What question do you hate (or if that's too strong a word then "dislike") that people ask you?

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Jaimie  JT Profile
Jaimie JT answered

I like that word hate ... It's fine to use sometimes . I Hate when people ask me if I'm reemebering to eat ... I hate that question. I've lost about 20 pounds in this past couple months that I should not have and I'm trying to get it back ... But NO ... I don't forget to eat ... I hate dealing with fools,

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Nina Varganov
Nina Varganov commented
I forget to eat but that's because I forget everything all the time. But it's not people's business if you aren't remembering to eat.
Jaimie  JT
Jaimie JT commented
Lol yeah :) I was just about to follow you cos I like you but I saw I already am :) so I must have liked you before then ;p
Jann Nikka
Jann Nikka commented
Coz 👧
Jann Nikka Profile
Jann Nikka answered

I'm not sure how to word this but I really hate it, burns me up 🔥🔥 when people start questioning me as to why I asked a question. 

Answer the freaking question.

Or not.

If you need to criticize the question move the blankety blank blank blank on😡.

Yin And Yang Profile
Yin And Yang answered

I HATE the question "Are your kids all by the same man?" Just because I have the age gaps of 19, 12, 9, and 2 they automatically assume they have different fathers!

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Barb Cala
Barb Cala commented
Wow .. that's pretty rude.
Yin And Yang
Yin And Yang commented
Yes, it don't bother me as much anymore cuz I don't get asked that much..... now it is "Is he your grandson?" if I am out in public with my oldest and youngest! PFFFT!
Barb Cala
Barb Cala commented
People just don't think sometimes ...
Corey The Goofyhawk Profile
Corey The Goofyhawk , Epic has no limit, answered

"Wow, you're 6'5? Do you play football?"

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Jann Nikka
Jann Nikka commented
Yep. I'm watching this program about my giant life and they're featuring women over 6 feet tall and so far they featured four and the tallest one is 6'9". next week they're going to the four more?
6'5 to 6'9. All men they like are between 5'8 to 6'.
HappyTo BeHereTo
HappyTo BeHereTo commented
Bad/Sarcastic Happy says...
"Cool! Can I ask you if you play basketball?"

..............

The real Happy hides in shame...
... well actually, she's giggling. 🏀
Corey The Goofyhawk
Happy, that's always the second question they ask me, lol!
Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

At my age, if I haven't seen somebody for a while -- especially a female friend -- they almost invariably ask, "How many grandchildren do you have?"

They seem to think it's a competition, much like how many "friends" do you have on Facebook.

I'd like to think that there's more to my life than the number of Didglings infesting the planet.


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Didge Doo
Didge Doo commented
Are you sure I'm not a mirage, Tom?
Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
Sorry, Didge, I'm not going to let you let that complement roll off your back---it's needs to sink in.

Specifically, your "density of being" as demonstrated on here is too significant for it to be a mirage.

Live, with, Friend
Didge Doo
Didge Doo commented
Then thank you, Tom. You'd possibly be surprised at how insubstantial I am in the real world. :(
Stormy-Lynn Calvert Profile

It's not so much a question that I hate, its more about how people act when they have a question. I know my condition is not commonly seen so if you have a question, don't stare at me and look away when I meet your stare and when you ask, just ask. Don't soften or PCify your question. I'm not five, a direct question won't offend me. Did that sound like a rant? It wasn't suppose to sound like a rant.

Barb Cala Profile
Barb Cala answered

I don't like people asking me why we only had one child.  That's just what worked for us.  They think only children are spoiled brats.  Our son wasn't the least bit spoiled.  He didn't get a car until he earned it himself.  He went through college with a bit our of help .. But mostly scholarships paid his way.  He graduated from a great university ... Also being in Navy ROTC and went on to become a US Naval officer.  He got his Masters Degree after that and now owns his own consulting firm.  People can spoil 10 kids if they want to ....  :)

Lia Tan Profile
Lia Tan answered

Well technically I don't hate questions like these but it does get annoying if it's one of the first questions they ask me when people first meet me. Questions like "where are you from-from/really from?", "do you only hang out with (or date, depending on the context) other Asians?", "what kind of Asian are you?", or "why do you all Asians look the same?" are very demeaning, especially when I've only just met the person.

I know some people, especially Asian-Americans, who would be offended by questions like these and would never answer them in any kind of situation. I wouldn't mind answering some of these questions after I get to know someone because I do realize that sometimes people are curious. However I find it off putting if those are the first things people want to know about me because it just seems like they only want to know me because I am Asian.

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Nina Varganov
Nina Varganov commented
I am so sorry, it's so inconsiderate when people do that!
KB Baldwin
KB Baldwin commented
"do you only hang out with (or date, depending on the context) other Asians?", "what kind of Asian are you?", or "why do you all Asians look the same" Dear God - do you really get questions like that. I just can't imagine anyone being rude enough to ask them. `
ly fen chen Profile
ly fen chen answered

I don't like people ask me in impolite or rude way, but if they ask me what I dislike, I don't mind, so the main is to be polite with me, that's all.

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