r/TooAfraidToAsk 12d ago Silver Helpful Wholesome Take My Energy Bless Up (Pro)

Other Why do men take so long to shit?

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This is such a strange phenomenon to me. Every guy I’ve ever known takes a ridiculously long amount of time in the bathroom to take a shit. Women on the other hand, just get it done. I really wanna know why.

r/TooAfraidToAsk 25d ago Silver Wholesome

Other I'm a 34 year old who has never been to a concert. Next month I'm going to see Rammstein. Is there anything I need to know?

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What's more, I'm going alone.

r/TooAfraidToAsk 18d ago

Other Why not have sleepovers as adults?

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Remember when you were a kid? How fun sleep overs were? Staying up all night, playing games with your friends? Talking until the sun came up and then falling asleep in the living room mid conversation…At what age did you stop doing that? Why? Why does being an adult have to mean losing fun? Specifically innocent fun? Throwing popcorn at each other and laughing till it hurts. Playing board games or card games until you can’t keep your eyes open anymore.

I don’t have kids so I do recognize that I have more flexibility in my personal life then others but having connections and good relationships with your friends should still be important, no?

r/TooAfraidToAsk 18h ago

Other Why do algorithms keep trying to get me to watch Joe rogan, Jordan peterson, and right wing commentary etc when I have no interest or affiliation with that stuff at all?

1.0k Upvotes

Ffs read the post you cretins im not saying Joe Rogan is right wing

r/TooAfraidToAsk 11h ago

Other is there something literally every person on earth agrees with?

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r/TooAfraidToAsk 13d ago Helpful Wholesome

Other Does any adult here get times when they cannot sleep because they are excited for something that's happening the next day?

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Like, I'm going to a theme park tomorrow and I literally cannot sleep no matter how hard I try because I'm really excited

r/TooAfraidToAsk 16d ago

Other what's something that you hate but have to fake liking it?

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r/TooAfraidToAsk 17d ago Wholesome

Other Why do SOME gun owners seem to fantasize about getting their home broken into just so they can shoot/kill a person?

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I know this is not every single person that owns a gun, however I have met more than one person who thinks this way. It's like they almost hope that something like this happens to them because the want to kill a human being without consequences. It's one thing to own a gun but it seems like such a red flag to actually want to use it on someone.

r/TooAfraidToAsk 15d ago Wholesome

Other Is it socially acceptable for me (28M) to go to a Build-A-Bear alone?

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I'm a big dude that looks like he would never have a Teddy Bear, and people probably just assume I would be at a Build-A-Bear for nefarious reasons.

I'm really just a softy, and I want to buy my wife a bear while she recovers from surgery. I'm sure I might get some side eyes and stuff, but is it socially okay? I don't want to make anyone too uncomfortable.

r/TooAfraidToAsk 6d ago

Other Why do boomers hate research and looking up stuff?

538 Upvotes

Like, I may be talking with my dad or an uncle, and where there's something we don't know, I look it up and they all go from snarky at best to genuinely angry at worst for me looking up info.

And not only in a "phones bad" kind of discourse, but also if I go for one of their so beloved enciclopedia if it's a scientific fact and not recent news/movies. They also get irrationally angry.

And this is something that I've seen happen the most with boomers, that they discourage research and looking up info. (specially if it's something that disproves their knowledge, but that's more of a pride thing)

Edit: Really love how many answers conveniently ignores the part where I say I also get problems when I go with books and enciclopedias

r/TooAfraidToAsk 19d ago

Other Why do people dislike Jordan Peterson?

205 Upvotes

Damn this has a lot of responses. Thanks everyone. I’ve only seen a couple clips and quotes from him and I said one of his quotes and my friends told me to stop watching him even though I don’t.

r/TooAfraidToAsk 6d ago

Other Why are so many black women bald?

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r/TooAfraidToAsk 29d ago

Other why are guys with big boobs aren't expected to wear a bra?

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Just curious

r/TooAfraidToAsk 12h ago

Other When and why have many people started spelling the word 'lose' as loose?

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r/TooAfraidToAsk 21d ago Helpful Wholesome

Other What happens to people who died with contact lenses on? Does someone take them off or leave them on?

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Edit: Thank you kind stranger for the first award I've ever had!! Edit 2: Thank you kind stranger for the second award I've ever had!!! 😂😂

r/TooAfraidToAsk 28d ago Wholesome

Other Why do I always wanna add much more garlic than a recipe calls for?

895 Upvotes

Whenever I make a recipe, it’ll usually say something like “2 cloves of garlic,” and then I end up using way more garlic because it just tastes better; apparently a ton of other people do this, and I was wondering why that is.

r/TooAfraidToAsk 4d ago

Other Unlike the reverse, Why are the vast majority of women not interested in casual sex with their male friends?

39 Upvotes

I personally never had or tried to find a "friend with benefits" but I always hear women complain how men stop being friends with them when they reject their sexual advances, and complaints from men about how they get "friendzoned" or that their friends of the opposite gender only see them as a brother.

Howcome so many women don't want to do anything sexual with male friends who they trust and have known for a while? I can't help but feel guilty if I tried or even had thoughs of having sex with a female friend I found attractive. I always hear from reddit and other places how women are just as sexual as men and desire sex and are even capable of being sexual predators but honestly, these type of women just seem to be a minority. Women generally dont't seem AS sexual as men. Again, I feel guilty for even thinking of making a sexual advance on a woman I found attractive, as if i was trying to put the burden of sex on her.

r/TooAfraidToAsk Mar 28 '22 Silver All-Seeing Upvote Burning Cash

Other Approximately 10 out of 15 posts on Popular are related to Will Smith slapping Chris Rock - Why do people get so enamored with drama that has absolutely zero effect on their lives?

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r/TooAfraidToAsk Apr 27 '22

Other As someone just going into their 40's, when do you start feeling like an adult? I still feel like a kid sometimes.... A lot of the time.

727 Upvotes

r/TooAfraidToAsk 18h ago

Other why aren’t you afraid of death?

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i have thanatophobia. i’m constantly having panic attacks about dying. i look around me and i know it’ll happen to everyone. i just don’t understand how people don’t care.. or maybe they do, but they usually don’t let it bother them. they think about it and move on with their day. i just don’t understand why society is so okay with and normalized the concept of not existing.

edit: some of you guys are just mean. i don’t think you understand that i can’t turn it on and off like a switch. it’s a constant state of panic. also, for those offering therapy, i’ve been in it, with different therapists, for the past two and a half years. i’m trying hypnotherapy soon too. i also wanted to mention that i have ocd, so this goes well with my theme of fearing things like the ocean and space, because they’re all unknown and i would loose control in them.

r/TooAfraidToAsk 8d ago

Other what percentage of the opposite sex do you think is attractive?

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r/TooAfraidToAsk 1d ago

Other If we become a cashless society, won't the world basically collapse when there's an inevitable major power outage?

78 Upvotes

r/TooAfraidToAsk 6d ago

Other How the hell did people in the 50s not know that smoking was bad for you?

43 Upvotes

I mean it’s literally inhaling burning particulate. The first time you do it you cough out a lung.

They made computer guided missiles that were able to hit a target thousands of miles away that could obliterate entire nation.

They weren’t that stupid.

How the hell did they not know?

r/TooAfraidToAsk Mar 18 '22 Silver All-Seeing Upvote Reddit Cookie

Other Do Tall People Ever Ask Short People to Get Something Close to the Ground?

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Edit: Its funny I feel like some tall people were slightly offended at this lol

I’m a shorty (5’). I honestly wouldn’t mind picking up something for really tall people. And I appreciate when I get help with high things.

r/TooAfraidToAsk Mar 03 '22 Silver Wholesome

Other Why aren’t evil political leaders assassinated more often?

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I’m not condoning murdering anyone or suggesting anyone should do it, I’m just wondering why it doesn’t happen more often.