• What exact accent does Bayonetta have?

    It really seems like nobody knows. Even people from Europe on forums have been arguing with each other over if it's British or English. I wonder what exact country it could be from?
    It really seems like nobody knows. Even people from Europe on forums have been arguing with each other over if it's British or English. I wonder what exact country it could be from?
    2 answers · Polls & Surveys · 4 months ago
  • Does anybody know what company or brand this dress actually belongs to?

    I keep seeing this beautiful dress on a lot of sites, but I've quickly found out that the picture is stolen because the customer review photos look nothing like the original picture. Does anybody know what company this dress is originally from so that I can buy it?
    I keep seeing this beautiful dress on a lot of sites, but I've quickly found out that the picture is stolen because the customer review photos look nothing like the original picture. Does anybody know what company this dress is originally from so that I can buy it?
    1 answer · Fashion & Accessories · 10 months ago
  • In Spanish, are V's pronounced as V's or B's?

    My teacher (who is a Spanish immigrant), when I asked, told me that they pronounce their V's as B's, but upon hearing several other Spanish people speak the language, they pronounce their V's as V's. Do they do both?
    My teacher (who is a Spanish immigrant), when I asked, told me that they pronounce their V's as B's, but upon hearing several other Spanish people speak the language, they pronounce their V's as V's. Do they do both?
    6 answers · Languages · 2 years ago
  • What are your biggest pet peeves?

    29 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 years ago
  • Nowadays, why is 'respect' defined as 'taking abuse without defending yourself'?'?

    Lately, I've only been seeing older people blatantly bully and disrespect younger people and when the younger person tries to defend themselves, the older person is like, "You're a ******* kid, I can say whatever I want, you need to respect your elders, you're a teenager/child, nobody cares about you". And I just wondered,... show more
    Lately, I've only been seeing older people blatantly bully and disrespect younger people and when the younger person tries to defend themselves, the older person is like, "You're a ******* kid, I can say whatever I want, you need to respect your elders, you're a teenager/child, nobody cares about you". And I just wondered, 'so...they're disrespectful because they wouldn't allow you to belittle them?' I do believe that you should respect your elders, but if it means allowing someone to treat you bad just because they're older, there's no way I can get behind that.
    1 answer · Polls & Surveys · 2 years ago
  • Why do guys get so upset and angry when women talk about things in rape culture/being objectified in society?

    I've noticed that whenever me or another woman speaks generally on how frustrating rape, catcalling, sexual harassment, and being objectified are, there's always a guy who overhears our conversation and gets pissed, telling us that we're feminists and that we're spreading propaganda (whatever that means lol). They literally get so... show more
    I've noticed that whenever me or another woman speaks generally on how frustrating rape, catcalling, sexual harassment, and being objectified are, there's always a guy who overhears our conversation and gets pissed, telling us that we're feminists and that we're spreading propaganda (whatever that means lol). They literally get so mad you would think that we personally said they were a rapist. And even if they aren't screaming and cursing at us about it, they always say something along the lines of all those things (rape etc) being "fake", and that women just make it up for attention. I reaaaaally wanna know why they act like that??
    11 answers · Gender Studies · 2 years ago
  • In Spanish, why are any verbs describing "la gente" , "(The) People" conjugated in third person singular rather than third person plural?

    People refers to more than one person, so why isn't it conjugated as such?
    People refers to more than one person, so why isn't it conjugated as such?
    3 answers · Languages · 2 years ago
  • Is pulling a self-defense weapon on a guy who follows you too extreme?

    Catcalling has been getting so extreme it literally usually resorts to them following me down a few blocks or following my train route. However, I am super confrontational. Would not be abnormal for me to fight them for that with my personality, so if I pulled mace or a knife on a guy who, when I didn't give him my number, started following me,... show more
    Catcalling has been getting so extreme it literally usually resorts to them following me down a few blocks or following my train route. However, I am super confrontational. Would not be abnormal for me to fight them for that with my personality, so if I pulled mace or a knife on a guy who, when I didn't give him my number, started following me, would that be too extreme? I feel like I would have to because there's no way I'm gonna let the guy follow me home and know where I live, because what if he's crazy enough to start popping up there just to see me? And don't worry. I know the difference between stalking and someone walking in the same direction as me, I'm not one of those paranoid girls that gets the two mixed.
    7 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 years ago
  • In Spanish, what is the difference between 'esa' (that, feminine), 'ese' (that, masculine), and eso?

    They all mean "that", but how does the way "eso" is used, different from the way "esa" and "ese" are used?
    They all mean "that", but how does the way "eso" is used, different from the way "esa" and "ese" are used?
    3 answers · Languages · 2 years ago
  • In Spanish, when do you use "Le" or "Lo" when it comes to a masculine noun receiving an action?

    For example. Why is it correct to say "Le he dicho (I have told him)" instead of "Lo he dicho?
    For example. Why is it correct to say "Le he dicho (I have told him)" instead of "Lo he dicho?
    2 answers · Languages · 2 years ago
  • In Spanish, is there a difference between any of these terms that mean "good"?

    In my spanish lessons, they've used 3 different forms of the word "good". 1:Bien 2: Bueno/Buena 3:Buen Is there any difference between all 3? Can they be used interchangebly?
    In my spanish lessons, they've used 3 different forms of the word "good". 1:Bien 2: Bueno/Buena 3:Buen Is there any difference between all 3? Can they be used interchangebly?
    2 answers · Languages · 2 years ago
  • In Spanish, can "con usted" and "contigo" (with you) be used interchangeably? Does it matter?

    Both phrases mean "with you", but are they both correct no matter what and can be used in any phrase? Example: I want to eat with you. Quiero comer con usted. Quiero comer contigo.
    Both phrases mean "with you", but are they both correct no matter what and can be used in any phrase? Example: I want to eat with you. Quiero comer con usted. Quiero comer contigo.
    1 answer · Languages · 2 years ago
  • What's the name of this flower?

    I wanna buy it's seeds to plant it, but I don't know it's name.
    I wanna buy it's seeds to plant it, but I don't know it's name.
    5 answers · Garden & Landscape · 2 years ago
  • What's is the name of this flower? (Picture)?

    I took a picture of this flower in photography class, and it's so beautiful that I want to buy its seeds and plant it, but I don't even know what the name of it is. Can anyone tell me?
    I took a picture of this flower in photography class, and it's so beautiful that I want to buy its seeds and plant it, but I don't even know what the name of it is. Can anyone tell me?
    2 answers · Garden & Landscape · 2 years ago
  • In Spanish, what is the difference between es and esta?

    Is es used for an object's state of being and esta for a person's? Can't find a single person whose explanation actually makes sense, so I would appreciate it if someone who's fluent/advanced in Spanish can be specific about this. Thanks :)
    Is es used for an object's state of being and esta for a person's? Can't find a single person whose explanation actually makes sense, so I would appreciate it if someone who's fluent/advanced in Spanish can be specific about this. Thanks :)
    6 answers · Languages · 2 years ago
  • Is there a rule against writing graphic books?Especially if you're a "child"?

    So,I'm 15.But I'm writing a graphic,highly sexualized book,and I was just wondering,is there some sort of rule against people publishing highly sexualized books,especially if you're a child in the eyes of society?I'm asking this because I was watching the news one time,and I think they were talking about making changes to Fifty... show more
    So,I'm 15.But I'm writing a graphic,highly sexualized book,and I was just wondering,is there some sort of rule against people publishing highly sexualized books,especially if you're a child in the eyes of society?I'm asking this because I was watching the news one time,and I think they were talking about making changes to Fifty Shades of Grey because it was so sexual and graphic.Will I be denied when I try to get my book published if I'm writing a really sexual book that's (in the eyes of society) for adults when I'm not an adult myself?
    6 answers · Books & Authors · 5 years ago