Holidays are festive, fun, uplifting and traditional. They involve much activity, social functions bringing families & friends together to create fond memories. There is music, singing & dancing and expression of love and gratitude. What's not to love?
by wanzulfikri 6 years ago
My friend just asked me and I felt weird thinking about the answers. For me, books are forms of entertainment and knowledge. What do you guys think?
by IDONO 5 years ago
Why do people love GOLF so much?People love to play it, watch it, talk about it, make a lot of money at it, etc. Yet, I hear so much that "it's stupid" or "it's boring". Even though I am no good at it, I love it. It's huge; it's worldwide, and it even has it's own channel...
by Charlu 6 years ago
Do some people love their pets so much because they are avoiding relationships with humans?Are some relationships with pets and that unconditional love an avoidance of having that same love with humans and if so why? Is it possibly due to there is no fear of rejection, trust, commitment,...
by Schandee Decker 4 years ago
Do you think that people love to see a hero fall, more than watching one rise?In Spider Man the editor said "if he doesn't want to be famous, we'll make him infamous." Then he said something like "..if there is one thing people love more than seeing a hero rise, it's seeing one...
by manjubose5 7 years ago
Why do people love writing on Hubpages?If you are among the fans of Hubpages, write your views or experiences.
by jzepess 7 years ago
Why are we more kind on the holidays than any other time of year?Shouldn't we always be 'in the spirit' of loving and helping others?
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