20 Questions You Should Never Ask in Class [Click for full article]
I know you said that this wouldn’t be included on the exam, but [INSERT ANYTHINGHERE]. 
Yes, but would these principles still hold true if humans existed in a vacuum in outer space and there was no such thing as linear time or reality?
Before I jump into the recurring motifs in Emily Dickinson’s poetry, can someone tell me if the tribal tattoo on my lower back looks infected?
Is our textbook missing a chapter? I couldn’t find the part where it explains that the Holocaust was all just a hilarious hoax.
Aren’t we just cheating ourselves in the long run if we all don’t read The Brothers Karamazov in its native Russian? 
Could I make my final project about how all of this “Introduction to Physics” stuff is kind of like Twitter? 
This is a little off topic, but could we safely say that we have now officially entered the post-post-post-modern age?
Would you mind elaborating a bit more on the critical response to the homosexual undercurrents of Hitchcock’s earlier films? Also, what the fuck is a homosexual? 
How come we’re not reading any J.K. Rowling? Isn’t this Classics of American Literature? [Keep Reading]

20 Questions You Should Never Ask in Class [Click for full article]

  1. I know you said that this wouldn’t be included on the exam, but [INSERT ANYTHINGHERE]. 
  2. Yes, but would these principles still hold true if humans existed in a vacuum in outer space and there was no such thing as linear time or reality?
  3. Before I jump into the recurring motifs in Emily Dickinson’s poetry, can someone tell me if the tribal tattoo on my lower back looks infected?
  4. Is our textbook missing a chapter? I couldn’t find the part where it explains that the Holocaust was all just a hilarious hoax.
  5. Aren’t we just cheating ourselves in the long run if we all don’t read The Brothers Karamazov in its native Russian? 
  6. Could I make my final project about how all of this “Introduction to Physics” stuff is kind of like Twitter? 
  7. This is a little off topic, but could we safely say that we have now officially entered the post-post-post-modern age?
  8. Would you mind elaborating a bit more on the critical response to the homosexual undercurrents of Hitchcock’s earlier films? Also, what the fuck is a homosexual? 
  9. How come we’re not reading any J.K. Rowling? Isn’t this Classics of American Literature? [Keep Reading]