Only you can know for yourself. I can't answer that for you.+1 answer in: “What does your bedroom smell like?”
If it mattered, wouldn't you know?
To some degree, but such explorations have been more extensive, deeper, and more revealing when someone actively joins me on such a journey. You?+2 answers in: “Is there any person you are afraid of?”
I am most productive in the morning.
Probably somewhat like me.+1 answer Read more
Being given my life.
I'd suggest looking it up, but it's neither English nor from a Latin-based alphabet.
This question assumes too much regarding intentions and motives. It's too vague to answer, but my answer would be the same regardless of gender.
Yes, although not all excitement is positive.
Depends on the time, day, location, environment, and much more.
I wish I could say I put myself first, but I don't. I'm trying to make certain positive changes at the moment.
Given I apparently spoke for more than 3 hours with a friend in Seattle without recollection of the conversation (I was on Ambien), I'm not sure.
It's natural to question such things. Being obsessed with them is unhealthy.
No active fears. In a way, we should all be afraid of ourselves and what may lie within.+2 answers Read more
Well, anonymous sender, grammar dictates that you should use "you're" instead of "your." As for whatever fuels your aesthetic needs, it's not healthy.
Interestingly sent by an anonymous user...
Looking for employment.
Unless they have synesthesia, I doubt they use their eyes (as we use for reading other than in situations such as using Braille) to "hear."
Typically the food from the sea.
Art, love, and history have demonstrated this answer.
I felt myself...hey, wait...
Question should be "Who wouldn't relocate for love?" The answer would be: "A fool."
I can't say I've tried plain banana pancakes, but why discriminate and not have one of each? Exploring variations and new things may provide intriguing spices to life.