-they are there for you during both your good and bad times -you can go months at a time without talking, but when you do, it's like returning to a conversation you just had yesterday -they are willing to tell you what needs to be said, i.e., be honest even when it's tough -they make you do the hee-hee's and hoo-hoo's and hahas c:
What's the first thing you notice in a person of the opposite gender?
I am bi, so there are some similarities regardless of gender. However, the way I experience attraction between different genders is a little different. If you're familiar with the split attraction model, you can think of it has sliding around some of the sliders around the various types of attraction for each gender.
A portal to another world opens in front of you. You don’t know how long it will stay open or if you’ll be able to get back after you go through. What do you do?And which world would you choose ? A reminder , you might not be able to get back again !
A portal to the Pokemon world would be interesting.Another idea would be a portal to an alternate reality that's identical the current one except that everything just "works out" for me. However, in such a case, I would want to have the memory of switching realities to be wiped from me so that I could appreciate the good things instead of expecting them.
Probably at some video or something if you count having tears well up and roll down my face. The last thing I can remember that's specific would be some scenes from the third season of My Hero Academia.
What question could you ask someone you just met to get to really know them?
It might be an awkward question, but something along the lines of "How would you summarize your life in X words?" might be a good start :P If you mean moreso how to get to know them in regards to their personality, then I don't any single question will capture that.
I'm not quite sure. I've had many friendships, but it seems over time, I slowly lose touch with people who I used to be friends with. I've had a blast with people, some of which I hardly talk to anymore. I've also had friends of varying personalities/values/etc but a common theme is that their company brings me genuine joy and that their existence somehow positively influences my life.
I've done high school theater before which involved some choreography. I can do some basic stuff on DDR or PIU. But in terms of like...just dancing at a social gathering or what not, I can't do much more than seat back and forth, Bob my head a bit, and tap my foot.
What do you think of cheaters (in romantic relationships)?
As for me personally, it would hurt me a bit if I were cheated on, but I also tend to be a rather forgiving person. I also understand that some people tend to having more open relationships, in which case, I don't count that as cheating as long as the agreed upon boundaries/expectations are observed. For some people, I know that they take cheating very seriously, and I'm understanding of people that break up with others over cheating.