if you had to base your life on a book what genre would it be.
would you rather be a animal that can talk, a animal that uses body language to talk.
I used to be a "bump monkey," an animal that hears talking that doesn't happen in real time in the same vicinity as the creature that hears it. . .. .So I think that I'd rather be an animal that communicates with imposed thoughts into the minds of others. . . .revenge is best served cold.
by The Demon Writer 8 years ago
Would you rather sit down and have a talk with Dawkins or the Pope? Why?I would go with the Pope. It would be a very intense conversation that mostly involved me trying to convince the Pope that Catholicism is a bad thing.
by Josh Schaitel and Olivia Alverson 5 years ago
If you had a problem would you talk to a stranger about it? If you felt like no one listened to you and no one cared. You were also feeling really bad about something would you feel comfortable talking to a stranger knowing that you would probably never see them again unless you wanted too?
by the american 8 years ago
PArdon me, but from the way you talk it seems that you'd rather not have Americans come to...Europe. Well then wouldn't that harm the local economies who depend on we "stupid american tourists" to make a living? Please remember it was the Americans who saved Europe from Communism, Nazism...
by marinealways24 9 years ago
I think I would rather be an unconscious animal running around without a care or regret in the world. I think it would be much less stressful to be an animal compared to the neverending reasoning and conscience of being a human. Which would you rather be and why?
by telltale 11 months ago
Do people nowadays prefer to read in the Internet rather than actual books?Do people read books at all nowadays? I noticed that not many people prefer to go to the library for books, what do you think?
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