This should be number one.
Only time will tell and this is my first time.
it's not an item... item is a physical obejct..
I think some people use free will of others as a tool. A tool is an item.
An item is anything that can be listed discretely. It needn't be a physical object. For example, a prosecutor might use the expression, "item one of a ten count indictment".
FREE WILL is NOT an ITEM!
Doesn't really exist.
as an Indictment it IS still a "touchable / viewable" ITEM.... ie: the words on the paper.
Please go try to TOUCH free will and let me know how it goes!
A couple is called an item but if you touch them they might call the police. Then you'll be worried about that prosecutor. I suggest you don't touch them just out of freewill.
cue thousands arguing if we have it
You seem capable of googling definitions of words, maybe you should check humor
It's a little ridiculous to argue the symentics, don't you think?
Item is synonymous with thing and not all things are tangible. Therefore, free will can be referred to as an item. For example, you can't touch air or free will, but without those items you wouldn't be able to breathe or make decisions.
That's not an item though.
I don't understand, if it's not an item why would you wish to force emphasis on it, I'am thinking the only reason people are trying to force the word free will as an item is because it is true in the means of being used improperly and should be emphasized. But you all who have agreed with this man are not speaking the proper truth and should not continue to do so.
People shouldn't try to change the original meaning of the word even if the word itself as multiple meanings. If I asked the same question I would be expecting the proper response for the question asked, I wouldn't want people to wonder what I was asking and constantly change the context to give me a different answer then what was supposedly the subject of the matter.
It doesn't matter how many definitions there are, only the question matters when given.
Cucumbers there for eating not sex toys
When's the last time you did that?
Can always eat them afterwards.
Of all the misused things why would you choose to bring up cukes? Oh
now I see you're just reminding it's ok to misuse things.... Especially if it causes screams of delight. By the way I never noticed the 3 letter naughty word embedded in cucumber intill now. Salads will never be the same this day forward.
dammit you stole my answer lol
I love how this is one of the top answers. This is perfect.
Everyday, thousands of vegetables are sexually abused.
The English Language!!
Yes! I agree with you. A lot.
A person's heart.
I know, people's organs are so misused. We need to make the kidney a horse!
Duuuude, you look like my Astronomy Lab Prof. ;Q___
Words. Instead of building each other up with them, words are so often used to tear another person down.
cup of noodles. I used to always microwave them but I just recently saw that it says not to microwave. My whole life is a lie
*gasp* you're not supposed to microwave them??
apparently you're supposed to boil water separately and then pour the water in the noodles :o
I SEE EVERYTHING NOW!!
Yeah I learned that a bit ago. I was pissed! Microwaving them is so much more convenient, but OOOH you can get canceeer from the styrofoam if you microwave! Whatever man. Everything causes cancer these days.
LOL, I'm in the same boat!
Lol, do you not read the directions XD I always get the package kind, so I have to boil 'em. I'm sorry for your loss.
They're very unhealthy anyways. It's got almost no nutritional value.
Raw sewage. It should be refined into fertilizer instead of McDonalds food.
Was in line at Macs one day. the man in front of me asked for something without meat. I TOLD HIM GET A HAMBURGER
I love it!!!!
So many hearts. Thank you.
Oops, I should have check all the answers before I wrote mine. Oh, well - great minds think alike :D
Yeah, we should give them to the deer and make a holiday called "Human Season" and kill each other! Isn't life grand?
LOL, I am laughing so hard!
In actuality I am a deer hunter. Being raised in Wisconsin, where citizenship requires you to kill a deer with either gun, bow, or car, I've managed to complete the trifecta. Problem is, though I known many a man, and at least two women, who bought guns for self-defense, they always ended up killing an unintended victim. Either by shooting themselves, or leaving the weapon where I child can access it, to do the same.
When speaking on the issue of Guns in America, seldom is suicide by gun disguised. The rate of suicide by firearm is horrific.
By the way, their have been two documented instances of deer shooting and killing hunters with guns.
One was a poacher, who after shooting a buck threw it and his loaded gun in his trunk. Trouble was the deer was merely stunned. When it regained consciousness, it kicked wildly about firing the high-powered rifle, killing the hunter.
The other, was a hunter who shot a large buck, leaning his loaded gun against while he prepared to dress it out. 'The stunned deer came to life.
"You know how it goes from there.'
Well put! That is an often overlooked part of the "Guns in America" debate. Thank you for bringing that up! I recently wrote an essay on the debating the pros and cons of gun ownership, and the suicide rate by firearm was one of the factors considered in my paper.
Words. Just look what we are leaving behind.
Computer. Kids these days are very fond in using the computer in which they use for surfing pornographic materials and bullying others.
Ab-Lounge, useful as a clothes rack.
The TV, it over used!
It's... supposed to do that.
I can agree with that. The world now is just basic ******* with iPhones sticking out of their back pockets, being annoying as **** while playing Flappy Bird and taking selfies, slurping a Starbucks frappuccino while texting guys they think are not "good enough for them" though they have their ugly faces behind smeared Walmart make-up. Boom.
Hey add me to your circle so we can talk about that?
The mouth. We should all think more before we attack somebody with our words
Oh I thought of the same thing!
That is a very good point.