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“Why do birds suddenly appear every time you're near?”
RockAsksWhy

This is what it looked like the first time the question Why was asked.

The first recorded use of the question Why was by an inanimate rock that was picked up by the first man. The rock thought to itself "WHYTM is this cave man about to feed me to his pet rock?". Since then WHYTM has been used by numerous objects in various situations. Each time the word WHYTM has been used since that time a fee of $10 has to be paid to the original owner of the word. Philosophers since have tried in vain to develop new ways of asking WHYTM without using the word WHYTM. This monopoly of the word WHYTM has caused a decline in philosophical thinking.

edit WHYTM's alter ego

Why has been known to disguise itself as the letter Y, and even occasionally its lowercase counterpart. Why Why does this is at present unknown, and philosophers and scientists alike are addressing just why Why doesn't just stay as Why. One advantage of Why disguising itself as Y is that people can now ask questions without using the dreaded WHYTM, by simply saying "Y does ...?" However, this guy has recently claimed the copyright to Y, and his brother that guy has claimed the copywrong to y, meaning that to ask a question you must either pay the aforementioned rock, this guy or that guy. Of course, if you decide to pay this guy, he'll probably give you some free kittens to huff, so I'd go with him if I were you.

edit WHYTM in recent times

The word "WHYTM" is rarely used anymore, it is now customary in public forums to repond to a "WHYTM question" by saying "UHHH, I dunno," "whatev...," or "just shut up, I mean comon!" or in rare cases reverse psychology will be used to defer free thought, an example being, "WHYTM do you care so much?"

The reason WHYTM WHYTM has become so unpopular may be due to the introduction of Communism in the U.S.A, causing the decline of free-thinkers, with people often labeling them as "hippies". People in these times say WHYTM is not relevant anymore, preferring to be generally passive/aggressive on issues, making either submissive, declaritive statements or exclamatory, imperative statements when regarding issues. Deciding to either do nothing about their poor state of being, or all-out demand that something change, thus putting an end to the civilized conversation.

edit Use of WHYTM in everyday language

edit General

  • Why?
  • Why bother?
  • Why lie?
  • Why oh why?
  • Why would I care?
  • Why doesn't anyone else care about ____?
  • Why? ... that is the question.
  • Why does this kind of thing always happen to me? MEEEEE!!!

edit Philosophical

  • Why was I born?
  • Why was the universe created?
  • Why are my parents abusive and alcoholic?

edit Human Body

  • Why do I have an appendix?
  • Why do I have tonsils?
  • Why was I born a man?
  • Why was I born a woman?
  • Why do I have a third leg/eye/nipple/kidney/fake ID/toaster?
  • Why did that badger chew off my big toe?
  • Why was I born a hermaphrodite?
  • Why do I have cancer?

edit Love

  • Why do you love me?
  • Why don't you love me?
  • Why can't you just love her?
  • Why be such a monster?
  • Why do I cry after sex?
  • Why am I not aroused by this?
  • Why am I attracted to lesbians?
  • Why am I attracted to men?
  • Why am I attracted to donkeys? Whoops... Why did I say that out loud?

edit HEX

  • why? because.
  • why anything? because everything.

edit Uncyclopedia

  • Why do I keep writing these articles?
  • Why do I not receive any re-enforcement?
  • Why was I banned for vandalising a QVFD'd article?
  • Why does Camp Fuck You Die receive such positive reinforcement every damn time it's put up for deletion?
  • Why do people like Sophia so much when Caroline Munro receives no notice whatsoever?
  • Why does User:Elvis only spork articles from Wikipedia, change a few names and add Un to everything?
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