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What are some things that can not be shared?

Asked by Dutchess_III (43575points) April 2nd, 2015

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Pachy's avatar

Physical pain.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Good answer! Mental pain, too.

talljasperman's avatar

World of warfare gold.

Safie's avatar

Your Dreams are your own though maybe you can talk about them (Is that still sharing in a sense maybe) but no one else can share them they belong to you…. Oh we can’t/shouldn’t share our toothbrushes.

ragingloli's avatar

The Planet. It is all mine.

dxs's avatar

The space you take up?

Dutchess_III's avatar

Hm…well, it’s a hell of a reaction when they try!

Espiritus_Corvus's avatar

I don’t think we can entirely share our minds. And maybe that’s a good thing. If it was otherwise, infatuations would surely never develop into full-blown relationships and it would just be all “been there, done that.” It’s nice that we can surprise each other, discover a small, glistening facet never before noticed even after decades of living together.

janbb's avatar

Toilet paper

Pachy's avatar

Dreams. Yes, we can tell someone else what we remember about the dream story, but no way can we share the precise feelings the dream evoked.

Brian1946's avatar

That which you don’t have and the knowledge that’s unknown to you.

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ibstubro's avatar

Your death.

ibstubro's avatar

A glass eye?

janbb's avatar

A chewed piece of gum.

Dutchess_III's avatar

ABC gum! Ew! But it can be shared. So can a glass eye if someone has only a hole in their socket.

ibstubro's avatar

I think glass eyes need to be custom fitted?

dxs's avatar

@ibstubro Perhaps one can find it a lucky charm and carry it around in their pocket instead.

ibstubro's avatar

An itch.
A twitch.
The feel of a switch.

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