an object lesson for some kind of physical phenomenon. Understanding my hair should be worth a merit badge at least.
Why is yoga so popular? I only see skinny people doing it, which is a good sign on the face of it but I suspect it means that skinny people like the yoga outfits. They are flattering! (If you're skinny).
Is there any kind of reliable way to predict when Easter is?
If you were Lindsay Lohan or someone like that wouldn't you be embarrassed that you were such a cliche? And wouldn't that motivate you to stop wearing leggings and to stay home a couple nights a week?
Wallpaper seems to be coming back in style. How long do you think this will last? Because I don't have the time or inclination to put it up (like we did in the 80s) if I'm just going to have to take it down (like we did in the 90s).
Do you think Mormons write the best blogs? Or do you think bloggers of other faiths write the best blogs? Or do the Jack-Mormons have a corner on the market?