Teachers tend to encourage the little ones to ask questions in class, claiming that there is no such thing as a stupid question. However, little ones out there claim otherwise (it seems to me anyways), where a question asked by a kid who is not accepted by everyone else in class tends to get teased later on at the playground or during recess. I guess stupid questions only have a higher chance to find a place at home, although annoying siblings might also be a cause of confidence deflation as well. Enter the $3.99 Stupid Question Sticky Notes – where it allows one to write a question, stick it somewhere where the adult can view it, and receive a written answer after that – all without the ridicule associated with the question. What do you think of it?