• How come some people find delight in other peoples pain/Grief?

    Is it because then they don’t seem as bad by Comparison
    Is it because then they don’t seem as bad by Comparison
    38 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why is it always said that "Ted Bundy" (a cruel serial killer) was "very charismatic", when he looked so average?

    Like c'mon. I've seen his pic. He doesn't look good enough to be considered charismatic. He is above average, not a Brad Pitt, George Clooney or Ryan Gosling, etc. Not even close And surely just couldn't be considered charismatic because his "behavior/demeanor" had "lured"... show more
    Like c'mon. I've seen his pic. He doesn't look good enough to be considered charismatic. He is above average, not a Brad Pitt, George Clooney or Ryan Gosling, etc. Not even close And surely just couldn't be considered charismatic because his "behavior/demeanor" had "lured" women...how stupid do you have to be to not know the concept of "Stranger Danger"? So why is it always said That Ted Bundy was very, very charismatic? I'm not trying to be rude.. just tell me why.
    36 answers · 3 days ago
  • How do some wealthy people not feel bad for buying excessively large homes and expensive luxury items?

    Do they not have a conscience? I don't understand how someone can be that greedy when there are many people living in poverty around the world.
    Do they not have a conscience? I don't understand how someone can be that greedy when there are many people living in poverty around the world.
    63 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why don't men understand women are "crazy" because our baby-box keeps us on a hormonal roller coaster our whole lives?

    Best answer: I understand what you're SAYING, I took steroids once for a medical thing and I was TOTALLY wacko, I was crying for no reason, angry for no reason, depressed then elated then depressed again. Twice during that treatment I actually got too worked up to speak coherently, which had only happened three times before... show more
    Best answer: I understand what you're SAYING, I took steroids once for a medical thing and I was TOTALLY wacko, I was crying for no reason, angry for no reason, depressed then elated then depressed again. Twice during that treatment I actually got too worked up to speak coherently, which had only happened three times before in my ENTIRE life.

    I'm in my sixties, and I hadn't felt emotional chaos like that since I was a pre-teen. I HATED it. It would be hard to get across to somebody just how MUCH I hated it, and how _completely_ alien it felt. Let's put it this way -- I would MUCH prefer to suffer the medical problem, if it ever comes up again, I would happily accept permanent physical damage, rather than take those medicines EVER again and lose emotional stability like that.

    So I understand what you're SAYING. What I find hard to accept is your assertion that it APPLIES so generally. PLENTY of women have zero discernable hormonal stuff, some have MORE than you're implying, some have a little, etc etc.

    Your blanket coverage seems a little too... blanket. Like you're assuming all women are in YOUR situation.

    And I know everybody ALWAYS thinks of their own situation as "average," no matter how atypical it may be. So what I'm trying to figure out is, how much of your thing is THAT, and how much is actually generally applicable?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why r most school shootings done by boys n not girls?

    Best answer: they are more violent by nature
    Best answer: they are more violent by nature
    28 answers · 5 days ago
  • Who was right here? Me or this woman? Was she being rude?

    Best answer: You said all you should have and needed to. If they did not request an aisle seat when they should have known they would need one, that is their own fault. You booked yours on purpose, you have no requirement to give it up to someone who didn't do the same.
    Best answer: You said all you should have and needed to. If they did not request an aisle seat when they should have known they would need one, that is their own fault. You booked yours on purpose, you have no requirement to give it up to someone who didn't do the same.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Someone who is continuously and seemingly obsessively trying to make you angry,,,what is usually the reason?

    Best answer: Passive Aggressive personality.
    They are attention seeking when it comes to you and they hope to engage you in a high energy confrontation.

    Ignore them and watch how quickly they explode.
    Best answer: Passive Aggressive personality.
    They are attention seeking when it comes to you and they hope to engage you in a high energy confrontation.

    Ignore them and watch how quickly they explode.
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • How can I create my own luck?

    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • I had no self control on this "date"?

    I am 30 year old woman, have been out of the dating game for a while. Went out with this guy, was supposed to be a catch up. However, I lost all self control. I licked his face, asked him to suck my boobs, and rubbed his crotch. He was fine with this. Was this behaviour ok??
    I am 30 year old woman, have been out of the dating game for a while. Went out with this guy, was supposed to be a catch up. However, I lost all self control. I licked his face, asked him to suck my boobs, and rubbed his crotch. He was fine with this. Was this behaviour ok??
    8 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Effects of music?

    So, I'm a 14 year old girl. I listen to rap music, and I love it so much. I think it gives off fun vibes and so much energy, and it feels positive. It makes me feel energized and ready for anything. However, my parents think that it could "influence me", and they won't let me listen to it. I have... show more
    So, I'm a 14 year old girl. I listen to rap music, and I love it so much. I think it gives off fun vibes and so much energy, and it feels positive. It makes me feel energized and ready for anything. However, my parents think that it could "influence me", and they won't let me listen to it. I have been a lot more sad and monotonous recently, and I definitely think that not being allowed to listen to music has something to do with it. So, I need to prove to my mother that it isn't influencing my brain. Does anybody know of any studies that were done on music and the brain that will prove my point, or of any studies on how bad it is to take away a child's music? Thanks.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • What would the implications be of a world where people know how and when they are going to die?

    Best answer: There is an anime called "future diaries" that explores basically this, but their actions given the knowledge would change when and where the diaries said they were going to die. Its kinda hard to imagine that knowing where and when and still dying that way is feasible unless there's some 3rd party... show more
    Best answer: There is an anime called "future diaries" that explores basically this, but their actions given the knowledge would change when and where the diaries said they were going to die. Its kinda hard to imagine that knowing where and when and still dying that way is feasible unless there's some 3rd party running around kidnapping and murdering people. Who's to stop you from killing yourself before then, or running far away and refusing to go there?
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Could you guys give me some tips to not being lazy in my room?

    So every time I come back from school I tend not to do alot of my homework. I just feel sluggish after I come back home and finish eating. Do you guys know any psychological methods or something that could help me be more productive when I come home or any examples of your lifestyle that you do. I m a college student.
    So every time I come back from school I tend not to do alot of my homework. I just feel sluggish after I come back home and finish eating. Do you guys know any psychological methods or something that could help me be more productive when I come home or any examples of your lifestyle that you do. I m a college student.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Have you ever had a traumatic experience as a child?

    (Or adult?)
    (Or adult?)
    9 answers · 2 days ago