Answering two because I simulposted with hednic.
Originally Posted by dollars&scents
Most times, I sit at my dining table or on my couch, in my dimly illuminated home, listening to my music, and contemplate my eventful and inspiring day.
Do you feel a person's idiosyncrasies should be the subject of humor, and why you answered as you did?
Absolutely. As a person with many idiosyncrasies myself, including a physical disability, I find that making fun of the situation is by far the easiest way to cope with it. It has the wonderful effect of setting others at ease and making them feel like it's okay to talk about it or even be humorous about it themselves; and this allows us all to feel comfortable and focus on more important things.
There is of course a fine line that can be crossed in the delivery. For example, I am unable to read restaurant menus that are posted behind counters and sometimes I have to ask the cashier to read me a part of the menu. If he turns to his coworker and jokes about the illiterate guy, then it strikes me as cruel and unnecessary. If he looks me in the eye and says, "Good thing one of us learned to read," then it's just fine.
Originally Posted by hednic
Only if the person who bears those idiosyncrasies doesn't mind and if he has an open mind
If you were the Creator of the Universe, would you be proactive or transcendent?
Transcendent. I hate micro-managing.
Do you ever eat condiments directly out of their jars and if so which ones?