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Apparently it's very rude
it's like asking them what their opinion is about something
i'm stroking it.
Have you got his permission?
this question was met with a terse 'mind your own business'...never understood that.
or are Nick Clegg's wife.
So how big is your willy?
Richard Deboo, Animals Count
Double anal fisting
a gameshow hosted by Paul Daniels?
I like that (not a lot).
Do you share my fear that all one's well-worn cultural reference points will become increasingly obsolete? Will it ever be time to invest in brand new, zeitgeisty references so as to not appear like an old fart?
Or should one endeavour to maintain a cultural treasure trove of crap references to Desmonds et al so as to avoid it being a bit like when the BBC deleted all those old editions of TOTP because they couldn't be bothered keeping them but then were all like oops shouldn't have done that oh well.
You should have asked 'Have you ever, ever felt like this:' then gone into your question, for an extra frisson of obsolete cultural referencanity.
Justin 'You've not heard of me, but I'm big on Twitter' Bieber
whereas asking someone about their political opinion (asking who they vote for might be a bit direct and since it doesn't ask for reasons not suitable) is perfectly acceptable because it gives the one being asked the opportunity to explain their reasons/values before the one asking judges them (if you're gonna be a prick about it anyway, don't ask) whereas asking about their salary kind of attempts at judging their "worth" in a way which is insensitive and stupid.
and his FIANCE commented on it saying 'no i know who you vote for!'
i mean, wtf? that's just weird.
Did you typo 'now' as 'no' or is she saying he was lying?
If you don't want to tell anyone who you vote for, then that's your prerogative
then they shouldn't vote at all. These days, whoever you vote for is going to be embarrassing, so you should just feel pleased/comfortable with your vote and get over it.
or a communist?
i asked someone at my last job and she said "thats a bit personal" she's my age as well, i expect it more in older people cos my step-dasd used to be cagey about it. i suspect cos my mums quite vocally labour and he prolly liked the tories or something.
but yeah i dont see how its 'personal' as its about who's running the entire country, not your own personal little country