• Trump humliates himself in Russian summit by WINKING at Vladimir Putin, only to be met with an icy stare. Is trump deranged?Men dont do that?

    He is on TV winking at putin like a sweet little fruit. Putin looks confident and masculine, and not at all like he likes trump. He thinks trump is an idiot! U can see that in his face and eyes. This is what happens when you have a pervert for a president, and his prostitute as first lady. Russian summit was a... show more
    He is on TV winking at putin like a sweet little fruit. Putin looks confident and masculine, and not at all like he likes trump. He thinks trump is an idiot! U can see that in his face and eyes. This is what happens when you have a pervert for a president, and his prostitute as first lady. Russian summit was a total failure, just like his north Korean summit. Both Kim and putin humiliated trump. He is doing a terrible job as president, because all he thinks about is golf and "muh d*ck". We're firing him in 2020
    6 answers · Politics · 2 days ago
  • Who would win in a fight: Dwayne Johnson, or Pearl L?

    Best answer: the Rock
    Best answer: the Rock
    5 answers · Family · 4 days ago
  • Would you ever cheat on someone?

    Best answer: No. Because I wouldn't want to be cheated on myself.
    Best answer: No. Because I wouldn't want to be cheated on myself.
    83 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • Can a guy think of a girl alot and not text/call her?

    What are the reasons
    What are the reasons
    48 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • Is lusting over your child sexual abuse?

    Best answer: He's already been sexually abusing you for years with grossly inappropriate touching. You can get him stopped and get help for yourself by telling a teacher, a nurse, a doctor, a police officer, call 911, call Child Protective Services, tell them what's been happening to you. Don't bother telling your... show more
    Best answer: He's already been sexually abusing you for years with grossly inappropriate touching. You can get him stopped and get help for yourself by telling a teacher, a nurse, a doctor, a police officer, call 911, call Child Protective Services, tell them what's been happening to you.
    Don't bother telling your mother. Chances are she's well aware of what her husband's been doing to you and either doesn't care to stop it or blames you (you are NOT at fault). He is NOT being playful --- he is a sexual predator. I've seen many mothers abandon their kids like this. Get help and get out of there as soon as possible.
    21 answers · Family · 2 days ago
  • Ex gf says “go with with the flow” to me. Is she just being friendly or might reconsider getting back together?

    Basically me and my ex decided to be friends. (Long distance)I haven’t talked to her much cause I wanted to give her space after the break for the both of us. So I’m actually suppose to see her in August for two weeks. I just told her out of the blue if we should just talk when she gets back from her study abroad... show more
    Basically me and my ex decided to be friends. (Long distance)I haven’t talked to her much cause I wanted to give her space after the break for the both of us. So I’m actually suppose to see her in August for two weeks. I just told her out of the blue if we should just talk when she gets back from her study abroad trip and if she feels comfortable sharing a bed when I see her. She said these two things 1) about the bed situation “We’re visiting a refugee site?? we’re all confused as to what it is exactly but that’s what we’ve been told lol and it’ll be fine. if it does get weird i’ll sleep with (her friend) or on the floor idc. just don’t worry about it. 2)about the texting her “it‘s fine to text while i’m here. we don’t have to wait or save stuff to talk about once i’m finally home. that’s too much. stop overthinking things, just go with the flow and not worry too much” Is she showing somewhat of an interest or just playing it cool as friends?
    27 answers · Singles & Dating · 21 hours ago
  • Losing Virginity/Girl?

    Best answer: here is your problem "I was wet but he got super excited and stuck it in early lmao" sex does not stretch out your vagina. but sufficient foreplay causes it to easily open to fit a penis. you may have been "comfortable" but you were no where near turned on enough for penetration. when you are... show more
    Best answer: here is your problem "I was wet but he got super excited and stuck it in early lmao"
    sex does not stretch out your vagina. but sufficient foreplay causes it to easily open to fit a penis. you may have been "comfortable" but you were no where near turned on enough for penetration. when you are aroused enough for sex the cervix moves up out of the way so that it is not getting punched at a mere 3 inches. you should be close to orgasm through foreplay before you allow him to "stick it in" being wet happens very early in arousal, that does not mean aroused enough for penetration
    37 answers · Singles & Dating · 3 days ago
  • The best way to respond to an insulting wife?

    A lot of people know about my struggles with my wife. Perhaps the worst of it are the insults that affect my self esteem. Comments such as stupid, idiot and useless. I have to do my best to try and be happy with life but it is very hard sometimes. I read a website that said the best way to deal with an insulting... show more
    A lot of people know about my struggles with my wife. Perhaps the worst of it are the insults that affect my self esteem. Comments such as stupid, idiot and useless. I have to do my best to try and be happy with life but it is very hard sometimes. I read a website that said the best way to deal with an insulting wife is to ignore the comments and carry on as normal. Because apparently a wife is so upset subconsciously that they need to lash out and drag the husband down until he is so unhappy that he gives her an easy reason to leave. Now that might be well and good, but I really don't think it will assist in behaviour changes. Yes behaviour change can only come about from the person doing the wrong thing. Also, I feel like it's a bad example for my son. He is too young to understand but what happens when he is older and he sees his mother calling his father stupid and dumb? I might end up with a son that doesn't respect me and joins in calling me stupid. I don't expect my wife to change any time soon. I can try to ignore the nasty comments. But I need something to change :(
    33 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 2 days ago
  • Is it wrong to do this to my husband?

    Sometimes I slip tablets into my husband's coffee or tea to help stimulate him to have sex with me. Sometimes he's too tired or never aroused We had a dry spell where we would have sex once a month. Now with using the tablets we have sex 3-5 days a week. One of my girlfriend's suggested this and I... show more
    Sometimes I slip tablets into my husband's coffee or tea to help stimulate him to have sex with me. Sometimes he's too tired or never aroused We had a dry spell where we would have sex once a month. Now with using the tablets we have sex 3-5 days a week. One of my girlfriend's suggested this and I feel good about it. But another friend of mine said its immoral and said I should divorce him for not naturally being able to have sex as much as I desire. Am I horrible wife?
    57 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 3 days ago
  • How do you know when you have found the one?

    Best answer: If you listen only to your heart - you may get burned like billions of people in the past, including me, did. It takes mutual true love, lots of things in common, and both people being strong people for a relationship to last a lifetime. Here's some information about love from the books True Love Lasts,... show more
    Best answer: If you listen only to your heart - you may get burned like billions of people in the past, including me, did.

    It takes mutual true love, lots of things in common, and both people being strong people for a relationship to last a lifetime.

    Here's some information about love from the books True Love Lasts, Straight Talk About Teen Dating, and Straight Talk About Dating:

    “Unfortunately, lots of people don’t know what true love is and that’s a big reason why a large number of marriage relationships are unhappy. Many people think that true love is just a feeling. You know, the wonderful head spinning feeling of being “in love.”

    If true love is just a feeling, feelings come and go. But true love doesn't come and go. True love is patient and kind. It isn’t jealous, rude, selfish, controlling, or easily angered. It forgives. It’s supportive, loyal, hopeful, and trusting.

    Unlike the feeling of being “in love” which is relatively easy to get especially during dating, true love usually develops slowly over a significant period of time (often years). True love is so much more than just the feeling of being “in love” - it’s supposed to be a mutual lifelong commitment. When you say that you love your significant other, you’re saying that you’re committed to loving them for the rest of your life - for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, from this day forward, until death do you part. True love lasts - it almost never fails.

    Think of it this way, if a person has true love for another person, it’s like the sun - it’s always there no matter what (remember that even at night, the sun is still there, it’s just shining on the other side of the earth - and when it’s cloudy outside the sun is also still there, it’s just behind the clouds).

    On the other hand, the feeling of being “in love” is like sunshine - even though we’d like it to be sunny every day, the truth is that the amount of sunshine changes regularly. Some days it’s nice and sunny and the feeling of being “in love” is strong, on others it’s partly cloudy and the feeling of being “in love” is there but it’s not very strong, and on other days it’s cloudy and the feeling of being “in love” is barely there at all. I’m hoping that this explanation is helping you to see that it’s possible for a person to have true love for another person and not have a strong intense feeling of being “in love” with that person at a particular moment. (If you talk with married couples, I think they’ll tell you that the strength of their feelings of being “in love” changes regularly.)

    So when you hear someone say, “I don't love him or her anymore” - take it for what it usually is. It’s usually someone saying that they’ve lost the feeling of being “in love”, that they don’t know how or they’re not willing to make the effort required to get the feeling back, and that they probably never had true love for their significant other to begin with because true love almost never fails.

    Many times I’ve heard young women say, “my boyfriend loves me.” Unfortunately, most of these women have been fooled. How could their boyfriend possibly have true love for them if their boyfriend doesn’t even know what true love is? Sadly many people marry when one or both people don't have true love for the other - and the result is usually divorce because it's hard to keep a marriage together when it's based only on the feeling of being "in love."

    My first suggestion is that you put in the effort necessary to become a strong person (if you’re not already). A strong person has good character (honesty, integrity, trustworthiness), a positive attitude (cheerful, caring, friendly, forgiving, helpful, and respectful), fulfills their responsibilities (for handling pains in a positive way, for always trying to make a good choice, for taking care of themselves, for serving others), puts forth their best effort, and displays self-control (of their body, anger, tongue and money).

    My second suggestion is that you eventually look for this type of person (otherwise you are setting yourself up for a broken heart). Unfortunately this type of person is difficult to find – but save yourself the heartache and don’t settle for less.

    (Please remember that you eventually want a 50 or 60 year marriage - not a 5 or 10 year marriage.)

    Hope this helps!
    8 answers · Singles & Dating · 6 hours ago
  • Would you keep a man who has this 'baggage'?

    I'm the so-called "a trust-fund baby", financially secure but not rich (don't envy me; I got it because my mom died in an accident). Meaning I can rent (not buy) a flat in a good neighborhood and have a holiday once a year (nothing fancy, tho'). I have a job as an administration staff as... show more
    I'm the so-called "a trust-fund baby", financially secure but not rich (don't envy me; I got it because my mom died in an accident). Meaning I can rent (not buy) a flat in a good neighborhood and have a holiday once a year (nothing fancy, tho'). I have a job as an administration staff as well. Now I'm in a pretty serious relationship with a researcher. As he's working in a university instead of in industry, he's not rich either. I don't mind that. The problem is this: He's half-Japanese, and his widowed mother lives in Japan (no possibility of her coming here). He has recently told me that he has to fully support her, because she has done everything to ensure him a good education in the West, and now she doesn't have enough saving to keep her tiny home unless he helps her. He told me so that I can decide if I want to continue our relationship despite this, as this means that I have to "share" with his mother. I don't want to sound shallow, but this has rather taken me aback. He's a kind and steady man who has promised to prioritize me, but - because he doesn't want to let his mother to lack anything either - this means that we're not going to be as comfortable as I've imagined. Without this problem, we would be able to buy a house and have no worries about bills. He has an elder brother who doesn't want to divide the burden, but he has this sense-of-duty that makes me rather worried for the future. Were you in my position, would you take this man despite his 'baggage'?
    10 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 7 hours ago
  • Autistic people make terrible parents?

    My friend is 16 his parents are autistic. The "dad"(that thing is not a father) has beat my friend in the head on and off from age 3 to 15. Has starved my friend and told my friend is is worthless. Autistic people make horrible disgusting parents
    My friend is 16 his parents are autistic. The "dad"(that thing is not a father) has beat my friend in the head on and off from age 3 to 15. Has starved my friend and told my friend is is worthless. Autistic people make horrible disgusting parents
    6 answers · Family · 4 hours ago
  • If you had a friend who believes the earth is flat would you still be their friend?

    Best answer: Nobody honestly *believes* that. The whole "Flat Earth" thing is only a psychological ploy used by people with confrontational tendencies. They're intentionally denying reality just to irritate & annoy others. It's no different than someone insisting the Easter Bunny is real, simply bcuz they get... show more
    Best answer: Nobody honestly *believes* that. The whole "Flat Earth" thing is only a psychological ploy used by people with confrontational tendencies. They're intentionally denying reality just to irritate & annoy others. It's no different than someone insisting the Easter Bunny is real, simply bcuz they get off on arguing with people about it. And personally, if I knew someone who was THAT confrontational, they're not the type I'd want as a friend regardless.
    34 answers · Friends · 2 days ago
  • No one coming to wedding?

    We recently got engaged on our anniversary and plan to marry next year on our next anniversary. We already planned on a small wedding with no bridal party because neither of us have many close friends. We were just planning on our immediate family, a few aunts/uncles and cousins, and some friends. However, we... show more
    We recently got engaged on our anniversary and plan to marry next year on our next anniversary. We already planned on a small wedding with no bridal party because neither of us have many close friends. We were just planning on our immediate family, a few aunts/uncles and cousins, and some friends. However, we want to have our small ceremony 2 hours away from our hometown. His mother said no one will attend because they don t want to drive the 2 hours. Our venue is in a very popular tourist area with lots of hotels available and many attractions and restaurants. Not a terrible place for a wedding. Because of negative feedback I m now thinking him and I should just drive up ourselves, have no guests at all, and the chapel can provide witnesses to sign our license.
    22 answers · Engagements & Weddings · 1 day ago
  • Should I tell my girlfriend that I have a daughter?

    I had a daughter with a woman I met when I was studying in Germany. She's 5 and she lives with her mother. I visit her a couple of times every year. I haven't told my girlfriend because the girl lives far away and she will probably never meet her. Besides, I want to open a new chapter in my life. The past... show more
    I had a daughter with a woman I met when I was studying in Germany. She's 5 and she lives with her mother. I visit her a couple of times every year. I haven't told my girlfriend because the girl lives far away and she will probably never meet her. Besides, I want to open a new chapter in my life. The past is the past.
    55 answers · Family · 3 days ago
  • If your house was on fire and you could save your child or husband/wife, which would you choose?

    I would definitely try to save my child first and then my husband. I would die trying.
    I would definitely try to save my child first and then my husband. I would die trying.
    21 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 1 day ago
  • Found my 17 year old sisters vodka. What do I do?

    So my sister stole ten dollars from me while I was sleeping and while I was home alone I snooped through her room and found vodka. She is a douche to me (as you can see by the fact she took my money, plus she hits me for no reason), so I was thinking I should tell or maybe even make her pay me off. What should I do?
    So my sister stole ten dollars from me while I was sleeping and while I was home alone I snooped through her room and found vodka. She is a douche to me (as you can see by the fact she took my money, plus she hits me for no reason), so I was thinking I should tell or maybe even make her pay me off. What should I do?
    13 answers · Family · 6 hours ago