Discussion in 'Human Science' started by alexb123, Jun 17, 2007.
Please answer, then discuss why you chose your answer!
By the way the jumper is completely clean.
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What's a "jumper"?
No. And the answer needs no explanation.
How nice is the jumper?
like if i was told to wear it as a dare? or if i had no jumpers of my own and he let me borrow his? (or her we cant assume its a man, thats generalising and sexist)
if i needed the jumper and he was offering sure why not, i have worn one of my uncles jumpers before, and he has killed tens of people in previous wars and missions in the S.A.S
What a silly question!! Cloth is cloth, fabric is fabric, clothing is clothing. Why ask - do you suppose you're going to catch some sort of "serial killer genes" from it????????????
I personally would find it difficult which is strange because I don't believe in God. Therefore in theory I should base my thinking in reality and not have a problem as Read-only has said it is only cloth.
So what causes this dissonance?
Two things, really.
1. You're (presumably) a human being; not a robot.
2. Some other human being went round murdering other human beings in the exact same thing you're wearing.
"Ugh" x 1000.
Thanks, but no thanks. I'll stick with Burtons.
Incidentally, I wouldn't wear any second-hand clothing. People got battered at my school for that - and rightly so. Shouldn't be poor, should they.
why the hell not! its just a jumper,
i dont even wear jumpers and i'd be like... "ok..."
imagine every step you walk and every house your in or building, something has happened that could disturb you at some point in time... forget about it! schiznit happens
not if its wool - im allergic
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