Because it's the Internet: Vulture compiled every facet of sex and relationships and New York that the writers had Sarah Jessica Parker's lead character wonder aloud about during the six seasons of "Sex and the City" on HBO. A few examples:
“I wondered if there wasn’t some kind of physics for beauty. Maybe two models repelled; maybe models could only be attracted to ordinary humans.”
“Okay, we were attracted to younger men for various reasons. But I couldn't help but wonder: What do they see in us?”
“I couldn’t help but wonder: Inside every confident, driven, single woman, is there a delicate, fragile princess just waiting to be saved? Was Charlotte right? Do women just wanna be rescued?"
“So there you have it. We've got a relationship without sex and sex without a relationship. Which had a better shot at survival? I couldn’t help wonder: What comes first, the chicken or the sex?”