What's something you've always wanted to learn?
How to be a gymnast. And be flexible like Sofie Dossi. Sofie Dossi inspires me.
look you stupid app this is soppoue to give me answer not let me add answer omgggg
The cure to cancer, sadness, sickness, and why the world has to suffer
How to integrate Fallout PitBoy into the real world and allow for a massive user upgrade in functionality.
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oh also, speak perfectly finE french >D
I’ve always wanted to learn biological engineering! :3
If you don’t know what that is, it’s basically where you inject different types of animal’s DNA into a fake cell, and then pick an animal to have that baby. This is kinda like cross breeding, except it is not as bad for the animals and there are way more possibilities. Biological engineering has made many animals we know today.. an example would be an axolotl!
Japanese, but I’m learning it now! Some of the words in Japanese are hard to pronounce but I’m getting there!
How to close the zip on me trousers without getting me fore skin jammed up into the thing .....
How to get a service dog for myself. I'm 16 and I'm losing my hearing rapidly enough that I qualify for a service dog now. I need help finding a very affordable program for me to go through to get myself a hearing dog before I graduate High School next year at the age of 17. CLASS OF 2021 Baby!
I've always wanted to learn a few languages. So I can travel the world and speak to people using the language they speak, instead of finding someone who speaks their language and English, or using a translator.
I always wanted to fly a plane.
Although, I don't want to be a Pilot and I even don't know from where I get this thought. But, I really want to fly a plane once in my life.
If I actually know anything that I think I've learned, or is it just pre-programmed?