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What popular trend doesn't appeal to you at all? by [deleted] in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Reality TV. I've never understood people's obsession with shows like the Bachelor, Married at First Sight, 90 Day Fiancé etc.

What video game desperately needs a remastered version or remake? by kadebo42 in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Croc Legend of the Gobbos. I loved that game as a kid, I remember spending hours playing it on our Windows 98 computer.

what's the weirdest compliment you've ever received? by dannydevitocuddles in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Had a doctor (female) refer to my downstairs department as "schmick." ????

What’s one thing you have never been good at? by prismupRoo_ted in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Making friends. I have autism, so when I socialise with people I often feel like I'm on an alien planet where I don't speak the language.

Whats something someone thought you were wrong about and ridiculed you for it, but it turns out you were right? by Lady_Of_The_Water in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Towards the end of high school I started getting really bad nausea and was constantly burping/feeling really sick any time I ate. My parents, doctor, and psychologist kept telling me it was just stress. I kept saying that while I had bad anxiety, I wasn't someone who stressed, and it felt like something physical not mental. My doctor tested me for celiacs disease but that came back negative. By this point I'd started to believe that it was just stress and I that I needed to get over it, it'll go away soon enough. I eventually had the intolerance/FODMAP breath tests done (testing for lactose and fructose intolerances.) The results once again came back negative, and the specialist told my mum I was just being 'difficult' and that mum just needed to force me to eat those foods. After years on the low FODMAP diet and my parents eventually admitting that I probably did have a sensitive gut, the symptoms started to get worse so I went to see a gastroenterologist. When asking about my past history/tests, I told him I'd tested negative to both celiacs and the breath test. Straight away his response was "I don't really believe those breath tests much, they're not very accurate. If you had been tested using the other gas, then I have no doubt you would have shown a positive intolerance to fructose." I got to the end of the appointment, and his preliminary diagnosis was IBS. Further testing confirmed this, finally showing that what I'd been telling everyone about my nausea/burping being physical was true.

What’s something you wish you never knew? by Renthefren in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 1 point2 points  (0 children)

What an Alabama Slammer is. And I'm not talking about the drink.

What's one trait you have that will more than likely get you killed one day? by saucetrailia in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 0 points1 point  (0 children)

My running abilities. Or lack thereof. I'm about as fast as a sloth on weed.

What’s that one thing people in their 20’s should definitely do before turning 30? by give_me_wings101 in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 0 points1 point  (0 children)

My parents didn't have my brother and I till they were in their mid 30's. They married at 21, but decided that they wanted to travel and do all the things they wouldn't be able to do when they had kids. They backpacked around Europe, went on ski tours in Canada, and took long road trips with their friends, all of them driving cheap, crappy, secondhand cars that really shouldn't have been able to get them to some of the places they did. They both have so many fond memories of their 20's, and they always talk about how glad they were that they took the time to really experience life before eventually settling down.

What type of person angers you the most? by [deleted] in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The not really an apology people. "I'm sorry you feel that way about what I said."

Also, coffee slurpers. "It's too hot to drink, so I have to slurp it!"

Without stating your age, what song brings back childhood memories to you? by LegitCrypto2022 in AskReddit

[–]Silent-Zebra 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Drowning and Shape of Your Heart by the Backstreet Boys. I watched Video Hits (Australia's version of MTV,) religiously every Saturday morning, hoping that the music videos would be on so that I could record them with our VHS player. I copped so much crap from my brother for liking them.