• I like orange color.?

    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • I'm glad that I'm white, aren't you?

    Best answer: There is nothing wrong with being white.
    Best answer: There is nothing wrong with being white.
    14 answers · 5 days ago
  • Ugh... I'd hate to be gay, is that offensive?

    Best answer: No.

    I don't think anyone wants to be gay.

    But if you are gay, it's just one of those things, & it's nothing to ashamed of.
    Best answer: No.

    I don't think anyone wants to be gay.

    But if you are gay, it's just one of those things, & it's nothing to ashamed of.
    11 answers · 5 days ago
  • Proud to be straight 🌈?

    I'm proud to be who I am, nothing wrong with that.
    I'm proud to be who I am, nothing wrong with that.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Am I the only person to vote no to heterosexual people?

    I'm a lesbian and whilst for a long time I was fooling myself that I was bisexual, I dated a lot of guys, they were all childish, who treated me badly, but then I found my girl and she is the most beautiful girl in the world, we love and need each other, so I voted no to straight people.
    I'm a lesbian and whilst for a long time I was fooling myself that I was bisexual, I dated a lot of guys, they were all childish, who treated me badly, but then I found my girl and she is the most beautiful girl in the world, we love and need each other, so I voted no to straight people.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • What happens when you clean-up polluted super-fund sites.. you haul the polluted dirt somewhere and dump it?...?

    Best answer: Depending on the type of pollution, the material from the superfund site may be de-activated, for example, by incineration. Otherwise, it may be concentrated in a specialized landfill, along with material from other superfund sites. It's not as bad as you imagine.
    Best answer: Depending on the type of pollution, the material from the superfund site may be de-activated, for example, by incineration. Otherwise, it may be concentrated in a specialized landfill, along with material from other superfund sites. It's not as bad as you imagine.
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Questions about water?

    Best answer: Specific house, no, unless the house has problems. Different areas have different types of water and that remains fairly constant. Someone in the SW US has water fairly similar to the water in London; someone in the NE has water more like the water in Germany. To some extent, you can distinguish water from... show more
    Best answer: Specific house, no, unless the house has problems. Different areas have different types of water and that remains fairly constant. Someone in the SW US has water fairly similar to the water in London; someone in the NE has water more like the water in Germany. To some extent, you can distinguish water from individual streams even after the water has been treated and sent out through the mains. When I worked for a water company, one swallow was usually enough if it was from one of the major sources. Otherwise, I would need a chemical analysis.
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • How can I become a rock?

    My dream is to be a pet rock
    My dream is to be a pet rock
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Are you scared of heights?

    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do you do all day?

    Best answer: Work.
    Best answer: Work.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Questions for people who think the earth is flat?

    Best answer: Don't ask for critical thinking, it gives them headaches.
    Best answer: Don't ask for critical thinking, it gives them headaches.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Moving out at 17?

    So, me and my girlfriend have been together for awhile. We’ve gotten pretty serious on a lot of things. But we both want to be together, even if her parents don’t like me much. Her parents are very strict on a lot of things they’re pretty narcissistic, and she doesn’t really like being around them much. She’s very... show more
    So, me and my girlfriend have been together for awhile. We’ve gotten pretty serious on a lot of things. But we both want to be together, even if her parents don’t like me much. Her parents are very strict on a lot of things they’re pretty narcissistic, and she doesn’t really like being around them much. She’s very smart, and with a lot of her points in school, she can graduate the same year as me; she’ll be 17 and I’ll be 18. Before I graduate I’ll be going to basic training, so after AIT I’ll be apart of the army and with the right kind of education I can become an officer and active soon after. She wants to be a piano teacher, and eventually teach in a school (Her parents don’t approve of that). We both’ll probably be able to support ourselves, with the rent and such with our jobs. We both don’t fight, we both are christian and in love, and we just want to be with each other forever. My biggest concern is when we do move out, I don’t care what anyone says, I want to be with her and she wants to be with me. Her parents have said that when she graduates, she can just leave. We’ve been talking a lot about moving in, and we just want this so badly, to be with one another and I want to make her happy. I just want to make sure it’s okay that we leave when she is 17 and I am 18. I don’t know if there’s some kind of law that says that, so I’m just making sure. Please nothing negative, I can’t hear any of that right now. Thank you!
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How shoul I smoke my weed today?

    Best answer: Try rolling it up in dandelions leaves, or rose petals if you’re feeling extra luxurious.
    Best answer: Try rolling it up in dandelions leaves, or rose petals if you’re feeling extra luxurious.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Survey - temperatures dropped suddenly, is world coming to an end?

    Best answer: "Suddenly" is the key word for this question. For a World ending event to occur like a pole flip or a huge asteroid hit other calamities, such as huge flooding, earthquakes, sun obscured by volcanic dust would happen. A super volcano, such as Yellowstone, could put the Earth in darkness for years, wiping... show more
    Best answer: "Suddenly" is the key word for this question. For a World ending event to occur like a pole flip or a huge asteroid hit other calamities, such as huge flooding, earthquakes, sun obscured by volcanic dust would happen. A super volcano, such as Yellowstone, could put the Earth in darkness for years, wiping out huge populations of life, but not all.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago