Kinda a melonscratcher if you ask me. I would welcome your input!12 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
Hi, I'm flying over to London on Friday to visit some friends. I land at Heathrow, and then I'm taking the Tube to Tooting Bec station. I've already got directions, but I was wondering about the fare- namely how much should I expect to pay? Should I get a one-day pass as we will probably be going out on the Tube later that day?
Also, I'll be landing with US Dollars, not Sterling. I imagine I'll need to change some at the airport for the Tube, but are there banks open on Saturdays in the UK? Would I be able to change $$ anywhere else? Should I just pull $$$ out at a cashpoint seeing as how I will be arriving early AM on Saturday?
Thanks.3 AnswersLondon1 decade ago
Could Jesus make a hot sauce SO SPICY that even He Himself would need to drink milk after eating tacos?
I mean, if the sauce was too spicy for Jesus to handle, then that would mean He's not really a the Son of God, right? But if he could handle a really picante hot sauce, then that would mean that he was incapable of making a seriously hot salsa! Couldn't God create some super habaneros for him or something? Help please!6 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
Would He have to wait for it to cool down or could He just conjure a very localized snow storm above the coffee cup? If the answer is no, then does that mean He can't brew coffee very well, or that no coffee could burn His tongue, no matter how hot? Help please!17 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
So my friend just moved out to SF and doesn't really have too many other buddies (we go way back though) and I'm hosting his bachelor party (or stag night as we call it) this weekend.
If you were taking a small (under 5) group out for a night on the town in SF (no strip clubs), where would you go? Something classy, yet not too upscale. Trashy, yet not filthy. Basically somewhere fun that is beyond the usual 16th St/Valencia barscene/ North Beach pissup. Any takers?1 AnswerSan Francisco1 decade ago
I'm great friends with a woman, she calls me all the time, we go out couple times a week, we've made out drunk a few times but never gone further (or really remembered that well). Any sly tricks on how to escape from friend zone into relationship zone, or am I doomed and should just move on?
BTW we're both in our early 20's here, so its not a "just ask her to the prom, dude" kinda thing. I'm afraid of making the friendship wierd if I just come out and say I want to be more than friends, but the whole thing sucks.6 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago