You kiddin’ me?
Yes, if the reason the first chance failed warrants a second. Depends on what had happened, how forgiving I was feeling and how deserving the person (or thing?) wanting the second chance was.
Only on a small scale. Silly things.
People I’m close to are losing/have lost their patience with me (it having been chipped down over a period of time) which hurts me and to me feels somewhat like betrayal but other than that, no. I don’t know or talk to enough people to be betrayed, ofc!
Not substantially, just stuff like picking up something for someone. I don’t really have anyone to do anything substantial for tbh.
Yes, and I do believe most other people have also.
especially fine celebrities
Well, I’d have to read up on a brain chemistry study to be sure but I’d say yes. If you are in a long term relationship with someone whom you still feel deeply connected and attached to after the initial phases of lust and/or attraction, you are in love, regardless of age.
HTML along with the internet. Occasional chatting. That’s it really. Thrilling, I know.
I can appreciate a good joke but if looking at it seriously, I disagree with the majority of stereotyping. It’s just another form of judgement that leads to prejudice.
I have to say, British stereotyping really irritates me. Apparently we’re either a Cockney from Oliver Twist or Her Majesty. Also, the asshole of the (plural, alright?!) movie is 90% of the time a British guy with one of those two accents. No, no.
I can’t say I never stereotype because it’s pretty much human nature but I fight it as much as possible and would never use it to seriously insult anyone.
So yes, for the most part I think stereotyping is bullshit. Especially on the subject of race/ethnicity, sexual orientation and jobs.
Cancer. I don’t know, does it mean anything at all?
Don’t wanna answer this one if I’m honest. Ah, anxieties.