ive been thinking about many things

Tycoondashkid's picture

firstly, i need a LGBTQ friend, some one i can really talk to y'know?, MB said that she has a Bi Friend when i came out to her and Gemma said at she knows least ten LGBT's and im the 5th to come out to her. maybe i should ask or not.

secondly, Isn't Scotland Technically independent? we have our own Parliament, and the English parliament, Monarchy and Prime Minister have no say in Scottish Government and affairs, we technically have a different currency and laws, seperate (and much better) NHS and Education system. so i can't settle on we are technically or not its confusing me

thirdly, who has the courage to wear a kilt with no pants or boxers on in public? its legal, traditional and cultural it just confuses me who does that, i mean if you wear anything under it, its just a skirt really.

fourthly, is Cancer inheritable?

fifthly, did anyone read this far?

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anarchist's picture

The first person I came out to

happens to know tons of LGBT people. She's one of them. We don't talk any more.

Tycoondashkid's picture

why did you stop talking?

just curious
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anarchist's picture

She's just different now.

She just started avoiding me and getting really annoyed by me.

Tycoondashkid's picture

is she just one of those Girls who

change everyday
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anarchist's picture

No.

She just doesn't like me at all any more.

Tycoondashkid's picture

how odd

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javier's picture

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I've always wanted to wear kilts cause they seem so comfortable! I also hate wearing pants.

Tycoondashkid's picture

they are comfortable very

and surprisingly warm too
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MacAvity's picture

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Fifthly: Yes.

Fourthly: Sort of. You can inherit a vulnerability to certain types of cancer, but that doesn't guarantee that you'll get it, only increases your risk.

Thirdly: Kilts are awesome. And very manly. And if I could wear one without weirding everybody out, I totally would. But I would wear something under it.

Tycoondashkid's picture

my mums side has a history

my mums side has a history of cancer thanks for the gift mum
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MacAvity's picture

What kind of cancer?

If it's breasts (the most heritable kind of cancer) or ovaries, you should be okay....

Tycoondashkid's picture

breast

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MaddieJoy's picture

Thank goodness my

Thank goodness my cancer-getting side of the family is adoptive!
Except there are tons of horrible ailments on my dad's side...:(

"It's a helluva start, knowing what makes you happy."
--Lucille Ball

Tycoondashkid's picture

my dad side has alot of bad ones too

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jeff's picture

Cancer...

Depends on the type, really. A lot of people say they "inherit" stuff, since they live the same lifestyle as their family. If you all smoke, you aren't inheriting lung cancer, for example. The top cancers have large environmental/dietary components (breast, cancer, colon, prostate) so if you eat the same diet as people who had it in your family, and it has a dietary component, who knows?

Similarly, heart disease can be genetic. But that tends to be age-based. If you're having a heart attack in your 30s/40s, likely genetic. After those ages, more likely to be diet.

Sixthly, you should try and catch my favorite rude comic, Doug Stanhope, on his first huge UK tour. Looks like he might be coming your way soon: http://www.dougstanhope.com/

Sample:

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"You can judge the whole world on the sparkle that you think it lacks" - Dawes, When My Time Comes (http://youtu.be/Z0FrcTX6hWI)