I know his dad was Scottish, but is that all?2 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups4 days ago
Left-handers, what do you find to be the biggest struggle of having your hand preference in a predominantly right-handed world?
Although I, like most people, am right-handed, I have always found the concept of "handedness" interesting. And I have wondered what it would be like to be a lefty in a world that pretty much revolves around the right hand. What would you say is the biggest struggle? From the infamous ink smear/silver surfer syndrome, to scissors, to attached desks? Or what else?2 AnswersPolls & Surveys2 weeks ago
Anyone else get really ticked off whenever someone (especially a Trumper) claims that Biden is too old for office, or not with it mentally?
I mean, Trump is only a few years younger, and in my opinion his mental status is FAR more questionable than Biden's.11 AnswersPolitics2 weeks ago
Why do people seem to think that owning a lot of cars (especially old ones) makes your house look like a junkyard?
Even if they’re a hobby (as they are for me).4 AnswersOther - Cars & Transportation2 weeks ago
I heard it in the pet store last night and loved it, but unfortunately I can't figure out what it was. It sounded a little like "Karma Chameleon" by Culture Club (same key and similar tempo and melody), but wasn't. All I heard was "Sing a song," repeatedly. It sounded to me like a 70s or 80s tune.3 AnswersLyrics4 weeks ago
Lots of cover songs I can think of on YouTube, I read comments like “it’s just a cover,” or people being snappy about how “it’s not the original” or “the original artist doesn’t get enough credit,” blah blah blah.
Let’s take Naked Eyes’ version of “Always Something There to Remind Me” - it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to say that this is the version of that song that comes to everyone’s mind. Even though it is not the original, and is nearly 20 years newer than the original.
Now, let’s take Jimmy Cliff’s version of “I Can See Clearly Now” on the other hand, that’s one I can uNderstand. As long as I recall, that was the only version of the song I knew, until one day when I heard Johnny Nash’s original on an oldies station. And I was like, “This blows Jimmy Cliff away!” There’s an original artist who I truly do believe is underrated and doesn’t get enough credit.14 AnswersRock and Pop1 month ago
Years ago, my uncle's cat was staying with my grandparents and he knocked down one of my grandfather's Kachina dolls with his tail. My grandfather was furious, and yelled "SKIN THAT G-- D--- CAT!" But he seems to be more patient with dogs.
My mom says my great-grandfather (other side) was like that too, and always told cats to get away.1 AnswerCats2 months ago
Is it something like this?
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Many people seem to think white is more “desirable” or looks cleaner, but I’d rather have gray because I think it doesn’t make you look as old.6 AnswersPolls & Surveys2 months ago
We can all agree that the majority of us are right-handed, no doubt about that. And I know it's often said that lefties only make up about 10% of the population, but based on the people I know, I really don't think it's THAT low. I'm thinking more along the lines of 15-20%. And BTW I'm not a lefty, but I've always found the "handedness" concept so interesting.5 AnswersOther - Society & Culture2 months ago
Anyone else think it's time for the Republican Party to come to terms with the fact that their vision for the country is behind the times?
I mean, the stances that the GOP has on most issues is more reminiscent of decades ago than the America we live in today. Not to mention, they say "America hasn't been 'great' again until Trump came along." Well guess what?! The "great" America they miss was at a time when the country was not anywhere near revealing its full potential. And I think the Democratic Party on the other hand recognizes the times we're in, and what steps need to be taken in the country to make us even more up to par with the 21st century. The GOP is just the party of backwardness. Sorry, not sorry. I said it just like it is.13 AnswersPolitics2 months ago
Why does it seem to be looked down upon by parents for young drivers to drive a car older than themselves?
I’m 21, and I have a “thing” for old vehicles (mostly older than me). But ever since before I had my learners permit, I was always battling with my parents about buying an old vehicle. And it seems as though most parents insist that their kids drive a vehicle made after they were born. Does it have to do with safety and reliability?
BTW I drive a 1988 Lincoln Town Car. 11 years older than me.4 AnswersOther - Cars & Transportation3 months ago
To tell her “We seem to have a lot in common and you’re really beautiful and sweet.” And then proceed to ask if she feels the same way for me? Or asking if she ever wanted to go out together. I want to say it so bad but I just have the fear of rejection or losing my friendship with her.3 AnswersSingles & Dating3 months ago