I'd say it's how many birthdays one has had (assuming that one doesn't happen to be a leap-year baby, in which case, whatever mucking with dates and math related to birthdays must, of course, be factored in).
by Lunabelle7 years ago
Assuming you agree with dying hair rainbow colors, at what age do you think someone should stop?
by Katelyn Weel2 years ago
Do you actually care if the human race goes extinct (assuming it won't happen in your lifetime)?I see a lot of people brush off environmental issues like soil depletion, air and water quality, and climate change as...
by peter5652 years ago
In ancient Rome, what happen if a man married his slave and have a child?
by Rabgix6 years ago
God dislikes homosexuals. God doesn't want you to work on Sunday. God doesn't want you to touch or eat pigs. God doesn't want you to lie. God doesn't want us to blend fabrics.Seriously? Assuming this all powerful...
by Dicaeopolis6 years ago
What is the best college course attendance policy (assuming that a course must have such a policy)?I am a college professor and just started at a school that requires me to have an attendance policy. I'm interested in...
by Nichol marie4 weeks ago
What is your Sterotype when you see a large family of 4 children or a small family of just 1 childDo u judge I dont judge on family size at all or those without children at all but I guesse this is a thing now
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