Science-fiction is too technologistic, but fantasy is too fanciful. At least as I imagine it. I have read a couple of fantasy (I think?) books, and I actually liked them, so maybe fantasy is okay. I used to like sci-fi in my childhood.
Or 42 if you count our kitten Fido.
A little trepidatious, not too much.
Literally too heavy for me to carry, that's why I can't feel anything.
I'd be happy that there's finally a One World Government.
I'm not sure, maybe getting a passport on short notice (I don't remember whether it was my mom getting hers or me getting mine or both), I don't remember how long the wait was, but it seemed like hours and hours. And they wouldn't let us sit down.
I don't know. I don't remember ever eating meat around people I knew were vegans. But I should be judged for it.
I'm okay, can't complain
Maybe. You could argue that touch is more reliable, because you can hallucinate seeing something, while I think it would be harder to hallucinate your hand being blocked in certain places and directions according to the shape of an object..
No, but sometimes I don't really feel like reading everyone's answers to questions, I just want to answer questions, but I read people's answers anyway because it wouldn't be fair for me to expect others to read my answers and not read theirs.
I'm not sure, I don't bother counting calories or finding out how many calories things have. I think biscuits & gravy has an obscene amount of calories? I've had that..