‘Or a used one’ (…).
One inner monologue, two inner monologues, three inner monologues…
Some questions are never asked for a good reason.
Something like: ‘You’re like a little dead plant.’ ‘Yeah, but there’s a second plant growing – with shoots.’
Quote from a very inspiring conversation between Peter Griffin and Brian Griffin, in Family Guy.
Why does it do that? Why does it keep on doing that?
Oh, you were thinking, huh. Did it hurt?