Why am I subject to mansplaining? (Why is anyone subject to mansplaining?) It would be different if I asked for explanations, but so far this week that has not been the case.
Why don't I work at one of those places that provide free coffee and tea for their employees?
Why aren't mashed potatoes part of every meal? (Primary answer: because I don't fix them for every meal.)
Why do drivers insist on driving though puddles/standing water after rain and splashing pedestrians when the whole rest of the street is available for driving?
Why do cats think that every single time you get up out of a chair, you're going to feed them, when in fact that has never, ever occurred?
Why, if you were running for President, would you not be aware of the rest of the world? (I'm looking at you, Gary Johnson, and though some may say you are more concerned about U.S.-centric issues, I'm guessing you can't name a U.S. leader either.)
Why are good books always too short?
I know there are not good answers to most of these questions. And, on the plus side, at least I'm not as worked up as this guy.
Have a good Thursday and upcoming weekend!