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  • Can a Leo be introverted? ?

    I’ve read that a Leo is highly extroverted, but is it possible for a Leo to be introverted and do extroverted things when needed, like leading a sports team, but not celebrating its win?

    6 AnswersHoroscopes7 months ago
  • What’s my personality type?

    I’ve always been the outsider in every social group regardless of how similar or widely different the group is to me. I’ve always been accepted into relationships and it seems that many people try to understand me. However, no-one has ever gotten so close to me that they truly know who I am, such as one guy who thought I was bad at sports, and great at maths, and another guy in my soccer team who thought the opposite. 

    5 AnswersPsychology7 months ago
  • Is it good to be an outsider?

    For my whole life I’ve been an outsider in every group. The odd thing has been that the groups have varied hugely in tastes, looks, personalities and I always seem to be invited into them even if I never asked to join them. Is this a good thing that I’m always an outsider that’s being invited in?

    1 AnswerFriends7 months ago
  • Thoughts about nerds that become hot?

    What do you think about nerds that become hot, especially if you knew one from school that went from unpopular to attractive? 

    6 AnswersSingles & Dating8 months ago
  • How would you feel if you were suddenly popular?

    25 years ago in high school I was a nerd who didn’t try to make friends cause I was too ambitious, wanted to study and work hard cause I wanted to be very successful in life. After high school I got to the present stage where I’m a CEO, millionaire and am proud cause I have achieved 99% of my goals. But at high school reunion I met other class mates for the first time in 25 years and I suddenly get looked at like a celebrity and I’ve seen a large percentage of other people not go far in life. Now I’m suddenly popular in the sense that everyone wants to talk to me, says I’m hot and previously they tried to bully me or just ignored me. What should I take from this?

    7 AnswersFriends8 months ago
  • Is he an asshole?

    Someone said to me “You're worth your weight in peanut shells”. I was working on a marketing project for him and doing this for free, which no one else would do, unless they got money. I tell this guy that I’m almost done and for days he’s telling “get it done, get it done”, so I rush it and he keeps saying “why didn’t you do this?”. I’m like “cause you told me to get it done now” and he doesn’t seem to understand that I need time for it to be perfect. Then he say “you’re worth your weight in peanut shells” and I want to know what it mean and how to respond.

    8 AnswersFriends9 months ago
  • What does this saying mean?

    Someone said to me “You're worth your weight in peanut shells”. What does it mean?

    7 AnswersFriends9 months ago
  • Why would someone always be frustrated if other people aren’t moving as fast as him?

    There’s a guy I’ve known since I was 5. Until he reached 14 or 15 he was laid-back and a moderate achiever, but in the ten years since then he’s developed this aggressive personality that’s all about winning/achieving, moving fast and easily gets frustrated when others like work colleagues aren’t moving fast or achieving stuff. And he seems to get all his achievements done with a near-perfect machine-like quality of success.

    3 AnswersPsychology11 months ago