• Is McDonalds better than Grilled Restaurant Steak?

    Best answer: Lovely and Mcdonalds burgers do not belong in the same sentence. If you are trying to compare meals by calories there's no point, unless you use food weights.
    Best answer: Lovely and Mcdonalds burgers do not belong in the same sentence. If you are trying to compare meals by calories there's no point, unless you use food weights.
    2 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 1 week ago
  • Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?

    Best answer: More picky. But picky is colloquial anyway. Selective would be a better word for a formal piece of writing. And then of course it's more selective you become.
    Best answer: More picky. But picky is colloquial anyway. Selective would be a better word for a formal piece of writing. And then of course it's more selective you become.
    1 answer · Languages · 1 week ago
  • March is womens history month! But the funny thing is, there is no mens history month. Hm, i wonder where all the equality is at.?

    Best answer: Well it's up to men to organise themselves and have a history month, if that's what they want. No-one bestowed it on women. They wanted that month and went ahead and declared it. You see, it's like gay pride, black history or any other organization that's been kept back, or treated without equality. They feel the... show more
    Best answer: Well it's up to men to organise themselves and have a history month, if that's what they want. No-one bestowed it on women. They wanted that month and went ahead and declared it. You see, it's like gay pride, black history or any other organization that's been kept back, or treated without equality. They feel the need to say 'hey world, we're here and we're valid people with achievements or rights'. Men, sadly, feel they already own the air we breathe and don't feel the need to promote themselves.
    11 answers · History · 1 week ago
  • Anti Depressants?

    Best answer: The majority of anti-depressants are what's known as SSRI's. That stands for selective seratonin reuptake inhibitors, and that grand description put as simply as possible means that they make more seratonin available to the brain. And seratonin is a neurological messenger, that takes signals from cell to cell in the brain. ... show more
    Best answer: The majority of anti-depressants are what's known as SSRI's. That stands for selective seratonin reuptake inhibitors, and that grand description put as simply as possible means that they make more seratonin available to the brain. And seratonin is a neurological messenger, that takes signals from cell to cell in the brain. Usually, after it has delivered a message its seratonin is reabsorbed by the cells. Seratonin is what generally keeps us upbeat. So an SSRI prevents the reabsorption (or reuptake) of the seratonin and keeps us feeling in better mood. Taking one for only a week is not long enough. They can have side-effects but they deserve to be given longer to start working and to help you with one exception. Occasionally they can make you feel much, much worse to the point of feeling suicidal. If that should happen you should not stop taking them, but get to a doctor as soon as possible and explain what's happening. SSRI's aren't the magic solution to depression. But they are a wonderful help, allowing you to feel better whilst you readjust your life so that life feels better for you. You should actually never take yourself off them. It needs the help of a medical professional. Now that you are off them, best not to start taking them again on your own. Return to your doctor and ask for advice, as it's possible you could use a different brand with less of a side effect.
    6 answers · Mental Health · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I break up with him?

    Best answer: Unhappy to be in love! How strange. Look it's your choice. He's bringing you down and it's part of the cycle of violence that some women refuse to break free of. It takes courage, but if you do it, in six months you'll wonder why the hell you were with him. Yesterday was International Women's Day. A day when the... show more
    Best answer: Unhappy to be in love! How strange. Look it's your choice. He's bringing you down and it's part of the cycle of violence that some women refuse to break free of. It takes courage, but if you do it, in six months you'll wonder why the hell you were with him. Yesterday was International Women's Day. A day when the strength and accomplishments of women worldwide was celebrated. Why not become a woman of strength instead of a victim of a man, based on a false emotion called 'love'?
    3 answers · Mental Health · 2 weeks ago
  • I've gone above and beyond at work but I don't feel appreciated. What should I do?

    Best answer: Firstly, what recognition is available to you in your job? Because other than promotion or a pay rise there's only one sort of appreciation for employees, and that's the sort that keeps them at their job. Some companies are very good at that. Carrot and stick, it's called. Sure you feel better about turning in every day... show more
    Best answer: Firstly, what recognition is available to you in your job? Because other than promotion or a pay rise there's only one sort of appreciation for employees, and that's the sort that keeps them at their job. Some companies are very good at that. Carrot and stick, it's called. Sure you feel better about turning in every day but it's actually pretty useless to you. In one way it's more honest where you work. You toil, you get paid, your company gets rich. That's actually what it's there for. Not to praise you for your contribution but to get the job done and make money. Depressing I know, but true. So first think about what you want from your job. If it's to feel that you are indispensable, forget it. There's not a job on earth where you won't be forgotten once the next person is trained to fill your shoes in the workplace. I know it's not very motivational, but it is, quite honestly, what work's about. If it's promotion or a pay rise you want, go after it. If not, just grind on, or try somewhere else, but appreciation is no way guaranteed.
    4 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 weeks ago
  • Amanda Knox jokes about the murder of Meredith Kercher ....what is wrong with her?

    Best answer: An unfortunate personalty and some very serious mental issues.
    Best answer: An unfortunate personalty and some very serious mental issues.
    1 answer · Current Events · 2 weeks ago
  • Trying to save a lot of money this month, what food is cheap and good to eat daily?

    Best answer: Go veggie for a month. Find places that sell off veggies cheaply at the end of the trading day and buy pulses to cook soups and stews, using lots of seasoning. Buy rice and pasta as your starches. Same breakfast every morning helps cut costs too, and make it toast spread with something you can tolerate. Drink water in preference to... show more
    Best answer: Go veggie for a month. Find places that sell off veggies cheaply at the end of the trading day and buy pulses to cook soups and stews, using lots of seasoning. Buy rice and pasta as your starches. Same breakfast every morning helps cut costs too, and make it toast spread with something you can tolerate. Drink water in preference to any other drink. If you want to be ovo/lacto, factor in a little cheese and eggs.
    6 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 weeks ago
  • How do you cope with having been 'through the mill' in life?

    Best answer: Wear it as a badge of courage. Having 'been through the mill' is a life having been lived. Maybe not all of it in a desirable way, but show me anyone who has led the ideal life. We all make mistakes and we all have stuff thrown at us which we didn't see coming and that, like a wave, knocks us off our feet. You seem to be... show more
    Best answer: Wear it as a badge of courage. Having 'been through the mill' is a life having been lived. Maybe not all of it in a desirable way, but show me anyone who has led the ideal life. We all make mistakes and we all have stuff thrown at us which we didn't see coming and that, like a wave, knocks us off our feet. You seem to be taking stock of where you are now, and not liking that place particularly. But it's no good blaming your past. You have to live in the 'now', and only you can make it a life instead of an existence. There's no knight in shining armour coming to rescue you any time soon, unless you see yourself in that role. Think about what you can do to make yourself as pleasing as possible. If you need to work on your sociability, do that too. Make yourself a support network. You are only 41, yet speaking as though you are nearly twice that. Don't hang on to past problems. Put them down, like a heavy shopping bag, and move on without it.
    5 answers · Philosophy · 2 weeks ago
  • If you drink energy drinks with every meal what will to your insides?

    Best answer: It won't turn them orange or anything. But eventually the sugar overload will probably rot your teeth and give you diabetes.
    Best answer: It won't turn them orange or anything. But eventually the sugar overload will probably rot your teeth and give you diabetes.
    6 answers · Non-Alcoholic Drinks · 2 weeks ago
  • It frustrates that people you have to be gorgeous to find a boyfriend?

    Best answer: Take a look around you and see if that's really true.
    Best answer: Take a look around you and see if that's really true.
    1 answer · Polls & Surveys · 2 weeks ago
  • Am I wrong for not wanting more children?

    Best answer: Mortification means being embarrassed and ashamed, so surely not? I think you may mean terrified. And that's valid, given your last experience of childbirth. If you don't want more children, you know how not to have them. So if people ask this very personal question you don't have to tell them anything. But it's also... show more
    Best answer: Mortification means being embarrassed and ashamed, so surely not? I think you may mean terrified. And that's valid, given your last experience of childbirth. If you don't want more children, you know how not to have them. So if people ask this very personal question you don't have to tell them anything. But it's also OK to say 'No, I'm not having another', or if you want to be even softer, 'No, not at the moment.'
    20 answers · Newborn & Baby · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I begin to plant mint seeds indoors?

    Best answer: Mint grows like a weed. And the way to sow any seed in a pot is to sprinkle a few seeds only on its surface, cover lightly with more compost or soil and keep damp. Mint doesn't particularly care for heat, but some sunlight is OK. When plantlets start to appear and are a couple of inches high, space them out by using a second pot,... show more
    Best answer: Mint grows like a weed. And the way to sow any seed in a pot is to sprinkle a few seeds only on its surface, cover lightly with more compost or soil and keep damp. Mint doesn't particularly care for heat, but some sunlight is OK. When plantlets start to appear and are a couple of inches high, space them out by using a second pot, carefully transplanting the ones you move. Let them grow on until they are bigger, then separate again and grow only one plant per pot, as they grow prolifically. And don't plant them in the ground, unless it's in some container which will prevent them from growing wildly, all over your garden or yard.
    4 answers · Garden & Landscape · 2 weeks ago
  • Was Labour MP David Lammy correct about perpetuating stereotypes regarding white saviours in Africa?

    Best answer: Sadly for the world and Mr Lammy, if there were no more 'white saviours', there would be a whole lot less charity and humanity in evidence in the world. Look at most internationally known charities. They are ethnically represented, but in almost every case were founded by white people who were decent human beings. I once... show more
    Best answer: Sadly for the world and Mr Lammy, if there were no more 'white saviours', there would be a whole lot less charity and humanity in evidence in the world. Look at most internationally known charities. They are ethnically represented, but in almost every case were founded by white people who were decent human beings. I once admired David Lammy as a politican. I thought he was forward thinking with a future in politics. I now see him as yet another whinging black man with a chip on his shoulder.
    5 answers · Current Events · 2 weeks ago
  • Who said, " At last we meet for the first time for the last time."?

    Best answer: Said in those exact words, quite a lot of people I imagine, after having first met people on social media and then met up in person. But the original quote is from the move Spaceballs in which Lone Starr says, 'So, Lord Helmet, at last we meet again for the first time for the last time'. And it does make a crazy sort of sense,... show more
    Best answer: Said in those exact words, quite a lot of people I imagine, after having first met people on social media and then met up in person. But the original quote is from the move Spaceballs in which Lone Starr says, 'So, Lord Helmet, at last we meet again for the first time for the last time'. And it does make a crazy sort of sense, because if you meet for the first time, it's the last time you'll meet for the first time.
    3 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 weeks ago
  • What would you do if a bully never returns what they borrowed frm you? Though you did not know that they would steal from you in first place?

    Best answer: You have to be firm and confront the bully, but not by first demanding your things back, to make them fire up. Just ask, firmly and politely, that all your belongings be returned to you. Give a day or a date too, like: "Josh, I need all of my things back by Friday, please". If that day arrives and no stuff, you write a note,... show more
    Best answer: You have to be firm and confront the bully, but not by first demanding your things back, to make them fire up. Just ask, firmly and politely, that all your belongings be returned to you. Give a day or a date too, like: "Josh, I need all of my things back by Friday, please". If that day arrives and no stuff, you write a note, setting out what you want to happen. "Hi Josh, I'm reminding you that I wanted my stuff back by Friday. It's now Monday, so please return my things without any further delay. (Then list every single item you've let him have). If that doesn't work, hand him another note, much more firm, saying that you have given him every opportunity to give back your stuff, but he has not done so. And then give him a consequence that you think will work. E.g. My parents will contact yours. I'll report you to the police. I'll take you to small claims court. And if he doesn't, follow through with that. And if he follows through with any threat of violence, definitely the police can and will, become involved. Writing it might sound silly, but it's important. It sets out evidence for any further action you have to take. Stand up for yourself effectively.
    3 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 weeks ago
  • Anyone who's familiar with nautical terms out there, help me please?

    Best answer: He's turning the vessel around to get out into open water. You understand port and starboard I imagine? Those are the terms used for the left and right sides of the vessel as you look forward at the wheel. (To remember which is which, use the mnemonic 'Is there any red port left'. That will help you remember that port is... show more
    Best answer: He's turning the vessel around to get out into open water. You understand port and starboard I imagine? Those are the terms used for the left and right sides of the vessel as you look forward at the wheel. (To remember which is which, use the mnemonic 'Is there any red port left'. That will help you remember that port is left, starboard right and that the lights on a vessel are red for port and green for starboard. A throttle is what makes a vehicle or vessel go faster. You open it up to get speed. In a car by pressing on a pedal, and on a vessel by using levers, one for each side of it. So, your hero is opening the port throttle (on the left, as we just learned). He turns the wheel to the left at the same time, causing the vessel to pivot or turn around so that he's pointing straight ahead of the channel he's in, towards open water.
    2 answers · Words & Wordplay · 2 weeks ago
  • My 17 year old daughter was sleeping with a guy in his 40s. But the age of consent is 17 in our state. So that means i cant call the cops?

    Best answer: If that's the case you are correct.
    Best answer: If that's the case you are correct.
    10 answers · Law & Ethics · 2 weeks ago
  • Have you ever dreamed of Yahoo users in your dreams?

    Best answer: No and I don't intend starting now as most Yahoo users are more of a nightmare than a dream.
    Best answer: No and I don't intend starting now as most Yahoo users are more of a nightmare than a dream.
    4 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 3 weeks ago
  • Is architecture a stereotypical masculine career?

    Best answer: Good grief no. It's one field where women can compete on much more equal terms, although there is still room for improvement.
    Best answer: Good grief no. It's one field where women can compete on much more equal terms, although there is still room for improvement.
    3 answers · Polls & Surveys · 4 weeks ago