We're culturally programmed to think that marriage = true love and happiness forever after.
Don't know. You'd think that the light from the sun would overpower everything else..
I don't hate it, but it doesn't stand out enough for me to want to watch it. Also it bothers me when actors chew gum in films, it's so cliche or something. I did briefly think about watching it since I've read Lee Iacocca's autobiography.
I'm only cheeky when I talk to one specific person, and with that person I'm often pretty cheeky. He's a SOB and being cheeky is my way of stepping on eggshells while talking to him.
If I can I probably will. But it depends on some things, like how this whole the-human-race-is-quickly-destroying-the-planet thing pans out.
I haven't had any in many years, but I have no problem eating them. Just put them in butter, chew on them a little for no reason, then swallow them I guess. I don't even remember.
Only if they're really cute.
(Disclaimer: I've never dated someone with bipolar disorder. Though I did see a girl a few times who I knew had it and she was so pretty I so would've dated her. hehe.)
Seems like a tough choice at first, but upon further thought the obvious answer is Lady Gaga. She's closer to my age, so more likely to be interested in me. And Miley Cyrus has a boyfriend or husband or whatever. Not sure if Lady Gaga does.
I don't know who those people are, so no.
I forget what it's called but that kind where you cook it with mayonnaise and Parmesan on top. Chicken Parmesan is good too (with the spaghetti sauce and Parmesan on top) and so is chicken tikka masala or chicken tandoori.
Animals being run over by cars.
Once in a while I eat a bag of bacon jerky.
I don't know, maybe. Maybe it depends on how you look at it. ;)
I can do it, but I've never watched myself doing it from a third-person perspective so I don't know how good I am.