How far would YOU go to prove a point?
Say someone's accused you of being too lazy...so lazy, in fact, that you can't even be bothered to hold a grudge, they say. You, of course, are adement that you're not at all lazy...So what do you do to prove you're not? Do you just take it in your stride, or do you ignore them to show them you aren't too lazy to hold a grudge? And if so, for how long? A day? A week? A month?...A year? Would you do MORE than just ignore them? How far would you go just to prove something to someone??
by Erica Sanchez 6 years ago
To what extreme measures would you go through to prove a point?
by Barine Sambaris 5 years ago
What is the best way of punishing your lover to prove your point?
by jerami 7 years ago
I can prove God exist!I can prove God doesn't exist! Using the same rebuttal arguments that have become so common .... You can not prove that Life exists. Has anyone ever seen this thing we call LIFE? WE see the affects that life has upon an object when Life is...
by Peeples 5 years ago
Are we going too far?Elementary school children suspended for eating poptarts into gun shapes, bringing butter knives to school with their lunch, or for playing with bubble guns in kindergarten. At what point is it going too far? Are we overreacting to what use to be considered normal childhood...
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