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1.
All that is left when there are no answers
These are some examples of questions:

What did I do wrong?

What didn’t I do right?

How can you not trust me?

How can you not love me when my love for you is everything?

How can you let it fade away?

I’m up your bum, cant you feel it?

Why do you let yourself be held back?

Why didn’t you leave Tracey in Victoria; she is a Bogan & a crack ho ?

How can you forget feelings?

How can you say I read too much into things and still accuse me twice of 'psychic harassment'?

Why do you lie to me?

Why do you feel the need to lie to me?

How can you make a decision not to love someone?

How can you stand being so fucking hot?

How do you expect me to be hard when I cant tell you I love you while Im making love with you; i dont get to hold you afterwards and you're not even going to like me the next week?

How could I ever love again?

How could I do that to myself or to anyone else again?

Why would I tell you I’m in love with you if I didn’t mean it?

Why don’t you understand that falling in love with someone when you are not looking for it and you already think you are in love makes it even more real?

Why does your pussy fit my face so well? (well it does, I’m just saying)

Why do you always lie?

Why aren’t you here with me right now?

Thursday 28/08/2008
by Luke Warm December 10, 2008
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2.
an interrogative statement used to test knowledge
man 1: can i ask you a question?
man 2: yes what is it?
man 1:its an interrogative statement used to test knowledge but thats not important right now.
by Mikey-B December 11, 2006
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3.
the reason answers came into being
Delilah: I have a question.
Jonathan: To solve your problem, I may need to come up with an answer.
by Meytal Mantzur November 22, 2011
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4.
Asking. Always answers with another question. A Zen koan. Mosaic. See repetition. Where the gaps replace the narrative thread. Disparate voices in colloquy. Exile. The strangeness between us. How the text writes itself. My personal mythology. I am created by questions. The mark at the end of my sentence. A catalyst, and then the death of the speaker.
“You might be able to retrieve your secret password at the website if you answer your secret question.”
“What is the name of your favorite pet?”
“What is the name of the street you grew up on?”
“Which one?”
by deborahwz April 03, 2008
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