I have done real historical research on that (no joke) -- it's actually progressing.
It's not tonight right? Because I'm like, WAY busy.
I actually consider myself "aristocratic," so I don't do crazy things in public.
That answer is cultural; and I know that since I've lived in several different parts of the United States. In the Midwest and in Maine, the answer is, yes, you have to, and you can, the culture there demands this, so everyone does it. In Massachusetts where I grew up, the answer is -- you CAN, but in the end it's really not a good idea to.
I will answer that question indirectly -- when you're young, you haven't really seen that much in life yet, but when you're older, say, in your 30s, you realize your teachers were all just people, just like you; for me, it was then, having thought about what that TRULY meant, when I realized just how straight-up "batshit" most of my teachers really were.
How to be Intellectual.
No one from the Hulu Stephen King original series "Castle Rock" -- it is my genuine wish that given their absolute craziness, none of the people from that show are ever allowed to be President.
The sound of excellence.
Being Awesome (duh).
If I invented Frankenstein, everyone would be really mad at me so I don't want to do that one so....(thinks about it for 5 minutes)...Frankenstein.
I'm not a celebrity, but how do you know I'm not really an alien? Think about it -- I seriously COULD be an alien, but I'm just not telling you.
Owls -- I consider them overly wise.
Junk foods are a state of mind -- but chocolate chip muffins.
I've actually found that listening to music in that particular language helps...
Define happiness for me.
That would have to be (therefore) true -- yes.
I actually don't know one -- what's the problem?
Depends how you look at it.