When there are no words to describe something, is it better to just use gestures?
When words don't get through to a listener the first time, why do so many people just repeat the same words instead of reaching for synonyms?
What is "mild" weather -- just the lack of "severe" weather?
Don't the same people who say "Music won't help children learn" tend to be the same people who are always singing advertising jingles?
What's worse: Hearing a song and not understanding the words, or hearing a song and not understanding the music?
Why does "Based on a true story" feel more compelling to some people than "The true story" of whatever it is? (Is it only the editing for drama's sake, or something else?)
Who said you weren't going to find any "who" questions here?
Who's going to stop me doing something rash the next time I hear someone say "Oh, they're just words!"?