well,... yea,.. writers do that dont we?,.. i mean, every good idea in the history of the world started out as a "what if" fantasy,.. so yea,.. i am one of those.
This question is neither polite nor intelligent. If one is pretending he will not tell. If one is not pretending he will not entertain the questioner
Pretending is the exercise of imagination and imagination is the fountain of the soul. All actors pretend as well as politicians and ministers. It seems that the public loves pretenders rather than realists. Is it better to be loved or known as a realist?
If I say yes means I do not pretend, on the other hand, if i say no may be I pretend, so I would say yes...
by jerami 7 years ago
I'd like to try something Can we "Temporarily" imagine or "pretend" if ya like that phrase better, that the second coming as it has been taught, came long ago? Just pretend and see where it goes?? Temporarily forget all of our preconceived ideas. ...
by Sundeep Kataria 4 years ago
Should one pretend to be happy even when one is not. Why ? Are there any advantages?
by Marissa 7 years ago
Will you let your daughter pretend she is a princess?I have recently read several articles in magazines about whether or not to allow little girls to play princess, with the fear they will grow up to only be shallow, beauty is skin deep, prince charming seekers. Any thoughts about this?
by H C Palting 5 years ago
Should a 6 year old be suspended from school for pretending a pencil was a gun?Was the child just being a child and using his imagination, pretending to be a Marine like his father, or was this an overreaction by the school?
by Oztinato 2 years ago
Is it ethically wrong to pretend to firmly hold the views of others?Recently a certain person admitted to pretending to have the views of others in order to get a reaction from a specific group online. He did not accept being admonished or see anything intrinsically wrong with this.
by Apostle Jack 7 years ago
Do you pretend a lot?
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