• Why did he push me down do thay could fall on him?

    Best answer: It would seem that he pulled you down as you landed on him. You got a crush on him, this is what you've been waiting on, he didn't laugh at you, he didn't want you to get up right away, he may have realized that you weren't taking it as he had intended so he held you to let you get your composure.... show more
    Best answer: It would seem that he pulled you down as you landed on him. You got a crush on him, this is what you've been waiting on, he didn't laugh at you, he didn't want you to get up right away, he may have realized that you weren't taking it as he had intended so he held you to let you get your composure. He stared into your eyes, you must've been staring at him or you wouldn't have seen him do that. I thought girls were supposed to like eye to eye contact. I think he was trying to tell you something, he likes you. I tell you what you should do, the next time you see him tell him you are sorry about the other, you caught me so off guard that it really startled you and about the only way you can see how to make it up to him is give him a kiss, maybe 2 maybe 3.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to get ALL of my coworkers to like me?

    I just want everyone to be my friend so we can all have a happy working environment
    I just want everyone to be my friend so we can all have a happy working environment
    11 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Do you agree or disagree that when parents have kids and get divorced, they are setting a bad example for them?

    Best answer: Divorce is so normal these days I don't think children of single parents expect special treatment anymore.
    Best answer: Divorce is so normal these days I don't think children of single parents expect special treatment anymore.
    9 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Am I obligated to pay for my tenants shoes that my dog chewed on?

    She lived here for about a year, moved away for a few mo tha than moved back in. The first time she moved in, I had a puppy that chewed on things a lot. Now shes calmed down, and might chew once a month if that. My tenant knows my dog is known to chew here, and there. She decided to leave her expensive boots on the... show more
    She lived here for about a year, moved away for a few mo tha than moved back in. The first time she moved in, I had a puppy that chewed on things a lot. Now shes calmed down, and might chew once a month if that. My tenant knows my dog is known to chew here, and there. She decided to leave her expensive boots on the floor in the living room. I came home to the majority of the toe section chewed off. My tenant hasn't come home yet, but if she asks me to pay fo them, than should I even though she knew she was talking a risk by leaving them out?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would you continue to date and live with a hot girl that was a lot younger if she frequently embarrassed you on Facebook?

    If you have a lot of mutual friends on Facebook that see what she posts.She's hot, 20 years younger and has E cup boobs for reference and is the hottest girl you can get and the sex is amazing... but it requires you to spend a lot of money on her (rent, vacations, food, drinks) While she complains about you to... show more
    If you have a lot of mutual friends on Facebook that see what she posts.She's hot, 20 years younger and has E cup boobs for reference and is the hottest girl you can get and the sex is amazing... but it requires you to spend a lot of money on her (rent, vacations, food, drinks) While she complains about you to her friends and family constantly and shares facebook quote photos and status's like this "If a woman was required to *** in order to get pregnant, the world population would come to an end" "You ask me why I never want to hang out. It's because hanging out includes you trying to get me drunk or high while your moms at work and anime is playing in the background" "If women had a choice who they were sexually attracted to, none of them would willingly choose men" "I'm sick of entertaining a man that doesn't know what he wants" "The next relationship I get into, I'm asking for a $1500 security deposit" "Does anyone want to fill out an application to be my sugar daddy so I can pay a speeding ticket" "Remember your current misery is only temporary and not your final destination"
    7 answers · 20 hours ago
  • I'm a married man who is attracted to my best friend's wife. They're Japanese expats living in San Francisco. What do I do?

    Best answer: Nothing. Just because you are attracted to someone doesn't mean you have to do anything about it. You're married. She's married. Don't ruin a good friendship.
    Best answer: Nothing. Just because you are attracted to someone doesn't mean you have to do anything about it. You're married. She's married. Don't ruin a good friendship.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • What are the chances that a man would win in a custody dispute against a woman?

    Best answer: Less than 10%. Currently only 17% of custodial parents are men (US CENSUS). But not all of those men got custody the first time around nor did they all have to go to court.
    Best answer: Less than 10%. Currently only 17% of custodial parents are men (US CENSUS). But not all of those men got custody the first time around nor did they all have to go to court.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why are people so nosy?

    I have a successful freelance career. I make good money and maintain good connections. However, my nosy relative doesn’t respect me because I “don’t go OUT to a workplace.” She constantly nags and says I look bored when I am not. I prefer working from home and so do many other artists I know. But she says I am... show more
    I have a successful freelance career. I make good money and maintain good connections. However, my nosy relative doesn’t respect me because I “don’t go OUT to a workplace.” She constantly nags and says I look bored when I am not. I prefer working from home and so do many other artists I know. But she says I am lying and tells me to try out more corporate jobs since I get to meet more people. I already have tried out those kinda jobs and I have told her numerous times that I don’t like them. Now she’s questioning whether I really am social. What is her problem? Is she jealous or think I am a loser for not working at a company? I’m not sure why “outdoorsy, gregarious” people talk like this. Everyone’s different and I find it irritating why people like this can’t embrace differences. Wake up!! People can work online now.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Am I selfish or is my girlfriend over-exaggerating her illness?

    I'm in a 6 year relationship with a girl who every 3 months or so, gets seriously bad abdominal pains. They cause her to spend 3 days without food, moaning in agony, not sleeping, and on some occasions she has gotten delirious (talking to God and dead relatives). I've spent countless nights in the... show more
    I'm in a 6 year relationship with a girl who every 3 months or so, gets seriously bad abdominal pains. They cause her to spend 3 days without food, moaning in agony, not sleeping, and on some occasions she has gotten delirious (talking to God and dead relatives). I've spent countless nights in the hospital nursing her and getting no sleep whilst getting ill myself (I'm the only one who works). Each time the doctors do tests (seemingly for everything) and find nothing. Blood pressure (normal); temperature (normal). She sees specialists and still nothing is found. They even treat her like she is wasting their time. A nurse even chuckled at my girlfriend's erratic behavior once (very unprofessional I know, but my gf was acting like a mad person in the hospital). Anyway, eventually she snaps out of it. This is how it is has been for our whole relationship. When it used to happen I thought she way dying and was so scared for it and helpful, but now I am exhausted by it and I just can't pretend to care like I used to. I have this nagging feeling that she's dramatizes it for attention, something her friends have suggested were to me. Our relationship is good besides this but she's currently in the middle of one of her 'episodes' and I just wanna go stay at my parent's place to get some peace. Am I being incredibly self-centered? Should I be honest with her about why I'm not particularly caring? I just want some advice really, like what the hell can I do?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do you think the sex will be good?

    I’m 6’2 she’s 5’1
    I’m 6’2 she’s 5’1
    4 answers · 17 mins ago
  • What would you do?

    So I just had a baby and we would take her over to my in-laws weekly. Just recently, my baby was baptized and we decided to have a small family gathering at my house (keep in mind both me and my boyfriend still live at home separately). My boyfriend is living with us temporarily to help with baby until we both get... show more
    So I just had a baby and we would take her over to my in-laws weekly. Just recently, my baby was baptized and we decided to have a small family gathering at my house (keep in mind both me and my boyfriend still live at home separately). My boyfriend is living with us temporarily to help with baby until we both get on our feet to get our own home. Two weeks before the baptism I had invited his family over to celebrate (keep in mind this was only a small gathering) at my house. The day of the baptism she flipped because she wasn’t invited “formally” with an invitation card and she wanted to contribute with a “pot-luck.” I didn’t understand what she was upset about and why she wasn’t attending. I called her following the baptism to which she screamed at me and hung up on me on the phone. I feel I didn’t deserve this disrespect and asked for an apology to which she says she’ll never give. Now, she wants me to take my daughter over to see her or have her dad take her over alone to which I’m not comfortable. Because we are not taking her over they have threatened to kick my boyfriend out. What am I supposed to do?the day of the baptism was so sacred and special to me and my family and I feel she ruined the celebration for us. I feel as her mother she does not respect me.
    15 answers · 5 days ago
  • What does the term, you're a baby, mean?

    Best answer: It means, they view you as very young.
    Best answer: It means, they view you as very young.
    4 answers · 22 hours ago
  • What would you do if you were in this situation?

    What would you do if you were in this situation?

    Best answer: Who are we in this situation? If we're the gray bubble, I would apologize and stop being so flaky. The purple bubble really isn't at fault here at all.
    Best answer: Who are we in this situation? If we're the gray bubble, I would apologize and stop being so flaky. The purple bubble really isn't at fault here at all.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why are married men so dangerous? so off limits in a way that I need them more?

    I know they are married, and I KNOW they are not happy at home, so it feels like playing with fire with married men at the office. I know I could get any of them whenever I want to. I see their wives at the company get togethers, most sloppy looking, overweight and no personality like me. why the heck do men stay... show more
    I know they are married, and I KNOW they are not happy at home, so it feels like playing with fire with married men at the office. I know I could get any of them whenever I want to. I see their wives at the company get togethers, most sloppy looking, overweight and no personality like me. why the heck do men stay in marriages?
    13 answers · 6 days ago