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Why do you want to meet the mother of the child?

I mean, if I am going to be raising this child who, let us assume for the sake of argument is around 6 or 7 years old, then I don't want him/her to feel like they are choosing between me or their mum. Also, I am not the child's biological mother. If she is alive and she and her previous partner got divorced for mutual reasons, then she I still think she has a say in her child's life? Just because you're divorced doesn't mean you need to cut contact with your kid as well. This is my personal belief on the matter, but it's very unlikely that I agree to marry a single father in the first place unless I genuienly believe he is worth it.

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How does paracetamol know which part of the body is hurting?

Alrighty Anon, when you're in pain, your nervous system sends out a hormone-like compound called prostaglandins to that specific area. It is thought that paracetamol reduces the production of this compound. In essence, it numbs the pain for a bit, not get rid of it.
I am not a medical professional, this was a Google search. Interesting question though!

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Do you know any "conspiracy theorist" as some would label it (could be in real life or online or anything), who actually lowkey makes sense/doesn't sound like 100% pseudoscience?

WonderRand *:・゚☆
I think that no matter how absurd or strange a conspiracy theory is, it's important to remember it has come from sOME sort of truth. For active theorists, no I don't know anyone nor do I follow them. But I remember reading somewhere that social media data servers collect so muchinformation about our personalities, they are later able to project certain things on to us that actively change the way we think and perceive the world around us. That, one it's own, is pretty damn terrifying. So as crazy as they sound-yes even the ones about aliens- I don't think we can write it off as 100% pseudoscience.

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what do you think of lip syncing? is it cheating? If a singer you like goes "lip syncing" during a live instead of actually singing does that make you think differently of them?

WonderRand *:・゚☆
I can't sing so lip syncing is a definite safety net 😂. But if I paid money to see a singer lip sync, you can bet I want my money back. I could have saved that and listened to you from my phone. Live music is so so different to the recorded piece. So yes, i would think very differently of them, unless they had a cold that day then fine, but other than that, why did I pay to watch you?

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How important is it for you to have a child? why do people want to have children to begin with when they're time consuming and so difficult to take care of?

WonderRand *:・゚☆
I haven't thought of it much, but yes, I think that I would, in the distant future, like children if my own. As to that secibd question, I couldn't agree more. But there is just something about seeing your own flesh and blood grow, learn, and experience new things; and helping them discover the world as you did.. it's beautiful.

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What personality trait do you admire in other people?

Listening. It may sound easy, just sit and not talk, right? Wrong. It's a skill, one that so so many seem to lack. Those people who make you feel like what you're saying is super interesting are few and far between. You talk and talk, and the next time they open their mouths, you realise they almost did not hear a word you said you did not care for whatever was spewing out of your mouth. Good conversationalists are hard to come by unfortunately.

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Which is better: a book, a movie or TV series Sherlock?

Definitely book Sherlock, hands down.
Movie Sherlock, while extremely entertaining, did not do the character and vibe of Holmes justice. But RDJ was damn fantastic. Highly enjoyable.
TV series Sherlock gave Holmes a new twist. I like that he was portrayed younger and that the character development was evident and a main focus.
But nothing beats book Holmes.

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