You can encounter something in life, but if no-one tells you how to handle it (or what it is, for that matter) then it's no use to you. The same works the other way around. Someone can teach you about certain aspects of life, but if you never actually experience them, there's also no use to it.
Curious in terms of discovering educational knowledge, yes, but when it comes to being curious about people's private lifes then sure as hell no! Being overly curious about that will eventually push people away.
Don't take life too seriously, you'll never get out alive.
Beer, defenitely. Too bad that the yeast will actually pull you down and drown you. Then again, I can't think of a better way to go than that. :)
Which advice appeals to you more? http://i.imgur.com/QSdJVnY.png
If I had to choose then I'd go with the first person. But I can see an amount of truth in both advices. In my opinion you should be open to everyone in life and not limit it to certain types of people. Even if it's not necessarily beneficial to you.
How is your Determination?: https://imgur.com/jzurAli
I am very determined in life, but not in a religious way. I have set different goals for myself in life that does not involve dedication to a certain God. But nevertheless, to each his own.
Between fifteen and twenty minutes in total, but I always take my time. I never hurry.
No, definitely not. But then again, which kid does want to be a teacher when he grows up? Not that many, I can tell you that much.
Are there any questions on ask you will not answer? What line of questioning crosses the line if there is a line?
I will never give answers that contain private information of people close to me. I do not mind giving out details about myself or my own life, after all, that's a decision I consciously make, but I will not involve other people from my life without their consent.
I tried zebra meat yesterday. Never had that before. Don't think I will try it again in the future. It's taste was terrible.
Which mentality do you like more? https://imgur.com/awFr9sJ
I agree with the first guy. If you tell everyone that you love him, then the word/feeling with lose it's value. If you only express it to those close to you, then the word/feeling will keep it's impact.
Yes, and the reason is that you caused it to happen. So, actually, no, I do not. I don't believe in a concept similar to presdestination. Not in a religious way and not in a secular/more worldy way.
I wish you a very happy birthday and many years to come! :)
From the top of my head, four, but there could be more. Or less.
Too many darn times I'm afraid. People can say whatever they want; money is important...
Everything. Having someone there to cheer you up when you feel down, having someone to tell you everything will eventually be alreight, and of course, returning the favour... that's simply majestic.
I absolutely hate tattoos, but that's a different story. If I really had to get one, then I'd probably go with a skull in the style of 'dias de los muertos'.
You’re having lunch with three people you respect and admire. They all start criticizing a close friend of yours, not knowing she is your friend. The criticism is distasteful and unjustified. What do you do?
I would defend my friend, but refrain from sparking a discussion. If, however, it tend to lean towards the start of a discussion, then I'd suggest talking about a new, different topic.
Which sheepy do you like more? http://i.imgur.com/y5301QH.png 🐏
I like the sheepy that choses to dress the way he feels comfortable with. If you feel good wearing a top hat, then that's great. If you feel good fitting in with the crowd, also fine. Just be yourself.
Where do I start... Let's just stick to one thing and in that case I'd have to say "fidget spinners".
Well, my language has a word that's hard to translate to other languages, because it can have a variety of different meaning, depending on the context in which it is used. The word is "gezellig" and can mean everything from fun, pretty, cozy, delicious, cool, nice, okay, pleasent, entertaining or quaint. But then again, we Dutch people can be weird.
Which stickman do you find more approachable? http://i.imgur.com/iQU6ix9.png
I agree with the second one. It's okay to make mistakes, after all, everyone does it life. It's how you deal with the ones you make, how you make up to the ones you hurt, that matters.
Dress up like Jesus en hold up a sign with the text "Judgement day is here, so show me your tits and I will judge them".