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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Finli Otego on Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:19 am

In theory, YES. In reality, I'd probably freeze up. :lol:

For males:
You open your door to find a baby on your doorstep with a note saying that it's yours. Do you raise it as your own? Put it up for adoption? Get a DNA test to prove it?
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Thirty-Fiver on Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:44 am

I'd raise it as my own cause my step-father basically did the same thing for me. Just not as dramatic as being left on a doorstep though. :D

For females:
Same question minus the DNA test. You should know if it's yours or not. ;)

I hope.
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Jeepy on Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:54 am

I would raise it but I would be curious to know how I had this baby and then misplaced it. :P

A child you know is being horribly mistreated by their family, but if you call the authorities, they will end up in care. Would you let the kid live with you, if you could legally do so?
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby fingersplints on Thu Nov 19, 2009 3:30 am

Jeepy wrote:I would raise it but I would be curious to know how I had this baby and then misplaced it. :P

A child you know is being horribly mistreated by their family, but if you call the authorities, they will end up in care. Would you let the kid live with you, if you could legally do so?


how could they legally live with me without getting authorities involved?
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Jeepy on Thu Nov 19, 2009 3:31 am

The parents sign over custody
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby fingersplints on Thu Nov 19, 2009 3:50 pm

well if the parents signed over custody, couldn't you call the authorities after :S

I don't know. either way. I would probably take in the child. there would be a lot to consider but yea if I could I would

I have to come up with a good question :whistle: can't think of one right now :unsure:
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Fivebretz on Wed Dec 02, 2009 3:00 pm

I just saw an ad on TV for a film that is almost word for word one of the questions I posed in this thread :scared:

"If you push this button you'll get a million pounds, but someone will die!"

Something along those lines. I should have copyrighted the idea ¬¬ :P
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby haphazard on Wed Dec 02, 2009 11:31 pm

I wondered, when I saw an ad for it a lil while back, if that is where you had gotten the idea, too funny.. :O
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Jeepy on Tue Jul 27, 2010 9:30 pm

Is it ok to wee in the shower?
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Fivebretz on Tue Jul 27, 2010 10:22 pm

It's more than ok, it's encouraged
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Broyles on Wed Jul 28, 2010 7:46 am

Jeepy wrote:Is it ok to wee in the shower?


Fivebretz wrote:It's more than ok, it's encouraged


I just found this thread, popped in, and THIS is my question to answer?!

If a man encourages you to wee in the shower would you do it?

I guess I'd have to ask, "Who's shower am I in? Is this his house or mine? And wait... why am I showering in another man's house who encourages 'weeing' in his shower? Clearly this isn't the first time urine has been introduced to the shower floor of a man who freely encourages this sort of thing. And better yet, why am I showering and considering weeing in it when there's a toilet just a couple of feet away? Am I just extraordinarily lazy (and disgusting)?

I guess I'll give the guy a break and give him a few droplets of wee in his shower just to make him happy.


Next question: Ever picked your nose and eaten what you found in there?
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Jeepy on Wed Jul 28, 2010 9:13 am

Anyone who says they haven't is either a liar or a fool who missed out on some tasty childhood nomz.

Should gay people be allowed to adopt?
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Devil's Arcade on Wed Jul 28, 2010 1:00 pm

Yes, of course they should.

You see a police officer hitting a younger adult, 16-18, for what looks like no reason at all other than he can just because he is a police officer - do you intervene?
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Re: The "Answer a Difficult Question Truthfully" Thread

Postby Fivebretz on Wed Jul 28, 2010 2:57 pm

Nope. I'd cheer if I saw it around my parts. Every f***ing 9-18yo in NI should have mandatory police beatings just to knock some f***ing sense into them :cursing:
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