Ask @ChanaskX:

If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be?

Jennyli
How we communicate with ourselves, other individuals, other beings, other surroundings.
Today, were mostly caught up in one fairly functional macrocosm, an ongoing business routine.
Numb, sedated, impaired, and heavily distracted, impatiently awaiting for more stimuli is perhaps the new majority.
I'd change how we communicate, because really I think this fundamentally where all our dire problems lie.
Ignoring, manipulating, falsifying, delaying communication leaves a hell of a lot more vulnerable and slow to change other things.

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do you easily fall in love?

Oh, no. Not at all. Honestly, I really dont know what it is. I once thought I felt it or was in some association, some affinity with it. But, it's not really for me. I don't have an attraction or attachment to incarnate it. I think there's so much that we can do, say, think and feel without falling on the concerns and sensitivities for this word

Do you believe it is fair to judge someone who has crooked or non perfect but other wise healthy teeth? Would you date someone with not straight teeth?

To be honest I've never run into that problem. Everyone I meet has tolerable or even pleasant teeth. And, those that smile often happen to have nicer ones -or the person is just comfortable with them. That's just the way it goes.
Not sure why there should be any judgment, unless someone is a dentist, or grew up with a dentistry family or something.
I get why there would be some judgement because we're programed by media to look like what's on film, tv, and celebrities. But, perfect teeth it's not necessary.
For me, ideally a nice set of healthy teeth is totally fine.
Crystal white, all uniform, and perfectly straight, that's cool, but it's not necessary. Also, maybe some don't care for it, or just can't afford to.

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