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Average Rating 12.410 points, 2 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 6th 2001, 16:51:20 wrote
nOvJuL about questions
Latest text on Jan 23rd 2013, 10:43:07 wrote
Emma Example about questions
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on Jan 23rd 2013, 10:43:07 wrote
Emma Example about questions

on Jul 6th 2005, 20:00:15 wrote
Pétion Jean Fritznel about questions

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Texts to »Questions«

mulatto wrote on Apr 23rd 2001, 01:23:14 about

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If we have all the answers, what's the use of asking questions – including this one?

[das flederwiesel]™ wrote on Jan 15th 2002, 01:26:09 about

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on Apr 9th 2001, 04:45:46, Aunt Mabel wrote the following about
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Is there anyone who asks more questions than a six-year old child?



It can be yourself if you dare.....

whatevernext96 wrote on Dec 14th 2001, 13:53:23 about

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If only we knew what the original question was, then we might come nearer to knowing the answer.

Aunt Mabel wrote on Apr 9th 2001, 04:45:46 about

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Is there anyone who asks more questions than a six-year old child?

whoshares wrote on Apr 10th 2001, 09:11:27 about

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With so many questions, are there any answers here?

xyzz wrote on Jul 24th 2009, 16:40:25 about

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»The hatrack?«

Harry looked around the tea shop. Where had the hatrack gone? He didn't remember moving it. Was this another of life's little mysteries? Or was it simply the matter of a prank being played by one of his friends?

He walked over to the window and looked outside. He sighed. The hatrack was lying on the roof of his car, wrapped in Christmas lights.

The question of why the hatrack had been moved was answered.

Now the question was, why wrap it in Christmas lights in July?

Daniel Arnold wrote on Sep 30th 2001, 01:32:51 about

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Where do we come from?
Where are we going to?
And what are we doing here?

(And who is you?)

Some random keywords

masturbate
Created on Dec 3rd 2002, 02:00:58 by bconstan, contains 25 texts

if
Created on Feb 7th 2001, 04:08:20 by hataschtis, contains 41 texts

DNA
Created on Apr 5th 2001, 22:25:26 by nOvJuL, contains 9 texts

ignorance
Created on Nov 12th 2003, 11:19:09 by rkcba, contains 12 texts

darkness
Created on Mar 8th 2001, 21:37:21 by grath, contains 16 texts

Some random keywords in the german Blaster

meckerEcke
Created on Sep 7th 2002, 20:42:06 by hä?!, contains 7 texts

künast
Created on Mar 5th 2001, 13:31:15 by infodesk@usa.com, contains 20 texts

Skatelites
Created on Feb 16th 2004, 13:55:49 by toschibar, contains 3 texts

Krakenkasse
Created on Jul 14th 2008, 11:54:52 by orschel, contains 4 texts


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