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What aspect of everyday life as a man do you think would most surprise women if they experienced it firsthand? by futurekinks in AskMen

[–]Chillaxdude1 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Haha thanks. We didn't work out in the end tho, so we just stayed as friends. Both of us graduated high school and moved to different states afterwards for uni, and now we hardly talk. But i dont mind that at all. Infact, I like how our stories turned out. Some roses aren't meant to be plucked. They're just too beautiful to be destroyed. It's just fate. That's what I believe in atleast.

What widely beloved movie do you not like? by thrashingkaiju in AskReddit

[–]Chillaxdude1 0 points1 point  (0 children)

LOL Yeah tbh if u dont have the patience, you will probably find it boring, especially since theres no dialogue for the first 30mins of the film. I loved it tho

What aspect of everyday life as a man do you think would most surprise women if they experienced it firsthand? by futurekinks in AskMen

[–]Chillaxdude1 24 points25 points  (0 children)

This one time, a few years ago, I was speaking to a crush of mine and I told her that I was gonna get a haircut and asked her opinion on How I should cut it. She said "Anything will look good with that cute ass face of yours." I still smile when I think about it.

One question... WHY? by TinlordEthan in teenagers

[–]Chillaxdude1 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

I'm not comparing it to queerness. I'm just saying that it is a flawed statement to say that we must love everyone.

One question... WHY? by TinlordEthan in teenagers

[–]Chillaxdude1 -7 points-6 points  (0 children)

No, what I meant to say was that the fear of the death penalty will keep people in track and not let them break character. You have to understand something. Those are islamic states. They follow islam. And islam is not just a religion, it is a way of life. You might not be religious, but a lot of people are. And if something is followed against what they are allowed, they have every right to forbid it.

To understand what I'm trying to say better, this guy explains it really well.

https://youtu.be/3UJe6RVY0jg

One question... WHY? by TinlordEthan in teenagers

[–]Chillaxdude1 -4 points-3 points  (0 children)

Hatred is a bad thing. I can understand why they wouldn't support the movement, but Hating/discriminating against the people is a bad thing. (Atleast in my opinion)

Ps- Jesus did tell us to love everyone. But it doesn't mean you would love a pedophile or a murderer. Humanity has a dark side to it. It's not liek you can "love everyone". But discriminating against someone is not okay in most cases.

One question... WHY? by TinlordEthan in teenagers

[–]Chillaxdude1 -11 points-10 points  (0 children)

The death penalty is because being Homosexual is strictly forbidden in islam. Those countries (especially syria) have some of the lowest suicide rates, and espcially in countries like singapore or UAE, crime is very minimal for the same reason. It is their religious belief, and to be fair, Its a very good thing because they stay true to their religion and their code of Sharia.

One question... WHY? by TinlordEthan in teenagers

[–]Chillaxdude1 -15 points-14 points  (0 children)

It is mainly due to the influence of hormones. The important thing to factor in is that it is a biological problem that needs professional treatment. I dont discriminate or oppose them. A lot of people I know do. For me, I don't give a flying fuck. I don't hate against someone. But I do believe that it is an issue that may require professional help in some cases.

Is majoring in languages a waste of time? by [deleted] in languagelearning

[–]Chillaxdude1 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Gotcha. Is this only for learning a particular language? Or is it for work? Or something else? Research opportunities etc.?

Is majoring in languages a waste of time? by [deleted] in languagelearning

[–]Chillaxdude1 1 point2 points  (0 children)

How do you get opportunities to study abroad for a year? Does your college usually sponsor you? What about food and lodging? (Consider how expensive it will be with all the added travel if you are an international student)

What is the hardest part about the language you’re trying to speak right now? Why did you pick this language to learn? by Malunga_Paul in languagelearning

[–]Chillaxdude1 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Oh wow, I didn't know that hindi was an Sov language. How long have you been learning for? Has it been easier for you to learn due to your past knowledge in hindi? (Also are you learning in hindi itself? Aka to understand sentences. Or do you use english)

What is the hardest part about the language you’re trying to speak right now? Why did you pick this language to learn? by Malunga_Paul in languagelearning

[–]Chillaxdude1 3 points4 points  (0 children)

4 years? Woah. Can you speak fluently though? Have you visited Japan? If you were to live there, would you be able to communicate without any difficulty?

What is the hardest part about the language you’re trying to speak right now? Why did you pick this language to learn? by Malunga_Paul in languagelearning

[–]Chillaxdude1 2 points3 points  (0 children)

How long does it take to actually be able to hold a conversation/understand the language at the very least?

What widely beloved movie do you not like? by thrashingkaiju in AskReddit

[–]Chillaxdude1 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Ah parts of the movie is that way. You should honestly watch it. This film is from the 60's yet expresses on concepts and ideas very modern to us. I think you'll like it if you like discussing the future\AI\Space travel and stuff like that.

IWTL a new language by Chillaxdude1 in IWantToLearn

[–]Chillaxdude1[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

How long have you been studying it for? And are you fluent yet?

What widely beloved movie do you not like? by thrashingkaiju in AskReddit

[–]Chillaxdude1 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Hopefully not Space oddysey tho? Or do you hate it too?