Seemingly trivial questions regarding the utterance, utterability and unutterability of the word at issue:
- Which is the word that is most difficult to utter, yet we feel it is most important that it be uttered?
- Of all our words, which is the one that might in a given moment bear more significance than any of the others?
- Are there people who find it impossible to utter the phrase ~ during their whole life?
- And are there people who use the phrase ~ with unreasonable frequency, perhaps to escape its unbearable weight?
- What could be the opposite of the phrase ~; is that so hard to utter too?
- Does hearing the phrase ~ so often in the media and from strangers help overcome our difficulties?
- Why is it easier to write down the phrase ~ than to utter it?
- What social customs are related to uttering the phrase ~?
- How great a share does the phrase ~ have in how we experience a special moment?
- Does the needlessness of uttering the phrase ~ in a given situation mean that the situation is self-explanatory?
- Is it disturbing in a situation deemed self-explanatory by both parties if the phrase ~ is uttered nonetheless?
- Is it important to use the phrase ~? Is it important to verbalise it at all?
- How do we distinguish those who by all means need to utter the phrase ~ from those who don't?
- How does a parent use the phrase ~ with his/her child? Does the utterance of the phrase ~ seem less problematic in a parent-child relationship?
- Which is easier: to hear the phrase ~ or to say it?
- What roles might be imparted on the receiving party upon hearing the phrase ~?
- Is the moment we utter the phrase ~ extremely selfish perhaps?
- Which is more important: to say the phrase ~ or to hear it?
- Is it possible to utter the phrase ~ in a serious or nonserious manner?
- How do the internal inhibitions regarding the utterance of the phrase ~ relate to emotional intelligence?
- Can it be tiring to utter the phrase ~?
- Does a given cultural environment influence the utterance of the phrase ~ in any manner?
- Is it possible to get accustomed to uttering the phrase ~?
- If the phrase ~ becomes unutterable in a relationship, does it at once stand for the lack of love?
- Is it our family that teaches us how and when to say the phrase ~?
- What could be the opposite of the phrase ~? Is it surely "I hate you"?
- Can the utterance of the phrase ~ be postponed forever? If yes, does it have grave consequences?
- Can the phrase ~ be substituted with some other phrase? Or some gesture perhaps?
- Can such an explicit situation be defined in which all conditions are met for the smooth utterance of the phrase ~?
- Can the phrase ~ be replaced by acts or gestures?
- That is uttering the phrase ~ good for? Is it suitable for conveying all our thoughts and emotions?