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It could be, as the person is not able to express fellings or thoughts through many or complex words.

UNITED STATES / JUL 27, 2016 11:09 PM EST

in response to: Is it true that the excessive use of interrogation points and exclamation points is indicative of a person's lack of intelligence?
...Personally I don't think it is quantifiable. That said, some parts of America are particularly awe inspiring. Our national park system for example, it is hard to experience some American landscapes without feeling a sense of greatness.

UNITED STATES / JUL 27, 2016 1:58 PM EST

in response to: Why do Americans have the belief that their country is greatest on earth. What is it based on?
I think it may just seem like this because the girls that sleep around are the loudest and most noticeable. I do think that a lot of teenage girls deny that they like to sleep around because it's often frowned down upon, and leads to insults like slut and whore being thrown around. The girls that spend more time working towards their future are the ones that are more likely to want a serious relationship. :)

UNITED STATES / JUL 26, 2016 9:56 PM EST

in response to: (I'm 17) Why do girls my age say that they want serious relationships but go ahead and sleep around? I want a serious relationship but it seems like girls my age really don't. Most 20 year old girls that I ask for advice tell me that they slept around in high school. Why? Do teenage girls lie when they say they want serious relationships or is it just really difficult for them to admit the fact that they enjoy sleeping around to themselves?
Wheres Hitler when ya really need him. Unreliable..!

UNITED STATES / JUL 24, 2016 9:44 PM EST

in response to: looks like yet another muslum has done "the Muslim thing" in Germany.(not the one from this morning)
I think you should name your pet whatever you think is suitable for it. I personally like names that are foods, like if my pet was black and white, I would probably name it Oreo. Also, you could name it after a habit it has or something. Hope this helped!

UNITED STATES / JUL 23, 2016 10:55 PM EST

in response to: Is 'Elron' a good name for a pet? I like unique names (not made-up though). I have 2 cats named Crowley (after the occultist) and LaVey (after the founder of the Church of Satan). Suggestions welcome.
You seriously need to get a life. Some people come her for help, and all you do is belittle them. Grow up and heal from whatever makes you so miserable and pathetic.

UNITED STATES / JUL 23, 2016 7:56 PM EST

in response to: 15-year-old. Troubled. Blabla. Need your help, dear JC people.
8:53!!! You're the one who's trolling. There are reasonable questions that have been answered, by people with common sense. It's extremely childish and bias of you, to continue to troll me, for asking a question. I hope you have a nice day.

UNITED STATES / JUL 22, 2016 8:59 AM EST

in response to: Earlier today, I answered a question on this site. I am going through a similar situation. --- Long story short: An ex of mines has been following me for a few years, that I know of. But, won't say anything to me. He won't even make eye contact with me. --- I'm genuinely confused by the entire situation. I know they know I've notice him, his family following me around and they call me his girlfriend. So why doesn't he just say something!?!
Diversity is unavoidable.

UNITED STATES / JUL 20, 2016 2:26 PM EST

in response to: America has long been called the great mixing pot but I feel like we don't really mix well at all. It seems that everyone would rather be with their own kind. BLM is just one example. Is diversity a failed experiment just like communism was?
Hey! The whole gay/bi stuff is some hard stuff when it comes to advice. If I were you, I think I would bring up the subject slowly and give them scenerious asking them "what if" you know? But if you feel you know what they'll say (bad vibes).Then if you're comfortable, just tell them. They're your friends.If they really are, they'll accept you. However, if you fear the outcome, you don't have to tell them. I hope this helped kind of? If you have kik and want to talk : username479162

UNITED STATES / JUL 18, 2016 11:33 PM EST

in response to: I'm bi and afraid to come out to my friends. They're super Christian and don't approve of people at our school who are gay, bi, etc. should I come out to them?
Just end the friendship. They are just as capable to spread rumors during your friendship as they would after it ends. Nothing that bully can do can hurt you. Who cares if they spread rumors anyway? It's not like it'll hurt you. And if they do, tell a teacher (assuming this is school related)

UNITED STATES / JUL 18, 2016 5:44 AM EST

in response to: Should I end my friendship with my bipolar friend? He's been bullying me constantly and won't stop until someone steps in. I'm afraid if I do end it though, he'll go spread rumours about me or a few other things... what exactly should I do?
Hey Larry. I love “One More Thing Than I Can Handle,” and Kate did a fantastic recording of it that I’ve now been sitting on for six years. I’ve got some ideas about the whole �l;82perpetual2y upcoming follow-up” and I think I’ll be able to announce something by the end of this year. Fingers crossed.

UNITED STATES / JUL 18, 2016 5:03 AM EST

in response to: What app should I use to stream child pоrn on my Toshiba Tablet that was made in 2012? I want an app that will let me record horny pre-teen chicks digitally but stream online so fans of mine could watch? I'm not sure what to use.
We look forward to meeting Luna as well! Next week we will be able to address all these issues you two are cuntrerly having and help her on her way to uberness!

UNITED STATES / JUL 18, 2016 5:02 AM EST

in response to: Its too cold to get out of bed?
You have to be honest with her. If you have a healthy relationship and good communication, you two will be able to find a solution/compromise.

UNITED STATES / JUL 17, 2016 2:29 PM EST

in response to: My gf and I have been together for 3 years. When we first got together, we both believed in God. I probably was more religious than she was. Now, I consider myself agnostic, but she doesn't know that. She continues to ask us to pray together or think about things from a Christian point of view. I don't know how to tell her that I really don't believe in these things anymore, or certainly not like I used to. What do I do?
No, you're just sexually disabled.

UNITED STATES / JUL 15, 2016 5:17 AM EST

in response to: Am I gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay?
No, you're just sexually disabled.

UNITED STATES / JUL 15, 2016 5:17 AM EST

in response to: Am I gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay?
No, you're just sexually disabled.

UNITED STATES / JUL 15, 2016 5:17 AM EST

in response to: Am I gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay?
No, you're just sexually disabled.

UNITED STATES / JUL 15, 2016 5:17 AM EST

in response to: Am I gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay?
No, you're just sexually disabled.

UNITED STATES / JUL 15, 2016 5:16 AM EST

in response to: Am I gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay?
No, you're just sexually disabled.

UNITED STATES / JUL 15, 2016 5:16 AM EST

in response to: Am I gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay?
No, you're just sexually disabled.

UNITED STATES / JUL 15, 2016 5:16 AM EST

in response to: Am I gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay?
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