Life is full of the unexpected. And there are some mysteries we'll just never know the answer to. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't try to dissect, discuss and try to decipher some necessary answers.

There are so many murder mysteries I've given up on learning the truth about, but there is always hope.

History is littered with questions, so let's dig in.

Redditor u/Jackielegz8689 wanted to discuss the dynamics about some quizzical moments in life, by asking:

What are some unexplained events in history?
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When you go on a job interview, the last thing you probably never think about is asking a question.

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Oh America, please think before you speak. Sometimes I wonder why God gave us voices.

I understand curiosity about foreign lands, but more often than we realize we're being rude with our questions, even with a jovial mindset and good intention.

We can't just throw out whatever pops into my head. And honestly, some things are best to simply google.

Also, perhaps we should wonder what we'd rather not be asked about our land and culture and apply it.

Redditor u/esq__ wanted hear from people who have been surprised by American inquiries by asking:

Non-Americans of Reddit, what's the weirdest thing an American has said to you?
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