ethernetbunny (ethernetbunny) wrote in thequestionclub,


1) What would you do in this situation?

I feel rude if I don't ask for their contact information, then I feel rude if I don't use it...

Inspired by theferrett  who wrote --

Periodically, I will run into someone I wasn't expecting in a situation where I don't have a lot of time to talk; I'll run into an old acquaintance at a street fair when we're both with groups of friends headed in different directions, or I'll run into someone I used to work with just as I'm trying to get to the bank before it closes. I haven't seen this person in months, maybe years, but I don't have time to catch up... And they're not important enough to me that I feel the urge to get their phone number for later contact...  I feel guilty about that truncated dialogue every time.  ...better prepare me for the next surprise visit, but no. I'm still the same idiot. And there are conversations I've been silently replaying for years.

2) I apologize to the person who replied to my question several weeks...  I lost the answer!  I'm using Windows Media Player & I need a free plugin to make it play *.ogg files. 

3) Do you brush your teeth before or after you eat breakfast?  I brush before to get rid of morning breath, but my friend brushes after so she has a clean mouth for the office.

4) Do you shower in the morning or night?  If you shower in the morning, doesn't it feel like the day's dirt is stuck to you when you get into bed??

5) Do you agree with this assessment of Carrie of Sex in the City?

Tags: hypothetical, people, relationships, society, tv
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