Asking the user to make a decision isn't in itself a bad thing.
The next thing one asks is, "Where will the people who are picked up be taken?"
There must be more to say, other things to ask, but she couldn't think of anything at all.
The thing considered this, then asked a question that took my breath away.
But the next thing I knew, you were asking me the question.
At neither place did the people running things say hello or ask me how I was doing.
Yes, the choice is yours, but one more thing I ask you to remember.
He also bought things with no questions asked from men who stole for a living.
The things she told me were only the record I'd asked her to put on.
The first thing they would ask: Did she have children yet?