lol. I’m surprised anyone even read the longest post on tumblr too. =P.
That being said, I’ve already been a vegetarian for about 2 years and 11 months. So, the commitment to it has been pretty unwavering. Its not that I even crave some chicken or steak or turkey or pork or whatever…its the fact that I may be imposing this restriction based on a flawed ideology. My other beliefs make complete sense: don’t enter a relationship if you aren’t going to be loyal/loving/committed/non-abusive/etc, don’t steal, don’t rob, don’t get into foolish fights, etc etc. There really isn’t any hypocrisy in those beliefs. There isn’t room or visible flaws in those beliefs. This whole vegetarianism stuff, my reasons for it, was flawed to begin with. First, I was duped into trying it because I was young, impressionable, and read vegetarian/vegan propaganda. Secondly, my first reason for doing it was the health benefits, yet I am not healthier than I was before and I’ve seen the negative effects of it (In terms of body composition and weight placement) and I therefore KNOW including meat in my diet would be healthier. Third, one reason I don’t eat meat is because an animal had to be killed for me to eat, yet I’m perfectly okay with buying tons of sneakers even tho animals were killed to make those too. Furthermore, its just foolish that I’m okay with a fashion-based exception to the rule but not with a health-based one. Fourth, Buddhism had a great influence on me in regards to this whole non-violence stuff and conscious eating and whatever else. Yet, I believe that some type or variation of “God” exists, meanwhile, in Buddhism, there isn’t any “God”…at least an Abrahamic one. Fifth, if I’m going to equalize the value of a lifeform in terms of the justification of murder, then I should equalize lifeforms in all regards and not just that concerns the death of an animal in order for me to eat. Meaning, my current thinking is “alright, its ‘just’ a chicken, but its still a life” which puts my life and its/all animal life on the same plane.If that’s the case, then I should be fine with eating meat since lions, tigers, bears, etc are all alright with eating flesh. Why hold myself to a higher standard if I’m keeping the significance of our lives at the same level? It could be argued that I’m a higher-being, as far as intellectual capacity goes, and I therefore “know better” and can choose and have control over my actions, rather than just go with natural instinct. A lion, or bear, on the other hand, doesn’t exactly have the capacity to think “oh, there’s some grass over there, let me eat that instead of this gazelle or trout”. But then again, I also have a nutritional knowledge that they don’t consciously possess, which means I KNOW that including meat and fish in my diet would be healthier for me…so…shouldn’t I include it, since I know better to know its better (and more convenient) than a vegetarian or vegan diet? After all, as I presume is the case with early religious restrictions in Judaism and Islam, some foods were restricted because the risks of consuming that particular animal were realized. They forbade pork, alcohol, and gambling because they saw its effects. In the case of pork, they probably forbade it because they saw how people became sick from eating it and they then saw how the animal lived (in filth) and deed that how a pig lives is the reason men got sick from eating it. But, that simply isn’t the case. People get sick from eating pork when the pork isn’t cooked thoroughly. Just like how people get sick from eating chicken and beef if it is undercooked and the salmonella or e-coli viruses aren’t killed. This makes me think of other flaws of certain religious beliefs, such as circumcisions. if God designed us, intelligently, then why would God include something “He” would want you to ritualistically chop off? Doesn’t make sense. The foreskin is there for a reason. It has a biological significance and purpose. It is there to protect the glans from abrasion and to keep the glans moist. Similarly, the reason why sex feels good, is because as far as survival goes…who’s going to want to reproduce if the act of reproduction isn’t pleasurable? Its a built-in insurance policy. Orgasms/sexual pleasure makes people want to have sex. Sex increases chances of pregnancy. Pregnancy increases likelihood of the survival of the species. We are born with certain biological traits and mechanisms that have evolved with us in order to keep the species alive, although, we do develop certain tastes as our lives and experience progresses.
As far as biology/physiology is concerned, vegetarians argue that we our dentition is mainly composed of teeth made for grinding and shearing rather than tearing which suggests we were built to eat plants/fruits/veggies/nuts and not flesh. They also argue that are intestines and gut are large and resemble that intestinal tracts of herbivores, rather than carnivores which possess a short and smooth intestinal tract. Advocates of omnivorousness, on the other hand, say that we have a “general dentition” which means we are meant to be omnivores and that our k-9’s are there to tear flesh, and that some biologists believe that the appendix is thought to be a left-over organ that once had the function of enabling or assisting in the digestion of raw meat without sickness. They also note that an infant’s tendency to favor meat rather than veggies is evidence of a built-in ancestral knowledge of the wholesomeness of meat—-providing fat, protein, and calories/caloric density (energy) that would ensure their survival.
The benefits of a high protein diet (along with exercise) is proven and so readily evident. Cut down on your carb consumption and increase your fat and protein intake and I guarantee you (and everyone else) will see improvements in body composition (% of body weight that is either fat tissue or muscle tissue), if caloric intake is also in check. Meanwhile, high carbohydrate intake, especially carbs with high glycemic indexes is known to decrease insulin sensitivity which, in return, increases fat accumulation. A vegetarian diet simply isn’t able to provide adequate amounts of protein and the limitation of carbs, that is, without protein powder supplementation and the majority of the diet coming from nuts and seeds, which will mean a great increase in saturated fat intake. Vegetarian health advocates will state that high protein diets that get their protein from meat will also mean a high cholesterol diet, however, dietary cholesterol has yet to be determined as having any significant impact on serum cholesterol (LDL/HDL levels).
So, yeah. Idk. I guess, this whole feeling bad business is what is really keeping me a vegetarian. Meanwhile, it is my desire for improved health (rather than taste) that makes me contemplate switching back to being an omnivore. Which is incredibly ironic, since I first started following a vegetarian diet in order to improve my health.
I guess the question is, will I continue to put my health at risk in order to avoid feeling bad or will I put my health before my feelings and hope that along with improvements in health, I also gradually ween off those negative feelings regarding my consumption.
So, I’m just thinking about the reasons I’m vegetarian
and if my reasons for being vegetarian even make sense.
I began being a vegetarian,
not because of animal-cruelty in the meat industry
(since I didn’t really know about that back when I started reading about vegetarianism back when I was 16/2006)
but because I read vegetarian propaganda that spoke about
the health benefits of vegetarianism/veganism vs meat eating
and they spoke about the China Study and how some cancer rates
are higher in meat-eaters than non-meat eaters
and how more meat-eaters are overweight than vegetarians
and how meat-eaters, on average, have a shorter life span
that is plagued by more diseases or ailments than vegetarians
and how disease is treatable and preventable through diet.
And although that may be true—to a point—
they didn’t specify the types of meat-eating diets.
They simply flagged meat as being one of the main causes
of some cancers and other bodily ailments
which may potentially lead to premature death
and other unwanted diet-related health consequences
What they failed to mention is what type and how much meat was eaten:
Was it organic, grassfed meat that was eaten in moderation?
or was it hormone and steroid-filled factory farm-raised meat
that was overeaten and without any vegetables, fruits, nuts
and proper supplementation—for a balanced diet?
Did the people also engage in daily physical activity
or did they prefer laying on the couch with a roasted pig
spinning in a pit they placed besides their mini-fridge
filled with Pepsi and Sunkist?
a person who overeats meat
and has a complete absence of fruits and veggies
from their diets
is also the type of person who isn’t likely
to get out and exercise.
was the decreased life span a result of simply eating meat,
or was it OVER eating HEAVILY PROCESSED meats
while never getting any exercise
and never including fruits, veggies, and supplementation?
I think its the latter.
after becoming a vegetarian
I began watching all the documentaries depicting the cruelty to animals
that regularly occurs at various big-name companies
and then I started reading into Buddhism and Jainism
and their principles of non-violence and the potential
piling on of negative/bad-karma from eating the flesh
of a sentient creature.
& I obviously felt bad, since I have 4 dogs
and I love them to death
and I began thinking of animal relations being like human relations
such as the farm owner taking a chicken
and whisking him away to his death
and then I think about how his little chicken family and friends
and if they will be like “Hey mommy, where’s daddy?”
and then Mommy chicken will be like: “Idk buddy, he’s with Chicken Jesus now”
or something like that.
And although I do, obviously, believe that animals have emotions
my dogs get scared, angry, jealous, protective, sad, happy, etc.
However, dogs are of a higher intelligence than chickens and turkeys
and may not have the same range of emotions as dogs do.
But, does them having limited emotions and intelligence
justify me eating them, after someone else kills them
in order for me (or whomever else) to eat?
To put in a human context, it would sort of be like if I took advantage of a person because they aren’t as intelligent as me
or as equipped to defend themselves against my attack.
So, just because I can take advantage or use someone who is less intelligent as I see fit, does it mean I should?
Of course not.
That would be mean.
&, of course, I would never want someone to do the same to me.
But then again, I’m comparing a human life to that of a chicken.
Would I risk my own life to save a chicken?
It would kind of be stupid if I did.
What change can a chicken bring to the world?
What power does a chicken have to better the world we live in?
However, what power do I possess
and what change can I bring to the world?
I think its safe to say the value of a human life
is much greater than the value of a chicken’s life.
But is justifying a murder or death through perceived “value”
sufficient enough of a case?
If you flip open a newspaper and read about
how a homeless man stumbled into the train tracks
and was subsequently killed,
would you weep and be so caught up in that tragedy?
Would it even be a tragedy?
What if you read a child was killed when he/she ran into the street
after a ball and was struck by a car?
Both are accidents
both resulted in deaths of two human beings
which death would be more emotion-evoking?
Which life do you perceive to have more value
and which death, therefore, was more tragic?
I think most people would say the latter—
that the child had their whole life ahead of them
and that it must be such an excrutiating pain, for the parents
to have to bury their child
a homeless man who likely had a bleak future ahead
filled with McDonald’s or coffee cups with loose change,
harsh winters, and empty stomachs
and who probably didn’t have any family
to mourn them.
But then again, we’re comparing apples to oranges,
since this hypothetical situation is comparing human to human
and not chicken to human, like is the case I’m talking about.
how thorough am I with this non-violence principle/
the sanctity of life?
I’ve bought TONS of sneakers,
and most sneakers are made out of leather.
I don’t own any canvas or hemp sneakers,
so, all my sneakers are made from a mixture of leather, plastic, and rubber.
So, I have deemed it wrong for me to eat meat
because I feel bad that an animal has to die for me to eat
when I can eat other supposedly non-sentient life forms
such as plants and the fruits, nuts, and seeds that come from plants.
But, I don’t deem it wrong to have over 80 pairs of sneakers
even tho an animal also had to die in order to get the leather
for the product
I love me some sneakers and boots.
I love me some Jordans, Nike basketball, Nike running, Reebok, Timberlands, Cole Haan, etc.
So, how hypocritical is that?
I don’t eat meat because I feel bad for the animals and there are other options for me to choose from.
Yet, I don’t feel bad about wearing leather sneakers and shoes, when I could buy canvas/rubber/hemp instead…because…I love footwear.
I also loved fried chicken, roast pork, and juicy steaks.
why do I feel bad for one and not the other?
Is it because animals are always killed for food products
but only already dead animals may be used to make clothing?
I don’t think so,
because its pretty much all the same process.
They kill the animal for the meat to sell and then also sell their hide/pelt,
they kill the animal for their hide/pelt but then also eat or sell the meat afterwards.
Other people also show animal cuteness
or animal compassion towards other animals
as reasons to not eat meat.
But they don’t realize that those are tremendous outliers.
For every one fox or wolf or lion or hyena or other carnivorous animal
that you see a picture of them cuddling with a bunny, or chicken, or cat, or whatever
there are a billion (hyperbole) other foxes, wolves, lions, hyenas, etc that see that bunny, chicken, cat, etc and completely rips them apart limb from limb, flesh from bone.
Likewise, even if my dog cuddles with a bunny I bring home and its so cute etc, it doesn’t prove anything except that they just decided not to kill it
but I bet if I toss a steak on the floor
my dogs will be running to be the first to get it.
& If that’s okay, since they didn’t kill it themselves
then its okay for me to eat meat too, since I’m not killing anything.
I mean, if anything, its disrespectful if something is killed
and they aren’t used to the fullest.
It would be almost as if they died for no reason.
A senseless murder vs a purposeful murder.
The killing of a cow that provides food for a family
and also footwear or a jacket or whatever else as well.
Or in human context, as seen in Seven Pounds
a person is killed (at his own hands)
but it is not a senseless death.
His death gave life or new life to many other people:
his eyes to one man,
his heart to one woman,
and I’m sure his other organs were used for transplants as well.
Although it doesn’t take away from the tragedy of the death
it does give it purpose.
Life depends on death for it to continue,
at every level.
Herbivores eat plants (which are lifeforms) in order to survive/sustain life..
Carnivores eat herbivores in order to survive/sustain life.
& Both carnivores and herbivores eventually die and their decomposing carcasses embed nutrients into the soil which plants use to grow big and strong.
Why do you think grass is so green at cemeteries?
There’s a lot of fresh fertilizer to provide it 1/3 of what it needs.
if I break it down completely,
I’m not even vegetarian at all.
Since the plants I eat or the food that comes from those plants
came about via utilizing animal-based fertilizer —
whether it be a decaying carcass of an animal
or the poop from that animal.
where do I draw the line?
What do I choose?
Why am I a vegetarian?
Does it even make sense?
If everyone was a vegetarian,
would the world be a better place?
because being a vegetarian doesn’t make you a good person.
Being a good person does.
It can be argued that vegetarianism decreases aggression in men
because less testosterone is produced
on a vegetarian diet than on an omnivorous or carnivorous diet
it doesn’t eliminate anger, aggression, or hate.
So, although violence towards animal will almost completely stop
it doesn’t mean violence amongst humans will.
There have been murderers and rapists and all that bs
who were also vegetarians.
Do I have examples?
Well, idk if Hitler raped anyone
but he certainly called for the murders of, oh, idk,
a few million people.
That being said,
judging the quality of a person based on their diet
Although it MAY accurately convey certain things
such as self-control
or higher spiritual consciousness or whatever
it doesn’t guarantee it.
& Quite frankly,
most people so greatly associate vegetarianism and veganism
with higher consciousness and all that
come on son…
You’re the next Buddha because you decided not to eat meat,
started doing yoga,
expressing your sexual freedom,
and getting dreadlocks?
All that dictates to me
is that you’re following another path
that was describe to you
that you tried out
and decided to stick with.
Are you operating at a higher level of consciousnesses than someone else, because you believe that violence is bad and don’t partake in it and you believe in peace?
Alright. Well, I can eat a heckuvalot of fried chicken and I can go on to provide free housing, food, medical care, and job training to the homeless and recognize that as humans, we need to work together and work passed potentially deleterious cravings that result in greed and lust which is basically the reason for all wars, whether world wars or personal conflict between two individuals (aside from if the conflict stems from disrespect or other forms of ignorance).
So, who’s better? You because you do yoga, burn incense, listen to Bob Marley, and eat spirulina? Or hypothetical me, who remedied homelessness for hundreds or thousands of people in NYC?
The answer is neither. We’re both just people. Of course, one is doing more to remedy the ailments of our world but at least the other isn’t necessarily contributing to it (although it can be argued that doing nothing is just as harmful as committing the actual crimes)
I mean, as far as vegetarianism goes,
I’ve already debunked the discrepancies in the health benefits that are touted by these only-writing-about-half-of-the-picture-azz propagandist since I know that my health hasn’t exactly improved since becoming a vegetarian (since there IS such a thing as an unhealthy vegan/vegetarian, hence the hundreds and thousands of overweight and even obese vegetarians/vegans around the world). But, I guess the question remains, what is the next step?
Should I quit the vegetarianism, to improve my health from a physical performance standpoint yet still recognize the full extent of my choice (much like many Native American tribes do/did—they recognize a life was sacrificed in order for them to eat and be clothed, so they thanked the spirit of the animal or the Earth for giving them sustained life and made sure every part of the animal was utilized)?
Or should I remain a vegetarian while still battling the qualms I have with my own flawed system of beliefs?
After all, I’m not even a Buddhist or Jain or Hindu. I’m not a Christian, Muslim, Catholic, or Jew. I’m not Atheist or Agnostic or Darwinist. I’m just…me. Just a person trying to lead a good life and live righteously. But, there’s just so many uncertainties and what if’s.
I mean, I believe in evolution.
I believe in extraterrestrial intelligent life.
I believe in the after-life.
I believe in ghosts and spirits.
& I also believe in God.
However, I am just not certain what that “God” is.
If it is a Universal energy/entity
that all-knowingly guides itself and the world
in order to keep it at least relatively balanced.
or the Biblical/Abrahamic God—
as depicted in the Torah, Qur’an, and Bible.
more than anything
I believe in the people.
The power of that individual.
The potential of that individual,
and how limitless that potential really is.
& I mean,
I just want everyone to be safe, healthy, and happy.
I also know chicken would do wonders for my physique
and my taste buds would love me.
I still feel bad for the chicken.
I usually give an instrumental 10-20 seconds
to catch my attention.
If I haven’t thought of the first few lines
within that time period
I x’out and search for a different one.
Some of my favorite producers are:
- 9th Wonder
- Pete Rock
- The Alchemist
- Just Blaze
Anonymous asked: Newest one, 1, 20, 31, 59, 132, 134
20) First thing I notice in a new person:
- Physically speaking? Their entire face. Hair, eyes, smile, lips, etc.
- Non-physical attributes? Their way/style of speaking, not necessarily accents, but word choice and tempo.
31) How I feel right now:
- I’m alright. A little tired. Contemplative.
59) Do I have any strange phobias?
- Not really. Typical stuff. Germophobia-type things. Don’t like when my hands/nails get dirty, don’t like holding onto the poles on the bus or train, don’t like using glassware or utensils at restaurants or bars, don’t like touching doorknobs in restrooms (because I’m sure 90% of people don’t wash their hands, which means there is poop and penis residue on it), don’t like touching the flush handle in restrooms, don’t like (or allow) people to drink from the same cup or use the same utensils as me, etc etc. That’s about it.
132) Been rejected by a crush?
- Yep. About 5ish times since age 16.
134) What do I want for my birthday?
- At least a quarter milli in my checking account, a delicious chocolate milkshake with the works (oreos, etc), some brownies, extra cheese pizza, and “the one” would be nice. =P
Ty for the questions.
Bad Boys III
needs to happen tho.
Martin & Will have some pretty good on-screen chemistry.
- 1: Selfie
- 2: Zodiac sign
- 3: 3 Fears
- 4: 3 things I love
- 5: 4 turns on
- 6: 4 turns off
- 7: My best friend
- 8: Sexual orientation
- 9: My best first date
- 10: How tall am I
- 11: What do I miss
- 12: What time were I born
- 13: Favourite color
- 14: Do I have a crush
- 15: Favourite quote
- 16: Favourite place
- 17: Favourite food
- 18: Do I use sarcasm
- 19: What am I listening to right now
- 20: First thing I notice in new person
- 21: Shoe size
- 22: Eye color
- 23: Hair color
- 24: Favourite style of clothing
- 25: Ever done a prank call?
- 26: What colour of underwear I'm wearing now?
- 27: Meaning behind my URL
- 28: Favourite movie
- 29: Favourite song
- 30: Favourite band
- 31: How I feel right now
- 32: Someone I love
- 33: My current relationship status
- 34: My relationship with my parents
- 35: Favourite holiday
- 36: Tattoos and piercing i have
- 37: Tattoos and piercing i want
- 38: The reason I joined Tumblr
- 39: Do I and my last ex hate each other?
- 40: Do I ever get “good morning” or “good night ” texts?
- 41: Have I ever kissed the last person you texted?
- 42: When did I last hold hands?
- 43: How long does it take me to get ready in the morning?
- 44: Have I shaved your legs in the past three days?
- 45: Where am I right now?
- 46: If I were drunk & can’t stand, who’s taking care of me?
- 47: Do I like my music loud or at a reasonable level?
- 48: Do I live with my Mom and Dad?
- 49: Am I excited for anything?
- 50: Do I have someone of the opposite sex I can tell everything to?
- 51: How often do I wear a fake smile?
- 52: When was the last time I hugged someone?
- 53: What if the last person I kissed was kissing someone else right in front of me?
- 54: Is there anyone I trust even though I should not?
- 55: What is something I disliked about today?
- 56: If I could meet anyone on this earth, who would it be?
- 57: What do I think about most?
- 58: What’s my strangest talent?
- 59: Do I have any strange phobias?
- 60: Do I prefer to be behind the camera or in front of it?
- 61: What was the last lie I told?
- 62: Do I perfer talking on the phone or video chatting online?
- 63: Do I believe in ghosts? How about aliens?
- 64: Do I believe in magic?
- 65: Do I believe in luck?
- 66: What's the weather like right now?
- 67: What was the last book I've read?
- 68: Do I like the smell of gasoline?
- 69: Do I have any nicknames?
- 70: What was the worst injury I've ever had?
- 71: Do I spend money or save it?
- 72: Can I touch my nose with a tounge?
- 73: Is there anything pink in 10 feets from me?
- 74: Favourite animal?
- 75: What was I doing last night at 12 AM?
- 76: What do I think is Satan’s last name is?
- 77: What’s a song that always makes me happy when I hear it?
- 78: How can you win my heart?
- 79: What would I want to be written on my tombstone?
- 80: What is my favorite word?
- 81: My top 5 blogs on tumblr
- 82: If the whole world were listening to me right now, what would I say?
- 83: Do I have any relatives in jail?
- 84: I accidentally eat some radioactive vegetables. They were good, and what’s even cooler is that they endow me with the super-power of my choice! What is that power?
- 85: What would be a question I’d be afraid to tell the truth on?
- 86: What is my current desktop picture?
- 87: Had sex?
- 88: Bought condoms?
- 89: Gotten pregnant?
- 90: Failed a class?
- 91: Kissed a boy?
- 92: Kissed a girl?
- 93: Have I ever kissed somebody in the rain?
- 94: Had job?
- 95: Left the house without my wallet?
- 96: Bullied someone on the internet?
- 97: Had sex in public?
- 98: Played on a sports team?
- 99: Smoked weed?
- 100: Did drugs?
- 101: Smoked cigarettes?
- 102: Drank alcohol?
- 103: Am I a vegetarian/vegan?
- 104: Been overweight?
- 105: Been underweight?
- 106: Been to a wedding?
- 107: Been on the computer for 5 hours straight?
- 108: Watched TV for 5 hours straight?
- 109: Been outside my home country?
- 110: Gotten my heart broken?
- 111: Been to a professional sports game?
- 112: Broken a bone?
- 113: Cut myself?
- 114: Been to prom?
- 115: Been in airplane?
- 116: Fly by helicopter?
- 117: What concerts have I been to?
- 118: Had a crush on someone of the same sex?
- 119: Learned another language?
- 120: Wore make up?
- 121: Lost my virginity before I was 18?
- 122: Had oral sex?
- 123: Dyed my hair?
- 124: Voted in a presidential election?
- 125: Rode in an ambulance?
- 126: Had a surgery?
- 127: Met someone famous?
- 128: Stalked someone on a social network?
- 129: Peed outside?
- 130: Been fishing?
- 131: Helped with charity?
- 132: Been rejected by a crush?
- 133: Broken a mirror?
- 134: What do I want for birthday?
- 135: How many kids do I want and what will be their names?
- 136: Was I named after anyone?
- 137: Do I like my handwriting?
- 138: What was my favourite toy as a child?
- 139: Favourite Tv Show?
- 140: Where do I want to live when older?
- 141: Play any musical instrument?
- 142: One of my scars, how did I get it?
- 143: Favourite pizza toping?
- 144: Am I afraid of the dark?
- 145: Am I afraid of heights?
- 146: Have I ever got caught sneaking out or doing anything bad?
- 147: Have I ever tried my hardest and then gotten disappointed in the end?
- 148: What I'm really bad at
- 149: What my greatest achievments are
- 150: The meanest thing somebody has ever said to me
- 151: What I'd do if I won in a lottery
- 152: What do I like about myself
- 153: My closest Tumblr friend
- 154: Something I fantasise about
- 155: Any question you'd like
idek what’s going on on my dash right now
its absolutely the most….bizarre…
reblogs that I’ve ever seen tho….easily.
Except for the Queen who is Invisibly Crowned,
Candice always comes correct.
On that note,
Ask Me Stuff Yo
- 1: What was the last argument you had about?
- 2: How long was your longest relationship?
- 3: What is something not many people know about you?
- 4: Do you believe in Heaven and Hell?
- 5: Two truths and a lie. Go.
- 6: Do you believe in fate/destiny?
- 7: Where is somewhere you’ve always wanted to live?
- 8: Has there ever been a song that made you cry?
- 9: Talk about each of your siblings.
- 10: If you could learn to play any instrument, what would it be?
- 11: Do you jump/scare easily?
- 12: Views on abortion?
- 13: Views on gay marriage?
- 14: Which birthday has been your favorite?
- 15: Which birthday has been your least favorite?
- 16: Who are some of your favorite musicians?
- 17: Have you ever caught your parents lying to you?
- 18: What’s your favorite musical?
- 19: What’s a book that you could read over and over?
- 20: Do you like thunderstorms?
- 21: What’s your favorite number? Reasoning?
- 22: Have you ever been to a fortune teller?
- 23: Describe your ideal significant other.
- 24: What made you like the last person you dated?
- 25: Why did your last relationship end?
- 26: Who is someone that you think knows the most about you outside of family?
- 27: If it were absolutely possible, what would actually be your ideal job?
- 28: What is the weirdest thing you’ve eaten?
- 29: Have you ever done “The Cinnamon Challenge?”
- 30: What are some of your favorite movies?
- 31: What are your favorite movies introduced by someone else?
- 32: What are some of your favorite songs?
- 33: What are some of your favorite songs introduced by someone else?
- 34: What’s your favorite Disney Pixar movie?
- 35: What your favorite book you read in high school?
- 36: State 5 things you and the asker have in common.
- 37: State 4 random memories of yours.
- 38: List the last 3 books you read.
- 39: List 2 of your quirks.
- 40: State 1 bad habit of yours.
- 42: Are you afraid of your future?
- 43: Who are some tumblr users you'd like to meet in person?
- 44: Has a scary movie ever given you nightmares?
- 45: Do you believe in reincarnation?
- 46: When was the last time you got your hair done in a salon?
- 47: Are you close with your parents?
- 48: Do you like to drink? Why or why not?
- 49: What were your grades like in high school? College?
- 50: [Any question you'd like]
Does anybody even put salt on their food anymore?
Whenever I went out to restaurants,
I was always a pepper person,
from when I was a kid, and even til present day.
When I cook/cooked,
I still never used salt.
Its always been about that cayenne pepper,