I think it was Socrates who said something along the lines of “call everything into question”.

With that in mind I can just see me passing down this wisdom of the ancients in the form of some kinda fatherly advice.

borgo says:“Honey, it’s usually a good idea to question just about everything.”

borgette says: “Why?”

It’s right about there that I’d be at a loss for words.

As evidenced by these 87 words, it’s clearly apparent that I’m no Socrates.

Respectfully submitted for BrevityQuest12

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