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Kids have a lot of questions. The “why” questions I've found is most popular. Back in Boise I work for the YMCA as an after school child care worker. Needless to say, when it's you and 2 other adults with 35+ kids a lot of “why” questions come up. “Why can't we do that?...well why? Why!?” This last week I simply googled “why!?” and came across a website dedicated to answering the “why” questions kids have. Here were some of my favorites:

Why does cutting onions make people cry?

Why do I need to eat vegetables?

Why are some people vegetarians?

Why does orange juice taste funny after I brush my teeth?

Why are peppers hot?

Why is a banana curved?

Why are lemons sour?

Why are oranges orange?

Why does fruit change color as it ripens?

Where does the water go when I flush the toilet?

Why can’t I waste water?

Why should I unplug appliances when I'm not using them?

Why do we need trees?

Why do bees make honey?

Why do fireflies glow?

Why do bug bites itch?

Why do ladybugs have spots?

Why are cockroaches so dirty?

Why do spiders spin webs?

Why don't worms have legs?

Why do moths eat clothes?

Why don't spiders get stuck to their own webs?

Why do some bugs have more than two eyes?

Why don't slugs have a shell?

Why do ants live in colonies?

Why do bees buzz?

Why do bees sting?

Why do lice exist?

Why do rolly pollies roll up into balls?

Why do centipedes have so many legs?

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