Why is it usually only men who sit on the waiting benches in Walmart?
Why is it that no one complains about a twenty minute sermon?
Why women cannot put on mascara with their mouth closed?
Why do people open their mouths and keep closing their eyes when they use eye drops?
Why psychics never win a lottery? Why abbreviated is such a long word?
Why is it that doctors call what they do a practice?
Why is the man who invests your money called a broker?
Why don’t they have mouse-flavored cat food?
Why don’t they make airplanes out of the indestructible material used in the black box?
Why don’t sheep shrink when it rains? Why do they call the place to board a plane the terminal?
Why is it that where your park your car it is called a driveway and where you drive your car it is called a parkway?
Why do psychics have to ask your name? Why do hairdressers call it a “Permanent.”
Why the markets that stay open 24 hours a day and seven days a week have locks on their front door?
Why are pants, glasses and scissors called “pairs” when there is only one?
Why is it that the people who advertise workout equipment all have a “10” body.
Why is it when you become older waitresses call you “hun?” Sometimes I feel my first name is “OK” and my last name is “Hun.”
Why is it that hot heads and cold hearts never settle anything?
Why do people keep trying to make another way to Heaven when there is only One Way (Acts 4:12; John 14:6)?
These Are Words of Wisdom.
Reprinted from Ted Camp’s article “Words of Wisdom” in the Dade Sentinel — Trenton, Georgia