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Are there questions you'd rather not be asked?

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written by Gods Child on 2007-Oct-28.

There are some questions I think are inappropriate to ask people (who are not your best of friends) unless they bring up the topic. Here are a few:


What do you do for a living? (Suppose the person is currently unemployed?)
How old are you? (Suppose they don't want you to discriminate against their age?)
How much do you get paid? (for obvious reasons)
How many persons have you "been" with? (for obvious reasons)
Are your parents still together? (suppose they were never together; suppose the person was adopted by a single person)
Are you close to your mother/father? (Someone actually asked me once and I didn't know her like that)
How many brothers and sisters do you have? (do I have to explain?)

what do you think? Are there questions you'd rather not be asked?

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  1. Sometimes the little things help people see things more clearly. I have a "ask and you may recieve policy". But I'm a pretty normal person, an open book, so I'm not really interesting.

    by owen 2007-Oct-28 

  2. Prefered to be asked than you assuming crap about me.... if i don't think you need to know, you won't.

    by bobby 2007-Oct-28 

  3. I'm with Bobby on this one.

    by Mad Bull 2007-Oct-28 

  4. Well, I wouldn't say you shouldn't ask them, but just tread carefully when you do.

    by Leon 2007-Oct-29 

  5. I dont have a problem answering any question, however i'll annoy you if you keep questioning me by asking questions of my own.

    by Tami 2007-Oct-30 

  6. ....can i question you [innocent]
    it is so cool to be annoyed

    by bobby 2007-Oct-30 


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