• Do I have synesthesia?

    All my life, I have associated letters, numbers, and even months with colours. For example, '6' is brown with a maroon hue and even has personality traits. It's an overweight person with a raspy voice. I have always organised the alphabet in my mind with colours. Letters before 'O' have typically 'cooler' colours... show more
    All my life, I have associated letters, numbers, and even months with colours. For example, '6' is brown with a maroon hue and even has personality traits. It's an overweight person with a raspy voice. I have always organised the alphabet in my mind with colours. Letters before 'O' have typically 'cooler' colours including blue, green, purple and maroon.it follows a pattern as well. The letter 'O' is white, and the letters after that go into warmer colours like red, orange, brown and yellow. Each letter also has it's own colour With months, November is pine green and September is a very stark red. Each month has a unique colour Also, I have associated some certain types of pain with a certain colour, but this is not as strong as the other
    1 answer · Psychology · 6 months ago
  • What's the penalty for keying a car in California?

    My younger brother, who's 20 years old, so he's an adult, was caught keying a Cadillac. I don't know why he did it. He didn't even know the person... It was a new one, so a pretty expensive car. I'm certain the damage is over $400 because paint jobs are pricey. He has no prior convictions as far as I know. Will he be charged with... show more
    My younger brother, who's 20 years old, so he's an adult, was caught keying a Cadillac. I don't know why he did it. He didn't even know the person... It was a new one, so a pretty expensive car. I'm certain the damage is over $400 because paint jobs are pricey. He has no prior convictions as far as I know. Will he be charged with a felony? I want to know how much money I can expect to set aside to help him with legal and court fees.
    7 answers · Law & Ethics · 6 months ago
  • Is it okay to give my child benadryl to sleep?

    My child is hyper at night so we got into the routine of giving him benadryl at 7:30pm so he'll be asleep by 8:30 and have 10 hours of sleep before having to get up for school in the morning. He's 7 years old. Is that okay to do?
    My child is hyper at night so we got into the routine of giving him benadryl at 7:30pm so he'll be asleep by 8:30 and have 10 hours of sleep before having to get up for school in the morning. He's 7 years old. Is that okay to do?
    6 answers · Other - General Health Care · 6 months ago