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Subject: Re: Do you put away your laundry?

Forum: Do you put away your laundry?
Hello Ryan!

Technological difficulties! Sorry!


Washing my laundry is one thing, and I happen to do it on a regular basis, but putting the clean laundry away, that's another story!

Most of the time I go through two or three loads of cleaning laundry and stacking it up in my room, unfolded and everywhere, before I begin to fold it and put it away. I don't exactly know why finishing the job is so difficult for me, but I'm not doing anything to change it! :)

Thanks and sorry about the first message. I don't understand what happened!


Subject: Re: Do you put away your laundry?

Forum: Do you put away your laundry?
Hello Ryan

Subject: Re: Germs, germs, and more germs...

Forum: Germs, germs, and more germs...
Hello Ashley!

It depends on what it is. I can eat food off of the floor/ground (nine times out of ten) without even thinking about it, but I am always washing my hands, whether it be after washing dishes, vacuuming, giving the dog a bath. Weird and somewhat contradictory, but its what I do.

How I came to do it? I guess, its just part of who I am, I don't really know. I was taught to always wash my hands after using the restroom, or before eating dinner, but I guess I have kind of extended that teaching because of my personality. I hope that isn't too confusing! :)


Subject: Re: What's Your Favorite Cookie?

Forum: What's Your Favorite Cookie?
Hello Emma!

My favorite cookie is chocolate chip! I love this cookie because it tastes good, and is the BEST cookie dough when raw. I think I like them more when they aren't cooked. :) My favorite version of a chocolate chip cookie is when they can be cooked, but still be super gooey and soft. Sometimes when chocolate chip cookies sit after being cooked, they become crunchy. I love them when the are super gooey.
I have made chocolate chip cookies before, bought them before, and my mom has made them for me before. There really isn't a "normal" way of getting them for me.



Subject: How Old is The Earth REALLY?

Forum: How Old is The Earth REALLY?
Hello Everyone!

How's everyone's weekend gone?

How old do you think the earth is?
Where do you get your answer? Explain.



Subject: Re: Can there be happiness without sadness?

Forum: Can there be happiness without sadness?
Hello Mary!

I think that sadness and happiness go hand in hand. You can't have one without the other. If someone is always happy, their reality will soon come crashing in on top of them. If someone is always sad, their reality will soon come crashing in on top of them. Life is full of ups and downs, highs and lows, its never always good, or always bad. These things are combined for a reason. Too much of a good thing can be bad, and in this case, too much happiness can become sad. Being happy isn't going to work the same way for every situation, nor is it going to work for all situations. There needs to be those times when sadness comes and changes your perspective. Then happiness can shine through and work together with sadness. Balance. Balance is key. This probably makes no sense! Inside Out explains it really well! haha :)



Subject: Re: FOOD FIGHT! Hot Dogs or Hamburgers?

Forum: FOOD FIGHT! Hot Dogs or Hamburgers?
Hello Kyle!

This is a VERY ground breaking question! haha :)

I would have to go with HAMBURGERS!!!

I love both so much, making my decision very tough, but I have to go with hamburgers. My perfect hamburger would be topped with CHEDDAR cheese (none of that fake stuff), ketchup (not a lot, gross), mustard (give me more), DILL pickles (not them sweet ones), and mayo on both pieces of bread. THE PERFECT BURGER! :)



Subject: Re: Do you remember your first day in school?

Forum: Do you remember your first day in school?

I do not remember my first day of first grade which is really sad! I remember some, very few, but some things that happened that year, but nothing much. I wish I could have a really great memory and go back into my mind to that day; remember what it was like to be a little first grader.



Subject: Re: How Often Do You Text Back?

Forum: How Often Do You Text Back?
Hello Eddie!

I haven't had this happen to me, but I have been the person to not text back before. I think the longest I went without texting someone back was a few days.



Subject: Clone: Good or Bad?

Forum: Clone: Good or Bad?
Hello Everyone!

Hope you are having a great weekend!

Another deep(ish) one for you guys today!

What do you think about cloning?
Do you think it's possible? (cloning humans; they have already supposedly cloned animals)
Do you think it is right?
Do you think "we" as a human race have the power to create life?
What do you think a clone would be like?
Do you think this is morally correct?
A step in the right direction?
Agree or disagree?



P.S. I know having a lot of questions to answer is annoying, so just choose one if you want! :)

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