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Do u let your anger out

sagetoriola46’s Profile Photosagetoriola46
I usually try to stay rational as much as I can until something gets me worked up and suddenly I lose control over my emotions and my emotions start controlling me. When that happens and I’m angry, I sometimes take it out on everyone in the house (unfortunately) and then apologize as well as try making up for my poor behavior. But usually, I’m good at finding ways to calm myself down when I’m angry and isolate myself to process my anger. I either take naps, listen to music, text/rant to my online friends, get something to eat outside, and/or remind myself that the feeling is just temporary so there’s no need to act on it and then later live with regrets.

Do you think it's wrong to not trust young doctors? This guy I met recently is a doctor, but he is barely 30. That seems too young to me. Too young and too inexperienced. I would not trust him with my life. A good doctor with experience must be at least mid aged.

I do think that that’s a valid feeling but I wouldn’t instantly write them off as a bad doctor, it would just be harder for me to think that they’re right about everything they say. I came across not a doctor but a dentist who was young and he told me that I had a bunch of cavities. The place he was working at opened up a few years ago so it wasn’t a place that was in business for long. I got three fillers that I probably didn’t even need and had three more to go but thankfully, my mom suggested we see another dentist and that they’ll tell us whether or not we actually need the fillers (since they also told my mom that she had a bunch of cavities). It turned out that we didn’t need fillers and didn’t actually have cavities like the other dentist said we had. We now go to the new dentist that we found because we trust them more and the place that they work has been in business for much longer than the previous place we went to. I know you were talking about a doctor and not a dentist but in both cases, I’d trust someone who is middle aged and/or someone who has at least been doing their job for quite some time compared to someone who was just a student a few months ago.

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Have you ever spilled liquid on something which shouldn't get wet? What did you do then? Was that thing okay afterwards? 💧💻

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
I want you to join me for a truly tragic tale, Tobbe. It’s not recent - this all occurred when I was a fresh faced, limber limbed 18year old. I was training full time, I was running a lot. And I absolutely loathed those armbands you were meant to put your phone in when you ran.
This is before wireless headphones - they really weren’t a thing. So your choices were armband and two meters of anaconda-esque wire, or no music for a gruelling fifty minute treadmill sesh. Intervals, man. I hated intervals.
I, of course, thought I was a GENIUS and came up with a third option. Stick the phone in your sports bra, job is a good’un. Phones were meant to be semi-waterproof, what could possibly go wrong?
It drowned. It drowned in my own sweat. The most disgusting of deaths. And then! A month later, a new phone! I did the same fecking thing. Because it takes a good few sessions for the water damage to take effect. I did not put two and two together. I thought “how weird, my phone is bust” but at NO STAGE did I blame my own bust until it was all too late.
Nowadays phones are a lot more waterproof but we’ve also invented AirPods, praise Jesus.

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Excited for Shab-e-Barat? Don't forget to dress well and offer your mandatory prayers! Tonight, the records of all our deeds are to be revealed to Allah, so let's hope that our good deeds will outweigh. Ameen ❤️✨

mis_e4’s Profile Photoum?
i was literally at a wedding and forgot it was shabebarat, thankyou for reminding or i wouldve slept, i hope Allah blesses you with everything

The words who changed your life??

Amaan_Sandhu’s Profile PhotoAmaan Sandhu
There was once a teacher in my 9th Grade who used to always taunt me for my bad drawing skills. I remember she used to say 'diagrams nahi bana sakti beta, bhool jaao doctor ban'ne ki khuwahish'.
Turns out, doctors don't necessarily need to be good artists from a drawing POV. 😎

Have you ever fallen for someone you shouldn't have? How did you manage to deal with it

I did and I dealt with it in the worst way possible because here I am still thinking about them to this day even tho I have good reasons as to why I should forget them. I dealt with it by trying to act like I didn’t notice the way they’d try making eye contact with me, them looking back at me when we would walk away from each other, how quiet they were around me yet being aware of every move I make and how their friends were so welcoming towards me after talking to them. Meanwhile, I let my anxiety get the best of me and I told myself that it would never work out between us because of our differences in religion and friend groups. We just didn’t belong together and I wish I knew that it would work out between us if I gave him a chance but the likelihood of that happening didn’t seem so strong. Now I’ll never know because nothing ended up happening and it’s sad that we weren’t friends either because if we were, we’d most likely still have a connection to this day.

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Anyone who has a good story to tell?

During my house job in pediatrics, I once saved a newborn's life by taking out his endotracheal tube. Now, it sounds counter-intuitive, but the tube was actually blocked. The baby turned pink within a few seconds and started breathing normally. The father grabbed by hands and kissed them. He said to me, "You saved my son. You saved my world. May Allah bless these hands."

Have you ever taken on a leadership role of any kind? How well do you think you do / did? 🤝📣

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Yeah, and it went OK. I'm good at organising and getting things done, but I don't like bossing people around and I actually don't like relying on others to do aspects of a task if I don't know them REALLY well, so... It wasn't the most comfortable experience.

How do you go about keeping a good posture? 🚶‍♀️

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
That's a very good question! Let me explain it:
I don't. 😄
The last six months were so exhausting, I stopped hitting the gym and keeping track of anything that could be good for my body in any way. The only activity were the doggo-walks.
But (!) I have some exercises that I want to start doing again. For example: Pressing your back against the wall and stretching your neck, while pushing your chin down to your chest - without losing contact to the wall, of course. Tense your belly muscles while pressing against the wall and try to press as much skin against it as possible. Do it a few times during the day, hold it some time (I have no idea for how long exactly; I do it for like... a minute or sth.?) and that's it. What I did as a child: my grandma made a game out of balancing a book at the top of our heads. It worked wonders.
Another exercise is: Laying flat on your belly and holding a towel with strechted arms above your head, while facing the floor; don't move your head in any other direction. Hold the towel with both hands at a distance that your head could fit in there and then pull the towel outwards, while tensing your whole body and lifting your feet and shoulders as if there was a string attached. Keep your head facing down while doing so. Hold it for a minute. You'll feel this in your whole back. :D and the rest of your body. Hell, I felt it in every fiber when I first started it, as I was very stiff and had to start with baby steps again.
These are three very simple exercises that fit in every time schedule. I mean... i could've done all of them instead of writing this answer. 😄
Oh, and I hope that my way of explaining is understandable. I can imagine that one have absolutely no clue what I've tried to describe. Maybe I I'll find a tutorial (if necessary) that I could attach to the answer. :)
And sorry for any errors or spelling mistakes that could impede the reading flow.

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As an urban planning student I'm curious, how would you describe an ideal city? 🏙️

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
🌳 Tree-lined streets to reduce increasing temperatures
🦼 Increased pedestrianisation, smooth pathways, disabled access
🚃 Frequent, cheap, and accessible public transportation with a wide coverage
🏡 A mixture of accommodation types including sufficient social housing and a variety of other types of housing with built-in-by-default solar panels
🏬 A good balance and mixture of shops and commercial enterprises easily reachable
🎭 A good mixture of arts, social, and recreational places and spaces
🌲 Parks and green spaces
🏫 Sufficient schools and educational establishments for the population
🏥 Sufficient healthcare facilities for the population within easy reach

Ur thoughts on zodian signs?

muhammbay’s Profile Photoسعد خٹک
Okay, here goes... (based on my experience/unbiased)
• Cancer: sensitive, has to be the victim in every situation, aggressive, caring, turns to personal attacks when triggered and sees the other person isn't affected, organized (will get things done on time), always wants to come off clean, and often forgets where they kept something
• Gemini: gets along with people but has a specific type, has a big heart if they got money, ruthless during arguments, and mostly good at everything except cooking
• Aries: funny, big heart, sometimes boring, sticks to one thing and doesn't try out other options (e.g, new restaurants, new style, etc), won't accept mistakes, keeps secrets, and wants things done their way
• Libra: flirtatious, and fun
• Pisces: always in their la la land when in love, likely to be jealous, dreamy eyes, will most likely talk behind people's backs, protective of family, and smart with money
• Sagittarius: selfish, adventurous, giving, egoistic, easily influenced, has anger issues, likely to be a good friend, and can easily make money
• Capricorn: double-faced, everyone's friend, can't say no, helpful, easily bored in relationships, likes going out, and polite
• Leo: very good at academics, funny, mostly respectful, irritating at times, happy with what they got, and likes to make people laugh
• Scorpio: secretive, funny, patient, loves to eat, needs their alone time, and hides emotions
• Virgo: neat & clean, expressive eyes, bossy, sensitive but won't show, good at everything, intuitive, thinks they know everything, can keep secrets, holds on to past events, and doesn't forgive easily
I don't really have much of an idea about the zodiac signs that I've not mentioned. Also, I'm sorry if I got the question wrong. This was fun! 😃

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Tbh: you've got a decent Display just like your answers.. one of the most interesting ask profiles I've seen at present.. and the unique feature is your profile reviews. You have an excellent choice of words.. you can be a good writer too.. Stay positive and stay blessed :))

biya_furqan’s Profile PhotoSandlet
You mentioned you get sarcastic somehow while trying to compliment someone. I can see that 🤣
But being delusional I'm not gonna see that. So Thankyouu 🙏

Is race-swapping and gender-swapping good or bad in film and TV? And why do you think so?

Down to the specifics I guess, if it's based on a real person it's best kept true to that, or if their race/gender is important to the context of the story then don't change it. Outside of that it's case by case. But don't whitewash things 😂 nobody needs that.

How your day been you guys?

it was a good and bad and long and productive day.
Physical Therapy was a big huge bummer, Long Covid strikes again. Now I have to schedule an MRI because I can't help my hip pain and joint flares and they're getting worse.
The weather was amazing, 55 degrees and sunny, so I opened up my garage studio and did some wax work. This one is called "Flame Dance", I started it yesterday and finished it today. Previously posted is another new piece today called "stampede".
How your day been you guys

What causes you to accept someone’s imperfections?

AhmadBakheitMndo’s Profile Photo∆HMED
my empathy, our connection, and my understanding of them. besides, some imperfections are endearing.. and exciting.
also, their acceptance of my own imperfections would be a 'perfection' in my eyes.
but, really, they're a whole package.. we don't get to ask for the good in them while shrinking back from their other sides. the arms that were made for embracing them shouldn't be the ones to push them away.

What's your favorite form of entertainment?

My favorite form of entertainment is gaming. It has been this way ever since I was a child.
Everytime I want to take a break from my work, I usually launch a game and play it for several hours.
To some people, this might seem like a waste of time. But to me, it is something that helps me reassemble my own thoughts. Sometimes, I even work on something that I have in mind (A good example are the multitude of Pixel Arts that I made throughout the years), so it can be quite an interesting experience.
In other words, gaming is the perfect entertainment for me. No stress. No people to annoy you. Just peace and quiet, away from all the bad things in the world.

If reality is negative, how can you think positively and deal with it?

AhmadBakheitMndo’s Profile Photo∆HMED
I think a lot about how there is so much evil and bad in this world going around but then I comfort my heart by telling myself that there are still so many more beautiful things that can outweigh those bad things. There is so much good in this world that we have gone blind to cause we choose to see the negativity in this world rather than the good. For me, the littlest good gestures that someone does for me or others make me so happy. So emotionally happy that I cry for happiness cause there are good people. And I always try to discover my thirst for life. So I try to stay strong and hopeful. — just a small reminder that life can get rough sometimes; it can seem like sadness never ends but bad moments are only moments; they don’t last forever - so please try your best to keep looking for the small positives in life. We can do it together. 🌻

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Do you ever cry at sad movies?

I do and one time I cried way more than I thought I’d cry after watching this movie that I forgot the name of since it was years ago. The acting must have been so good or it was most likely a very relatable movie because usually I find it quite hard to empathize with actors/actresses, knowing that they’re just acting.

It feels good to give up on you. Can’t explain how free I feel

I can’t give up on some people, even if they’ve given me enough reasons to give up on them. I guess I get stuck in the past when they were much nicer to me in the early stages of talking to them or I choose to see their great/positive aspects and believe that they’re still worth holding on to.

Reviews about novel “dozakhnama” conversation in hell????

ikainaa_’s Profile PhotoKaina
It has a lot of short stories innit some are really really good so you can read it whole or skip the boring parts but most of the stories are like conversations in hell. A woman going back to the same place where her husband drowned and drowns at the same place.
The peculiar relationship between a husband and wife is really fun.

To those whose 2nd language is english and have watched TV series or movies in english - do you ever feel like rewatching anything from your past because you might understand the plot better?

M1ssSemy’s Profile PhotoStar. i
Well, I was generally quite good at English when I was younger, so I don't think I had an issue understanding the words said. Therefore I haven't felt a need to revisit movies for that reason. Though, with age comes experience and you understand movies in a whole other way. When I've revisited movies like The Incredibles I've gotten such a deeper appreciation for them. You catch the nuance of the story and what the characters are going through. You relate to them a lot more than when you were a kid 🤯
To those whose 2nd language is english and have watched TV series or movies in

How do you work under pressure? Have you had a job which often put you in stressful situations? 🥵

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
I don't know how I do it. I just do it. 😅 I guess one of them is trying to calm yourself down every time you feel mad or upset. Don't show your emotions, just keep silent and try to solve it and manage it. Practice to have good emotional intelligence, helps, in the long run. And of course, this comes with a lot of practice, reading and sanity.

Fiber optical network is not available in your area? DSL went over the old phone lines and cable is over copper wire. Both are ancient. If you can move to fiber, it's worth the cost. 👍 > small pennies for a good earner like you - LOFL! 😛 You may be able to get a better deal with a new contract.

talionislexx’s Profile PhotoLex Talionis
God no, Lexy. I don’t think that’s even available in less rural areas here. You over there in the city are lifetimes ahead of us. We only just got cable lines on this road during Covid I think so that people could be connected through that low income Covid internet thing that the governor did. There’s no other options here. My phone barely has reception too. Count your city life blessings. 😛🤣💗

> last.fm and itunes wouldn’t load anything except for mp3s - Into the trash they go. 🤣 MP3 is garbage and it degrades over time. It made sense when net speeds were slow and storage was expensive but in 2024? Inexcusable. President Sage will ban MP3 by Executive Order. Don't forget to vote! 🤣🤣🤣 💗

talionislexx’s Profile PhotoLex Talionis
My net speeds are still slow, Lexy. 🤣 I just got out of the DSL era. And now they want to raise my cable connection by $30. Small pennies for a good earner like you but for me that’s pretty costly. 😒🤣💗

Are you the kind of person who thinks that the guy should always make the first move or do you think a woman can and should make the first move sometimes? I think that if a guy doesn’t make the first move, he isn’t interested enough and probably never will be but that’s just my opinion.

Froyh’s Profile PhotoMerve
No I don't think that, could say that if a woman doesn't make a move she isn't interested. There have been women who made the first move and are in good relationships, guys get nervous like any human. Guys that made the move first i didn't have feelings for them

Your take on cousin marriages ?

alishba_a’s Profile PhotoAlishba Abid
It has been defamed in our society, especially through social media and television, where cousin marriages are shown as an invitation to another level of family politics.
I'm not denying the fact that cousin marriages lack a lot of privacy as everyone in the family feels a need to interfere in your matters.
But it's also true that all of these unwanted occurrences are pretty much exaggerated in our media, so even wanting or wishing for a cousin marriage has become a taboo for our generation.
We are somehow psychologically tamed through our television industry and social media for finding faults in our cousins or relatives to the extent that we even perceive their good qualities in a negative light.

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