Why is "Y" pronounced "why" when "U" is pronounced "you"?
Why were we all talking about "Y2K", but now we're onto "year 2012". Shouldn't it be "Y2K-and-then-some"? "YMMXII"? Y not?
Why do words like "year", "you", and "Yalta" start with a Y when they're pronounced with a j-sound?
Why use a Y in "Y2K" in the first place, when the Y isn't really pronounced as a Y in "year"? "Why-two-key?"
Why is Y the only letter that gets a pronoun named after it? I suppose R almost counts, and we've already discussed U. But what about W? Double-U (and in all fairness, isn't it actually a double-V?) = y'all/you'se/yibus?
Why can't "where" or "what" also have a letter? ("X were U yesterday?" "Z are you asking that for?" "Y not? R U hiding something?")
Why is the y-axis always the vertical one? Isn't that vertically asking Y?
Why isn't Yaltavertically a word recognized by The Free Dictionary by Fairlex?
Why did Kate and Wills pick "National Hairball Awareness Day" to get married?
Why Y? Why?!