How should one respond to the question "What's up?"
It doesn't matter if the person asked is having a bad day or not. And how should you respond so that, it will keep the conversation going.
Try: "Everything that's not down." That will stop them for a minute.
by IDONO 3 years ago
Why do people that don't believe in God, respond to questions about God?Don't get me wrong. I respect and appreciate every response, even if they disagree. That is everyone's right. But I usually don't waste time and energy in things that I don't believe in. Sure, I don't believe in Santa and still...
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by Sondra Rochelle 24 months ago
Today I started editing an article and discovered that YouTube has blocked ALL of my videos. I have sent the team an email about this, but want to know if anybody else is having this problem or if you have any idea about what is causing this problem. This is very concerning.
by Ellana317 6 years ago
What's the best way to respond to the dreaded question, "When are you getting married?"So... one of my best friend's is getting married in another week and everyone we know will be there (high school/neighborhood/college friends included). I am knocking on 30 and I have yet to walk...
by Marlene Bertrand 6 years ago
When you say something to someone and they respond by saying, "Whatever!"... what does that mean?For instance, you ask your teenage daughter to remember to pick up her room when she comes home from school, and she responds with, "Whatever!"
by J Beadle 8 years ago
I can't find a picture of the new helmet but I'm looking at it right now on the NFL Network and I don't like it. It is blue and solid and the horseshoes aren't on the side - they are on the lower back. I hate it. Not that I'm a colts fan even but still - I liked the old...
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