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  • Help! Urgent! Dogs in heat!?

    Whenever my female dogs go in heat, my male dogs start fighting each other and refuse to eat. I end up throwing away their uneaten food and they end up horribly thin and covered with wounds. It's becoming very distressing. How do I put a stop to all this? Do I have the females spayed or do I have the males castrated? I'm just so fed up with their bloody raging hormones!!!

    13 AnswersDogs10 years ago
  • New Philippine passport: do I need new photos taken?

    I will be renewing my Philippine passport soon. I cannot find anywhere on the DFA website mention of the specs for passport photos, nor how many copies I need to provide with the application. Do they not require photos anymore? Is it like NBI clearance, and SSS ID applications, where they take a digital photo of you, instead of you providing your own?

    5 AnswersPhilippines10 years ago
  • What should I wear to this interview?

    I am going to apply for admission into medical school and want to know how to dress for the interview. Most of the time I wear jeans and t-shirts or blouses and slacks. I own no dresses. I am nearly 40, which is old for an applicant, but I look quite young (early thirties, maybe even late twenties I am told). There's no point disguising my age because it will be written on all the forms anyway. Should I dress older and more mature to suit my age, or dress as young as I usually do?

    5 AnswersFashion & Accessories1 decade ago
  • How do you say "oops" in French?

    That's "oops", as in "I've made a mistake". What do the French say instead of "oops"?

    4 AnswersLanguages1 decade ago
  • How do you choose a unicycle to learn to ride?

    I thought it would be a good gag to ride a unicycle instead of a bicycle to work, and say "I'm so poor, I can't afford the two wheels". Except I'm afraid of falling. How high should the unicycle be, if you are just learning?

    4 AnswersCycling1 decade ago
  • Are pogo sticks still fun?

    Does anyone out there still own a pogo stick? Ever owned one? Share your pogo experience...

    My dad got us one when I was 8 (in the 1980's), but I couldn't use it, the spring was too stiff and I was too light, so I couldn't make it go up and down. By the time I was heavy enough to operate it, my brothers had worn the rubber shoe down so that it was the steel post whacking our concrete driveway, very very nasty. Disappointed :-( And now I'm too old to buy a new pogo stick for myself.

    1 AnswerToys1 decade ago
  • What is the reason for panda eyes?

    I accidentally banged my head on a bit of scaffolding and the wound is actually about 6 mm long, quite superficial, at the end of my eyebrow towards the temple. Yet I noticed the next day what looks like a bruise had appeared at the outer corner of the nearest eye, giving me a bit of a panda-eyes look. I'm sure that part hadn't been hit (otherwise the skin would have broken), and it is not painful. Just curious why the "bruise" appears there. Does this happen a lot with head injuries in general?

    1 AnswerInjuries1 decade ago
  • Tintin comics: what is Captain Haddock saying (French)?

    I mean, in the original French, he keeps saying "mille sabords!", but I can't find "sabord" in my dictionary.

    2 AnswersLanguages1 decade ago
  • Oo, oo, it's at the tip of my tongue...?

    What's that word (a single word) that means a person's world-view, or the scheme or way he arranges and makes sense of the world? I've been thinking about it for days now.

    1 AnswerWords & Wordplay1 decade ago
  • What are people wearing in London now?

    Parkas/Jackets? Jumpers and cardigans? T-shirts?

    Basically, I want to be dressed for the weather when I get there on Thursday. The weather report says 10-20 C, but in my experience, this can be hot or cold. 20 C where I live now is very cold (jumper weather), while 20 C in Canberra (where I lived 10 years ago) was t-shirt weather.

    Also, how useful is a folding umbrella in London? My friend tells me it will be ruined in no time, bring a non-folding. But non-foldings are so inconvenient to carry.

    2 AnswersLondon1 decade ago
  • Men only: how do you like your muff?

    I mean, how do you like your girlfriend/wife's pubic hair styled?

    A) Wild and Lush - completely natural

    B) Light Trim - like topiary or a manicured lawn

    C) Brazilian-Inverse-Cricket Pitch, with only a long rectangular strip of vegetation left

    D) Brazilian-Smoothie, all gone

    5 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • Can I use vinegar instead of lemon juice with henna powder?

    I want to mix henna powder for dying my hair. The instructions I've read say use 1:1 mixture of lemon juice and water to make a paste like thick gravy. Lemons are not readily available where I live. Can I use vinegar to acidify the henna instead?

    2 AnswersHair1 decade ago
  • If the rule is "I before E except after C",?

    isn't weird weird?

    27 AnswersWords & Wordplay1 decade ago
  • Is this really racist?

    I'm talking about the Spanish Olympic basketball team, posing for a group photo (see the article: http://sports.yahoo.com/olympics/beijing/blog/four... )

    I think the photo says "We're going Chinese!", that's all. And everyone knows that slanted eyes is a very distinctive feature of Chinese (although, other peoples have slanted eyes as well). It's not as if they are putting down people with slanted eyes, are they?

    Any of you Chinese out there feel offended? I am part Chinese, and get mistaken for Chinese/Japanese, especially when I remove my glasses, and I find it funny, not offensive, that people mistake me for my slanted eyes.

    11 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • Would you answer a question in which words are mispelled?

    Or does it just make your gorge rice? :-)

    6 AnswersJokes & Riddles1 decade ago
  • How do astrologers figure it now...?

    ... that Pluto is no longer a planet, and the extra "plutoids" Ceres, Eris and Makemake?

    3 AnswersHoroscopes1 decade ago
  • Peppermint tea and Flatulence?

    I've just discovered the wonderful taste of peppermint tea, but about the same time as I started drinking it daily, I also developed uncontrollable farting. Very stinky farts too. All day long. I read that peppermint is used to relieve flatulence and bloating (http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/peppermint-0002... ) by relaxing muscles in my digestive tract and allowing the gases in there pass out, but would it actually increase farting just to get rid of those gases? Or is it something else that is making me fart so much suddenly?

    4 AnswersOther - Health1 decade ago
  • Do your ears hang low?

    Can you swing them to and fro?

    Can you tie them in a knot?

    Can you tie them in a bow?

    Can you fling them o'er your shoulder like a Continental soldier?

    Do your

    ears

    hang

    low?

    18 AnswersJokes & Riddles1 decade ago
  • How do you say/pronounce "miching malicho"?

    I found it reading "Hamlet", and I want to drop it in a conversation one day, so I want to know how it's supposed to be pronounced.

    1 AnswerWords & Wordplay1 decade ago
  • Just wondering about alimony...?

    When my mom remarried, my dad was no longer liable to pay her any alimony. But if my dad had remarried first, would he still have had to continue paying alimony? Does it make sense to be supporting (essentially) two wives?

    7 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago