• How did I make my friend realize all the damage she caused to me?

    "I'm acting like you, and not answering for a long time. And you are me, not knowing what to think and no one to talk to. I had only you to look forward to, and you just stopped talking to me. You come back and expect everything to be the same. I don't want to talk to you, not right now. I don't... show more
    "I'm acting like you, and not answering for a long time. And you are me, not knowing what to think and no one to talk to. I had only you to look forward to, and you just stopped talking to me. You come back and expect everything to be the same. I don't want to talk to you, not right now. I don't know when."
    5 answers · 17 hours ago
  • How can you tell if someone is shy?

    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it strange to start going by middle name as an adult?

    Hey everyone just wanted some insight on something I’ve been debating with for a while. I’ve always like my middle name better than my first. My first is unique and hard to pronounce for those that don’t speak Spanish. My middle name (Sofia) is one that is easy to pronounce for both spanish+ english speakers. My... show more
    Hey everyone just wanted some insight on something I’ve been debating with for a while. I’ve always like my middle name better than my first. My first is unique and hard to pronounce for those that don’t speak Spanish. My middle name (Sofia) is one that is easy to pronounce for both spanish+ english speakers. My question is: Is it strange to start going by middle name as an adult? I’m in my mid 20’s . I kinda started using it when I was 18, but it hasn’t really “stuck”. Just a couple of new friends call me by middle name. Should I keep trying to use the name that I like better (middle) or just give up and go by my first name? I wouldn’t make those that know me by first call me a new name, just with new people that I meet.
    10 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Do I have obsessive qualities?

    I was in a hearing for a civil harassment case. The judge said to me, "You have to learn to conquer rejection. I learned to conquer rejection when I was 14. it's over. Get over it. It's not healthy for you. You have disturbed her peace to a degree that no reasonable person should have to endure. You... show more
    I was in a hearing for a civil harassment case. The judge said to me, "You have to learn to conquer rejection. I learned to conquer rejection when I was 14. it's over. Get over it. It's not healthy for you. You have disturbed her peace to a degree that no reasonable person should have to endure. You subjected her to voluminous, numerous, ongoing unwanted and unwelcome communication by text message, by phone call, by social media and other electronic means."
    9 answers · 13 hours ago
  • How offensive is "you're not a genuine person"?

    Best answer: It's very offensive.
    It means that you're insincere, mendacious, hypocritical, shallow, pretentious or superficial - any or all of those things.
    Best answer: It's very offensive.
    It means that you're insincere, mendacious, hypocritical, shallow, pretentious or superficial - any or all of those things.
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • An obese man pushed me out of half my seat on the train?

    Best answer: Keep farting if he sits next to you.
    Best answer: Keep farting if he sits next to you.
    8 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Was this insensitive?

    I had a guest pass for 24 hour fitness and I met with the employee and when he was filling out which gender I am, he said, "Which gender are you? Both?" Then he laughed and said, "Just kidding." This was because my hair was really short at that time, like a boy.
    I had a guest pass for 24 hour fitness and I met with the employee and when he was filling out which gender I am, he said, "Which gender are you? Both?" Then he laughed and said, "Just kidding." This was because my hair was really short at that time, like a boy.
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is this wrong of me?

    Best answer: Not going was perfectly fine to do. But you shouldn’t of gone into reasons of when you feel it is worth it to drive an hour and half.

    Thank you for the invitation but I can’t make it, would of been enough,
    Best answer: Not going was perfectly fine to do. But you shouldn’t of gone into reasons of when you feel it is worth it to drive an hour and half.

    Thank you for the invitation but I can’t make it, would of been enough,
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do I learn to be genuinely charming to people so they’ll like me?

    I feel I’m unlikeable
    I feel I’m unlikeable
    7 answers · 14 hours ago
  • What shall I do in this situation?

    My neighbourhood is filled with people yelling and fighting with each other. It is so noisy and disturbing.
    My neighbourhood is filled with people yelling and fighting with each other. It is so noisy and disturbing.
    6 answers · 8 hours ago
  • I am addicting to English slang words. How can I stop talking like an English person?

    I've been re-reading the Harry Potter series, and I've gotten totally addicted to English slang. I even make sure to say a new slang word every day at work. Yes, I understand that I am the only one who finds it funny, but I can't stop. My friends have even begged me to stop reading the series and have... show more
    I've been re-reading the Harry Potter series, and I've gotten totally addicted to English slang. I even make sure to say a new slang word every day at work. Yes, I understand that I am the only one who finds it funny, but I can't stop. My friends have even begged me to stop reading the series and have held a mini intervention, but I flat out refused, but I promised I would try to stop using English slang words.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it rude to sit down beside/behind someone when they are on the phone?

    So at my workplace, we have a company policy that when we need to take a personal phone call that we go to a balcony that we have; it's a small office, so this saves people having loud (annyoying) conversations. I have friends living overseas that I can only speak to on my lunchbreak (because of timezone... show more
    So at my workplace, we have a company policy that when we need to take a personal phone call that we go to a balcony that we have; it's a small office, so this saves people having loud (annyoying) conversations. I have friends living overseas that I can only speak to on my lunchbreak (because of timezone issues), friends going through though times, and also take general calls from an employment agency about how my job is going... awkward for someone who works with you to overhear... so I go out to this balcony for lunch because i almost always have to call someone/someone calls me. Almost every day though, one of my co-workers comes out and sits down beside me when I'm in the middle of a private conversation, or sits behind me (when I'm standing - facing away from the door for extra privacy), and does not make himself known, so overhears things I would wish to keep private. I usually end up saying excuse me to the person I'm talking to and leave, or just completely end the conversation. Question is, am I being petty, or is this actually a really rude thing for him to do? And how do i go about letting him know that i don't appreciate it without being confrontational (as I do have to work with him). Also, we have about 3-4 other places we can eat lunch, so it's not like he has no other options...
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What can I say when women touch me at work?

    I work mostly with women and quite a few of them have touched my butt or they'll grab my arms or rub my back when they walk by me. They know I'm gay and I think that's why they think it's ok but it's just so awkward. One woman who is twice my age told me if I was straight, she'd be asking... show more
    I work mostly with women and quite a few of them have touched my butt or they'll grab my arms or rub my back when they walk by me. They know I'm gay and I think that's why they think it's ok but it's just so awkward. One woman who is twice my age told me if I was straight, she'd be asking me out. I don't know what to say in these situations. I'm not a flirty or sexual person at all and even though it is kind of flattering, I guess, it's just awkward because I never know what to say. Most times I'm too busy to react to them touching me. I don't want to cause problems and when I've brought it up to my boss, she just brushed it off like it doesn't happen because she doesn't like me and doesn't think anybody else there should.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why my question about interacial couples in UK was deleted?

    Asking it respectably again: Do white females are into people of collor like it's going in America? How it's going on UK schools and colleges?
    Asking it respectably again: Do white females are into people of collor like it's going in America? How it's going on UK schools and colleges?
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • When is it OK to tell a woman you work with they have gained weight?

    Best answer: Never, when is it appropriate to say something that can get you fired for workplace harassment? What business is it of yours? Gee whiz, her appearance is changing, her clothes aren't fitting, maybe she needs someone to tell her something that she already knows?
    Best answer: Never, when is it appropriate to say something that can get you fired for workplace harassment? What business is it of yours? Gee whiz, her appearance is changing, her clothes aren't fitting, maybe she needs someone to tell her something that she already knows?
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Did I come across very rude to this customer?

    Best answer: Your intention was to put this customer at ease and express empathy for her situation. You made a decision that made sense for you in that moment and you acted accordingly.
    Best answer: Your intention was to put this customer at ease and express empathy for her situation. You made a decision that made sense for you in that moment and you acted accordingly.
    7 answers · 1 day ago