What's the best meal of the day: breakfast, lunch, or dinner?
Well, breakfast's claim to the title would probably be that it's objectively the most important meal of the day. I don't really enjoy breakfast though, because I'm usually tired and just had to peel myself out of a comfortable bed.
I'd give it to lunch. It's both a meal and a universal built-in half-hour or so break from work.
I would also give it to dinner because, as Nightwatch mentioned, it is at the end of the day when the schedule is usually less demanding. It is nice to be able to be relaxed when you eat knowing that you do not have anything pressing that you have to jump into right after, and that most of the daily business is already taken care of.
Well, breakfast type foods at dinnertime is completely awesome
Dinner for sure.
Supper was not one of the choices allowed. I think this post is discriminatory towards supper.
I like that dinner can be virtually any mid-high effort hot food, it's wonderfully freeing.
What are your immediate thoughts when you hear a guy refer to himself as an "Alpha Male"?
That individual is obviously an idiot who likes to think of himself as being something he is not.
Either he’s been on Reddit for a little too long, or he consumed toxic amounts of Omegaverse fanfiction and needs to be quarantined.
Someone who's not an alpha male.
I have not once seen or heard of anyone, either in real life or on the internet, unironically refer to themselves as an "alpha male".
What automatically makes a pizza better?
If Celicni isn't near it.
And garlic butter.
I second that
Having sex while eating it
Excuse me, you've spilled your ennui on my slice.
Oh, if only I could summon enough intention to be able to muster such a thing as thanks. When one has marched so far and for so many years on the dusty road of death, each slogging step costs is so dear a price. Alas, but that I must bear this weight through each greying day!
Someone you'd like to share it with.
What grammar mistake irritates you the most?
Whichever one is getting in the way of clearly understanding what is trying to be communicated this time.
Could of/should of
These make me reeee irl. Especially that last one, cause it means they literally don't even think about the meaning of what they're trying to say.
Mistakes in grammar in a post containing corrections to my own grammar. Resisting the urge to "@" someone here
You did not place a period in the ending sentence of your post.
Not a grammar mistake, but I hate it when professional emails have multiple grammar errors. It's not a good look and makes the company seem uneducated.
How long do you sleep on a weekday?
~six to seven and a half hours during the night.
Then I have an afternoon nap for ~an hour and a half.
Between 6 and 7 hours.
Six hours on a normal day. Eight if I don't have homework.
Can't believe Sherb has been IAP this whole time.
I usually get between 6 and 7 hours of sleep. It also depends on how much homework I have, like Tcat said.
0 to 4 hours typically
But the clowns will eat her.
Clowns are pretty scary
I didn't post to have the internet chastise me on my unhealthy habits, I was answering the question
Also, same to you lol. Unless you live somewhere where it's an acceptable time to be awake rn
Well If I planned it I end up sleeping maybe 5 hours before I wake up and lay there half-asleep until my alarm goes off. If I didn't plan to end up sleeping, I end up passing out for like 8-9 hours. My sleep schedule was not helped by cyber schooling at all.
I try to aim for 8 hours, although it's usually around 6-7. I'm not sure how some of you can survive on so little sleep tbh, I'm kind of jealous because I worked on an assignment from yesterday morning until today (without sleeping) and I needed 2 coffees to stay somewhat awake the whole time.
(Also if anything I say doesn't make sense, just chalk it up to the lack of sleep)
Go to bed at 3 am, wake up around noon.
Shoot for 9, end up with 5.
What's the most useless subject in school?
Art of any kind and PE in the way it's usually done.
Now if PE was actual gym class with bench press and pullups... Now we're talking.
Art. I understand that young kids should be given a creative outlet and whatever, but once people reach middle school it should be optional. Also, WHOSE IDEA WAS IT TO GRADE ART?! isn't the whole idea of art personal expression? My school gave kids actual grades on it. What a complete waste of time.
As much as I'd love to refute everyone about art being the worst subject, it is a waste of time. Unless they plan on it being a career or potential hobby, it shouldn't be mandatory to take an art class. The poor obnoxious sports kids stuck in that class just make it harder for the teacher to teach and those of us who actually want to learn anything to learn. Plus, art is something that is mostly self-taught; very little about art can be taught in a classroom. I've learned about maybe 5% of my skills from all the art classes I've taken throughout the years.
PE, I sucked at it, got a ball thrown at my face more than I could count and was dead last when we were running track. Doing PE made me rather hate every sport than it that it encouraged me to exercise more.
I actually liked art class, it's very relaxing to do this after having gone through three hours of non stop stem subjects.
For some reason, your answer does not surprise me in the slightest.
People say Art is useless, but if I didn't have an excuse to space out and make shitposts for an hour in the middle of every day, I'd probably have gone insane. Sports PE also kinda sucks unless you're into sports. The version I signed up for that had all the actual good and fun things (climbing walls, swimming, kayaking, riding bikes) was based, though.
The thing I hated and never really used outside of school was algebra. I mean, learning about how to write an algebraic equation was valuable, but outside of using that to ask Wolfram to do all the bitchwork, I've really never done algebra in my real life. Arguably since most of the algebra was for shitposts and random autistic curiousities anyway, I also don't think it counts as math that's genuinely helped me.