Owing to eLFonian commitments, Why on Wednesday will be taking leave from the hustle and bustle of reporting on those curious questions that curtail our craving for carefully crafted contemplations. However, last week’s question needs to be finalised and so below, the results are in! The eLFonian hopes that you have been enjoying Why on Wednesday and hopes to return in the near future.
Last Week’s Results: Last week’s question, “Why does the sun lighten our hair, but darken our skin?” brought to the fore some interesting insights into the world of sun and fun. After receiving a robust roasting while absorbing the sun’s rays in order to experience this strange phenomenon first hand on the grounds of The eLFonian palace grounds, the results were tallied and it seems that the sun is seen as a natural beauty product as well as being cheap, free and easy to use. The eLFonian is still left puzzling over how this relates to the question at hand. Perhaps the sun not only lightens our hair but also frazzles some of the brain cells at the same time. You can view the complete survey results here.
Thank you for reading and following Why on Wednesday. A special thank you goes to Contributing Collaborator, Heidi from Simply Sophisticated Cooking, who has tirelessly researched the questions. Her contribution is gratefully appreciated.
The Next Why: The question that was to be addressed this week will be considered in the future once current eLFonian commitments subside. You can still send your questions or be part of the Why on Wednesday team – see below for details.
So until Why on Wednesday returns, The eLFonian wishes you a safe and happy time in between – and beyond!
Contributing Collaborators: If you want to collaborate and be part of the team that will investigate other perplexing questions in Why on Wednesday, please email your interest to The eLFonian (firstname.lastname@example.org). If accepted to the team, your contribution will be acknowledged in the issue of Why on Wednesday in which your contribution is included. It’s free to collaborate!
A Question for WoW? If you have a question that has been baffling you for a while or has been keeping you up at night, that has you feeling nauseous or simply leaving you curiously contemplating matters you have never before considered, why not ask The eLFonian. Email your question to email@example.com. There are currently a number of questions playing on The eLFonian’s mind so there may be a delay in addressing your particular question – unless of course, your question “tickles the borders of Cyberspace” (part of The eLFonian mission) in which case, up the queue you go!