That's not chivalry... That's speaking in older English. It's the same thing as asking, "May I date you?", which people do all the time.
*Sometimes, you get horny, amirite?
I'd say the opposite. Trick or treating is for younger kids anyways, so they ought to get the better candy. Don't ruin the magic for them.
I dunno about you, but Tarzan just taught me that if you run around in a loincloth, you'll get chicks.
Your mind doesn't make up faces the way that you don't make up ideas. The first person to envision a winged horse hadn't seen one, but they took elements from things they DID see to create something new, just the way your mind does with faces. You can envision a face that doesn't exist or you haven't seen, but it's comprised of the features made from other faces. If what you're saying is true, when you read Harry Potter you would only be able to imagine a real person you've met before.
I think it was supposed to be punny...
If Mariah Carey's FAT, I'm morbidly obese.
Even intentional ones bother me. :( :( :(
Like it's not men's responsibility either?
When has a guy EVER complained about that to you? >_<
Because it's supposedly on the literal opposite side of the world.
Okay. Problem one is the fact that animal trials rarely if ever mirror human trials. Problem two is that there are faster, more accurate, AND cheaper alternatives to animal testing, such as in-vitro, but law requires all pharmaceutical companies to test on animals.
That's true in the way that you can't PROVE that 2+2=4 without assuming that our numerical system is right and true, or you can't PROVE that it's raining, even if you can see it and feel it. Hypothetically, it could NOT be raining, and the world is just having one massive schizophrenic attack all at once, or just you are--and you'd never know. But for all intensive purposes, the rain is there, and you can make good decisions (such as taking out an umbrella) based on your assumption that it is, indeed, raining.
A lot of adults still do...