LinNawt DaBrainz
LinNawt DaBrainz answered

It sounds like a yeast infection. Yeast infections are quite common and something that a quick trip to the doctor will fix. I'd go talk to my mom about it (it's seriously not as awkward as you think). She can probably get you some over the counter medicine for it. And if that doesn't help … Read more

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered

There were other complaints besides yours in regards to this. I don't know what the answer is but I think it's to tie the accounts together and prove you're "legit" if I were to guess. So create fake accounts and link those together - that would be my answer!

Cookie Roma
Cookie Roma answered Thipphawan Srikham's question

I have no idea what the problem is    Seems to me that you should be tested for a learning disability. 

KB Baldwin
KB Baldwin answered Anonymous' question

I've always thought that talking to yourself is just fine.  After all, once in a while you need to talk to someone smart.  However, when you start believing what you hear you might be verging on crazy.

Gator Blu
Gator Blu answered Anonymous' question

Talking to yourself and even answering yourself, is really just thinking out loud. Now if you are talking to people who are not really there, then you should see a mental health professional.

Didge Doo
Didge Doo answered Anonymous' question

Talking to yourself is normal. Mostly. Depression is common but definitely not normal. If you're depressed you need to talk to a professional.

Tris Fray Potter
Tris Fray Potter answered Anonymous' question

Surefire ways to get his attention:

Start table dancing in the middle of class


Scream during a test

Walk up to him and pull up your shirt, or pants.  Either one will work, but it's more cliche to pull up your shirt

Moon through school

Make a lovely speech about him through the school's loudspeaker

Make an entrance into class (smoke … Read more

Linilla Schmidt
Linilla Schmidt answered

Ah, if you lived back then who wasn't moved by  the protest songs of the late folk music era in the '60s.  I had  2 older brothers  who went off to Viet Nam then -    and frustrated by this, myself, torn between two  ideologies  as an aspiring amateur folksinger, what could I do but … Read more

The Z.
The Z. answered Jann Nicka's question

While there may be others for whom the following applies, and those who have made similar points already, I only speak for myself here:

I make a point of seeking out the serious questions, the larger philosophical questions. I, for one, welcome them and wish there were more of them. I defy anyone to show where … Read more

Rooster Cogburn
Rooster Cogburn answered Jann Nicka's question

I do not answer religious or political questions at all. But if a serious question is asked, most all of the time I will answer it to the best of my knowledge and as serious as I can. Nonsense questions generally get nonsense or comic answers When you delve into religion and politics ? Any … Read more