1. Who hath not seen thee oft amid thy store? (John Keats, To Autumn) 
  2. Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? (Bluto, Animal House) 
  3. Dear Love, How have you come to be a black-hearted woman with your come-and-go eyes? (Padgett Powell, Mrs. Hollingsworth’s Men) 
  4. Who are the brain police? (Frank Zappa) 
  5. And why do you worry about your clothing? (The Bible, Matthew 6:28)
  6. Is ‘ottava rima’ a poem in eight 11-syllable lines, rhymed abababcc? 
  7. Can you polish the dark-enigma mirror to clarity beyond stain? (LaoTzu, Tao Te Ching) 
  8. Shall we retract the foreskin of stupidity and apply the scalpel of irony? (Charles Stross) 
  9. Where is there an end of it, the soundless wailing? (T. S. Eliot) 
  10. Who wrote the book of love? (The Monotones) 
  11. Who’s got the crack? (The Moldy Peaches) 
  12. Have you no sense of decency? (William Welch to Joseph McCarthy, June 9, 1945) 
  13. Well, how did I get here? (Talking Heads) 
  14. Why did God make you? (Baltimore Catechism #2) 
  15. Does Sylvester Stallone do his own stunts? (JK) 
  16. What could possibly go wrong? (You. To your Mom. I didn’t count “Do I look like an idiot?” that your Dad asked you, because, existentially, they are the same question.) 
  17. Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too? (Douglas Adams)
  18. You take your life in your own hands, and what happens? 
(Erica Jong)
  19. Does nobody understand? 
 (James Joyce’s last words, 1941)