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Hardly tbh.

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Oh thanks for that answer

Apples- all kinds really

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Green beans

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Broccoli

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Sydney maybe Melbourne too.

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I can't really think of something right now

Is it easy for you to get up immediately in the morning or do you always need at least half an hour to get up?
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It used to take me quite a few minutes to get up, but I gave that up because if I stay in bed too long I'll end up even more sleepy than if I force myself to do it right away.

Do you eat breakfast?

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Yes. Couple of rounds of toast, a crumpet or a potato cake. Not all at once I hasten to add.

What do you consider to be your worst trait?
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Hmmm. It is difficult to say, not because I don't have any, I most certainly have quite a few, but these bad traits are bad in so far as other people consider them to be bad.

For me, personally, I may say that I have little patience for small talk, and I do not like to go out too much with most people, because I just get tired of it and want to be left to my own devices.

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I'm pretty pragmatic most of the time, but I do have a tendency to sometimes overanalyze a situation to the point where I do more worrying than I should.

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A Being-In-The-World

(This is a Heidegerrian term, but I think it suits me)

What is the biggest error in thought?

(I'll leave these question in the broadest possible sense)

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To think that all future probabilities are altered in some way, or at all, by past events. They may have some influence I do not deny, but that is not the same as being an outright predictor.

Nature or nurture?
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Both affect this no doubt about it, but I'd say nature has a significantly bigger impact, I'd dare to say about 60-70% of what makes a person, but it may have some degree of variation depending on the person.

Do you believe in some kind of spirituality?

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Not really.

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I'm superstitious and I suppose kind of spiritual? I'm not sure.

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