Ask @KeepYourEyesPeeled:

What would you do if you won the lottery?

Spam Ask
Set my self up for the rest of my life, new car, house on the beach, and keep a nest egg, and give away the rest. Buy a three or four bedroom house for me and my GF and her daughter, and her nephew too if she wants. Put a 1000gallon freshwater aquarium in the living room and several more tanks through the house. I'd buy a Karma Revero to drive and get my GF a Corvette and pay off her Toyota CHR for her daughter to drive. After that, live a happy and simple but elegant life. Pay off my debt, get a place to live, put the rest in the bank, and keep working till I can live off the returns my lottery winnings earn.

View more

Do you enjoy playing practical jokes on people or have you outgrown that kind of tomfoolery now?? 😆🤡💩

I have never been one to do it or get involved in them much...but I always did appreciate a good clean practical joke that didn't hurt or humiliate anyone (physically or emotionally), and I still do. No-one must be hurt or humiliated. A good practical joke requires skill and tact!

View more

Is there something going on in the world that you find to be a bother? What is it? Why? What steps do you think that you and the world could take to make a positive change?

ChevarneGeorge
Planning for our species future, those in power are very closed minded and only think in the short term. Most people only think relative to their own life span. Unfortunately there's nothing that can be done.

View more

Is there something that has happened in your life (good or bad) that has completely changed your outlook on life? How has that helped shape you into the person you are today?

ChevarneGeorge
It is a very long drawn out story so I won't go into details, but just about everything that I went through in my life (along the lines of mental/emotional abuse, bullying, relationships/ finding relationships etc.) has made me what and who I am today. I didn't take the road of living in anger and hatred, I didn't resort to lashing out and becoming what I hated. Instead I learned and grew from it, choosing to NOT be like those people and choosing never to treat another human being that way.

View more

Suicide is a common cause of death nowadays. Do you think that suicide is a selfish act? Why or why not? If someone who felt suicidal came to you for help/advice, what would you say to them? Have you ever felt this way throughout your life? (Please do not feel pressured to answer this question).

I’m very hit and miss with this one, some people going through it, think their loved ones are selfish for making one live when they want out, but from the point of view of having to make the discovery of the body of someone after suicide, it’s selfish to put someone through that, but that’s hard to say as well because, I walked in and found my friend when I was 18 and that memory has implanted, and I know a close friend who found his brother after a suicide the start of this year. I see that as selfish but I do understand depression and suicide because I’ve been through it from both sides of the spectrum. But what scares me in the back of my mind for most of my life is that it’s possible that my life may end that way one day if I get too impulsive. It depends on the reasons. Some severely disabled people opt for suicide to avoid being a burden on their families. I'd call that selfless. It's our only truly free choice to make. It's selfish to deny that choice on any grounds, though we must try to change the circumstances that result in an individual considering that choice. It very much is. It doesn't solve problems, merely pushes them to others. My message to a suicidal person would benefit very customized. I can't just spit one out, I would want to sit down and have a conversation. They need to be shown they are worth my time and meaningful thought, not some empty platitudes. I've been deeply depressed to the point where I wasn't sure if I wanted to love, but never reached the point of planning to take my own life. It’s a controversial subject. Personally I’ve seen suicide destroy the person who found the body and from that point of view, it’s selfish. But people really do suffer so it happens. I just wish those who chose to commit suicide could have some hope to hold onto but so many people are alone in their struggles. All we can do is be compassionate to people and offer some kind of support.

View more

Do you easily let your past go or immerse yourself in past memories?

I let my past go. I used to dwell on it, but that just made me depressed. It is better to work on your future than live in the past. Who you are today is much different than who you were yesterday. I try to move on as much as I can. Sometimes it's difficult.

View more

Next