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Ahavati
Ahavati
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Beast ( Miss ) Beason, English teacher.  Lived up to her name; but, boy did she push you to be the best!

Labor Day weekend plans?

LostGirl18
LostGirl18
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Nurse my impending hangover.

Are you happy in this very moment?

Yours,
LostGirl

LiamReeduus
LiamReeduus
LiamReedus
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Yes. I am my children and wife made my day

How bout you?

Ahavati
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Very much so!  

What is the next holiday you will celebrate?

Layla
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Is anyone truly happy?  But, content, yes!

Edit: It's been several years since I've truly celebrated a holiday due to my job.

If you could write a book about yourself, how many pages do you think it will be?


LiamReeduus
LiamReeduus
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Yes there are many that are truely happy. My wife says it would take a trilogy to write my story

If love isnt really an emotion its programmed then how do children first born feel love to their parents?

Layla
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I'm sure someone much more intelligent will answer this but in my opinion and from some data/research i've read that its not love that is the first emotion that a child or a baby feels but rather consistent nurture/care, security and trust in pattern and behavior from parents that eventually is developed as love and bond.

How many romantic loves have you experienced in your life?

Viddax
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Lord Viddax
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I don't quite understand what you mean by that. Love is an emotion, it is not really 'programmed'; evolution and genetics make trends and tendencies rather than specific programming. You cannot program a person but with time you can change a family line to have specific behaviours and quirks, though that is generally frowned upon as being morally grey/wrong and infringing on human rights of freedom and self-determination.

As for romantic love/loves the answer is nil, null, zilch, zero, not a jot, bugger all, nada, nothing, so-far-not-appearing-in-this-lifetime, nawt, nought, nope, no, not; take your pick!

Why is there never enough time in the day for the good stuff?

Ahavati
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I don't know; I don't have that problem.  Perhaps you need to reorganize and prioritize the good stuff!

Should people care more about doing the right thing, or doing something right?

the5thRiddler
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Do the right thing. Like ask if a females got a dick, whilst on a date.

Did zombies ever die to begin with?

lepperochan
lepperochan
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I've yet to find one willing to divulge the secrets of their existence

if you could get a preview to time and circumstance of your death, would you (if only to write a poem about it)  

Ahavati
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No. I would rather imagine and be wrong. That would be a great comp, btw! Imagine your death and write a poem about it.

Have you experienced the highlight of your poetic life; or, do you feel it hasn't arrived yet?


Miss_Sub
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Na, poetry doesn’t have a highlight. Poetry is the everyday vase.

What is the most annoying insect in your country?

David_Macleod
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Midgie - our mosquitoes)

what bugs deserve to be squished?

AspergerPoet56
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David_Macleod said:Midgie - our mosquitoes)

what bugs deserve to be squished?


Politicians

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