What useful stuff do you remember from school?
How do you find stuff out now?
Do you think if someone had told you this stuff when you were a kid you would have been interested?
Are you still interested in any of the same stuff now that you were back then?
If your school was just a building full of resources and friendly interested/interesting people to help you find out what you might want to know, would you have learned stuff or just taken the piss and not bothered talking to any of them?
If there was such a place now, would you leap at the chance to have a peep, or think there's now point now?
Is youth truly wasted on the young?
Is 'education' wasted on the young?
Do you only talk to people of your own age?
Do you think children are aliens?
Do you think old people are aliens?
Do you read for pleasure?
Do you watch documentaries about stuff you don't know much about, or only about stuff you already know everything about?
Do you use logarithms (excuse the spelling - I haven't a clue and don't care) in your day-to-day world?
Do you play netball?
Do you sing hymns in the morning?
Do you wear exactly the same clothes every day?
Do you speak when you're spoken to or whenever the spirit pokes you?
Do you ask permission to go to the toilet?
Can you work out your change before the digital cash register does it for you?
Could you write a letter to The House of Lords if required?
Can you cook an ommelette, or make a skirt, or work out why the car rattles?
Can you think of something to do when there's 'nothing' to do?
Can you empty your head and just be?
Can you drop everything come out for tea and cake?
Can you make a cake?
Can you make a scene?
Can you make the voices stop?
Can you see the point in being a grown-up?
Can your children?
Does it matter?
Seriously - I want to know. Anything!