And anyone who thought different was a fool.
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  • Anubis:

    How do you feel about death?

  • Atum:

    What are your greatest imperfections?

  • Bastet:

    Do you have any cats?

  • Hathor:

    What brings you joy?

  • Horus:

    What is one thing you've had to fight for in your life?

  • Osiris:

    Do you believe in the underworld?

  • Ra:

    Do you have any major responsibilities or importance?

  • Thoth:

    Do you like to read/write?

  • Arawn:

    What is the most terrifying thing you've ever done?

  • Bran:

    How is your health?

  • Brighid:

    Tell us about your relationship with your father.

  • Cernunnos:

    What is your favorite animal?

  • Danu:

    What is your relationship with your mother?

  • Morrigan:

    What do you think happens when we die?

  • Olwen:

    What is your favorite flower?

  • Rhiannon:

    Have you ever been betrayed?

  • Bragi:

    What kind of music do you listen to?

  • Freya:

    Have you ever been in love?

  • Freyr:

    Do you have any children?

  • Hœnir:

    Are you a silent or talkative person?

  • Iounn:

    How old are you?

  • Loki:

    What is the best trick you've ever pulled on someone?

  • Odin:

    What is your family like?

  • Thor:

    Would you consider yourself pretty powerful?

  • Tree:

    What have you done with your life? What are you going to do with it?

  • Aphrodite:

    What do you think of yourself?

  • Ares:

    Are you an easy person to anger?

  • Athena:

    Would you consider yourself an artist?

  • Apollo:

    Do you play any instruments?

  • Dionysus:

    Do you drink?

  • Hades:

    Do you have a bad reputation?

  • Hekate:

    Have you ever tried to communicate with the dead?

  • Hermes:

    Have you ever stolen anything?

  • Poseidon:

    Are you a moody person?

  • Zeus:

    Are you a confident person?

  • Jupiter:

    Would people say that you are intimidating or fairly approachable?

  • Pluto:

    Where do you think we go when we die?

  • Apollo & Dianna:

    Do you prefer to be up during the day or at night?

  • Mars:

    Have you ever gotten into a fight?

  • Minerva:

    Do you generally give good advice?

  • Proserpine:

    Have you ever felt trapped?

  • Plutus:

    Do you have a job?

  • Venus:

    Have you ever had your heart broken?

  • Vesta:

    Do you like being home or do you try to get out whenever you can?

  • Morpheus:

    Do you daydream often? Of what?

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atane:

CNN mixed up Nigeria and Niger. Not surprising if you watch western news regularly. They use Nigerian and Nigerien like it’s interchangeable.
I’ll never forget when a reporter was on location and said “reporting from the capital, Niamey…” and the anchor in the studio started talking about what people in Lagos and the rest of Nigeria think of the latest developments in the capital, Niamey.
These are the people discussing Africa on the news.

atane:

CNN mixed up Nigeria and Niger. Not surprising if you watch western news regularly. They use Nigerian and Nigerien like it’s interchangeable.

I’ll never forget when a reporter was on location and said “reporting from the capital, Niamey…” and the anchor in the studio started talking about what people in Lagos and the rest of Nigeria think of the latest developments in the capital, Niamey.

These are the people discussing Africa on the news.

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why do black people use you in the wrong context? such is "you ugly" instead of "you're ugly" I know u guys can differentiate, it's a nuisance
Anonymous

rsbenedict:

prettyboyshyflizzy:

you a bitch

It’s called copula deletion, or zero copula. Many languages and dialects, including Ancient Greek and Russian, delete the copula (the verb to be) when the context is obvious.

So an utterance like “you a bitch” in AAVE is not an example of a misused you, but an example of a sentence that deletes the copular verb (are), which is a perfectly valid thing to do in that dialect, just as deleting an /r/ after a vowel is a perfectly valid thing to do in an upper-class British dialect.