If you had to ask me one thing that I had to actually answer, what would it be?
Please note that it is a hypothetical question. You don’t actually have to ask a question, and I don’t actually have to answer it, simply because I have to admit from the start that I don’t have the answer to ALL questions you might think of . But I’d like to give my answers to the questions that I would find “original” enough.
By the way, you can ask questions to each other as well, as I might ask you some questions (I looooove questions!!) Answers are of course optional.
NOTE: this is not intended to (mindlessly) duplicate the “Ask the next person anything” thread. Here the questions are directed to someone in particular and it is in a hypothetical frame. If you want to ask anyone (i.g. the next person) anything, please feel free to use the other thread. [There you are supposed to give an answer to the last question before you ask yours.]
PS: if anyone wants to ask me the question above (in bold letters), simply read the question in bold letters. That would be my answer
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quote:Originally posted by Farmgirl: Boxers or briefs?
(I've never figured out why people ask this anyway -- what the heck difference does it make)?
Well, definitely … bathing suit . Meaning that I’d like to spend as much time as possible on the beach. [NOTE: I usually tend to answer “choice questions” with a “new option”, because I don’t like “limiting” questions.]
(as for the “side question”, I can assure you that for some guys is it a BIG … “deal” (i.e. difference) )
quote: Jeesh, this is what is bugging me: How can you tell when someone is addressing to you, and when it is just a “lamenting onomatopoeia” at the beginning of a sentence?
I read the whole post. If they talk about something I said before, I know they are talking to me. Ususally though, 'Sheesh' and 'Geez' are used instead of 'Jeesh'
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mr_porteiro_head, good point. In that case my first post does expain a bit ("I have to admit from the start that I don’t have the answer to ALL questions you might think of" part). I meant that I know I might not have the "accurate" answer.
I can allways be truthfull (and honest) and admit when I don't know something, if I ever choose to answer the question of course.
And yes, I was thinking about a "court of law have to" kind of obligation.