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  • Have you ever said to anyone or thought, 'I'm going to marry them one day?'?

    I thought this about a guy I've had a crush on since high school (about 4 years ago) who I've just recently reconnected with. Has anyone said or though this? Where are the two of you now?

    3 AnswersSingles & Dating8 years ago
  • For an exam, there are 28 terms to study, there will be 6 on the exam and I have to answer 4...?

    How many terms do I have to study to guarantee four of them will be on the exam?

    Thanks.

    1 AnswerHomework Help8 years ago
  • Why is everyone staring at my tattoo in Europe?

    I live in Canada, and Im currently travelling in Europe. I've noticed for the last 2 weeks (I've been in 5 countries and 7 cities) that I'm getting a lot of people staring at my tattoo on my back. I'm a 22 year old female, attractive and preppy looking, so it's not like I'm a rider with a emo look or anything. My tattoo is a compass rose and it has a bunch of religious symbols in it including a cross and the Star of David. I haven't had anyone say anything negative about it ever, but I have had a few positive comments though in Europe. My travelling buddy says that about 3 times a day she'll catch someone staring at my back. Does anyone know if they can explain this behaviour? I've been to Belgium, Spain, France, Monaco, and Italy. Thanks.

    4 AnswersTattoos8 years ago
  • Where can I watch the full opening Olympic ceremony online?

    I missed it on Friday and I really wish to watch it. Does anyone know where I can watch it online? Thanks.

    3 AnswersOlympics8 years ago
  • Why did Captain America give $10 to Nick Fury in the Avengers?

    I saw the movie last night but I didn't really get this joke. My friend said that it may be because Captian America missed the Civil Rights movement. Just wondering if anyone knew.

    2 AnswersMovies9 years ago
  • Could I have developed something from being verbally abusive by my roommates?

    I recently moved out from a house where I was living with roommates. A couple of them were verbally abusive towards me. As well, I have anxiety issues so for me to argue back and defend myself was very difficult. Ever since I moved out I've been getting anxious and angry towards my former roommates. I have seen them since I've moved out because we have mutual friends and they have been really nice to me. But anytime that I think about living with them I'll get extremly angry and a few times I've had a panic attack. Do you think I could have developed something because of this past experience? Thank you.

    2 AnswersPsychology9 years ago
  • Who was it that disliked writing because it makes us forget our memory? Prefers oral communication.?

    I read somewhere in religion class in grade 12 but I forget who i is. It's someone who lived around roughly 200BC to 500 AD. I believe it might be a philospher.

    1 AnswerHistory9 years ago
  • Could I be tramatized because of this?

    In university I developed social anxiety disorder, and it became so extreme that when I was in a public situation, i would be unable to speak. I was close with my residence floor and on several occasions we would head out to a club or a house party. I would get into these positions where a guy would start dancing with me and touching me very innappropriately, for example reaching down my pants, up my shirt or threw my clothing. Because of the anxiety it made it next to impossible to tell guys 'no' or walk away from them and so I would let them carry on although in my head I was screaming for them to stop. After about 6 months of this I told my friends that I gave up on clubs and house parties. I eventually went to see a psychologist about my anxiety. After two years, although the anxiety has disappeared, whenever I'm approached by a guy and they're within 2 feet of me, I have this habit of covering my chest with my hand and on several occasions I've began to have a panic attack immediately afterwards. One guy at work noticed this and bluntly asked if I've ever been molested or raped (his girlfriend was so he knows the signs, and it was very similar). I said no but after being asked again by a friend, this experience that happened three years ago poppwd into my head. I know legally this could not pass as molestation or sexual assault because I did not say no (nor do I have a desire to pursued it with the men), but on an emotional level could I develop similar symptoms to individuals who have been raped/sexually assaulted, based on this scenario?

    2 AnswersMental Health9 years ago
  • I've asked my roommate to stop talking to me. Appropriate?

    I am moving out in 3 weeks. My one roommate has been beyond rude to me by calling me out everytime I make a mistake (using public forums such as my Facebook wall), calling me certain things like saying that I think I'm better than everyone else (which is absolutely not true) and generally making my life a living hell. I hate coming home and I spend extra time at work and school just so I can avoid coming home. So yesterday I had beyond enough and I asked her to stop talking to me. I said I'd say hi and say greetings just to be nice, but I don't want to have any conversation with her outside of that. Do you think it's appropriate? I am living in this house for about 3 more weeks, and after I'm gone I don't care if I ever talk to her again.

    11 AnswersFriends9 years ago
  • Would you capitialize the word 'Divine' when refering to God?

    In Christianity, when you write, 'He' or 'Him' and referring to God, the first letter is capitalized. If you are referring to God and writing the word Divine, for example, "The Divine loves humankind," does the 'D' get capitalized? I'm looking at this from a theological perspective and not a secular. Thanks.

    12 AnswersReligion & Spirituality9 years ago
  • Friend who constantly complain. How to deal with it?

    I have a friend who complains about literally everything, whether it be in person or through text. She is a roommate and it has gotten to the point where it has become beyond annoying. Sometimes I think she has a good point for saying something, but at other times I do not know why she does not let it go (think, Don't Sweat The Small Stuff). I have told her before that she complains a lot but she will either disagree with me or blame others and say that if they did not mess up than she would not have anything to complain about. I'm someone who will forget about the little things and so when she complains about something (for example, no one reminding the house that we ran out of milk), it drives me insane. What is something I could say to her to tell her to stop complaining?

    3 AnswersFriends9 years ago
  • What social issue/message is being addressed in The Hunger Games?

    I'm working on an assignment for class and I need to address a social issue that author Collins is addressing about the present that presents itself in The Hunger Games. Thanks!

    2 AnswersBooks & Authors9 years ago
  • Is this morally right?

    I am in a situation where my roommates and I are applying for a restraining order for an ex-boyfriend of one of my roommates. The man has threatened not only my roommate but the rest of us roommates and we've been wanting to get one for a few months now. The roommate (ex girlfrend) does not want to get a restraining order. Anywho, the ex girlfriend roommate has an email that will be crucial to get this restraining order and one of the other roommates (let's call her Sam) wants to steal the letter to use. I've been friends with the ex girlfriend roommate way longer than Sam has and I dont want to compromise my friendship with her By stealing a letter, which I'm sure she knows. Anywho, I was wondering what everyone else thought about this situation?

    3 AnswersFriends9 years ago
  • Is this morally right?

    I am in a situation where my roommates and I are applying for a restraining order for an ex-boyfriend of one of my roommates. The man has threatened not only my roommate but the rest of us roommates and we've been wanting to get one for a few months now. The roommate (ex girlfrend) does not want to get a restraining order. Anywho, the ex girlfriend roommate has an email that will be crucial to get this restraining order and one of the other roommates (let's call her Sam) wants to steal the letter to use. I've been friends with the ex girlfriend roommate way longer than Sam has and I dont want to compromise my friendship with her By stealing a letter, which I'm sure she knows. Anywho, I was wondering what everyone else thought about this situation?

    3 AnswersGender Studies9 years ago
  • What are some good, mature, young-adult books?

    I'm looking into reading a new book, that is a good and mature young adult book. I just finished reading The Hunger Games (which is amazing by the way). I prefer books that are apart of a series as well.

    I've also ready Harry Potter and Twilight, of course. I've read the Uglies series and 'A Great and Terrible Beauty,' but I did not find them well written so I lost interest. As well, I'm not into science fiction or things like creature (wolves, witches, etc - yes I know I did read Twilight though). But I really do enjoy dystopian societies. Thanks for helping me out!

    5 AnswersBooks & Authors9 years ago
  • Do you need to drink to enjoy a party?

    A bunch of us are going out for my friend's birthday and my one friend is not going out because she can't afford to drink. I told her that she doesn't need to drink (although I said we could pre-drink before we go out), but she said that there is no point of going out if she wasn't drinking. So my question is, do you think you can have fun at a party/club without drinking?

    10 AnswersEntertaining10 years ago
  • For guys, what do you think of a 21 year old who doesn't hook up?

    I'm a 21 year old female who does not hook up (aka have sex with anyone that I'm not in a relationship with) but I've been getting a lot of grief from friends, specifically my female friends, about not doing so, since they all hook up. I've been out with a few guys and most of my guy friends are cool with me not hooking up (they'll joke around about me having sex with them but won't pressure me) but my two female roommates specifically are always pressuring me and making jokes about me not hooking up. From a guy's point of view, do you respect a girl who doesn't hook up, and also from a girl's point of view, would you judge your fenale friends about it?

    2 AnswersSingles & Dating10 years ago
  • Men, what do you think of a 21 year old who doesn't have casual sex?

    I'm in university and from all the guys I've dated and met, all they want is sex. Do you respect a girl who doesn't sleep around or would you perfect her to be sexually active? Thanks.

  • What kind of roommate would you rather have?

    Would you rather have a roommate who is messy and who doesn't cause drama and is very positive and nice, or a roommate who is clean but is negative, complains and causes drama?

    4 AnswersFriends10 years ago