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Votes by gender

Guys
1,857 votes
32.2%
67.8%
Girls
1,603 votes
39.2%
60.8%
Unknowns
136,644 votes
34.51%
65.49%

Votes by country map view

United States
81,878 votes
33%
67%
United Kingdom
11,339 votes
33%
67%
Australia
8,288 votes
30%
70%
Canada
7,433 votes
36%
64%
Unknown
2,179 votes
36%
64%
Germany
2,074 votes
51%
49%
Netherlands
1,759 votes
48%
52%
Spain
1,541 votes
40%
60%
New Zealand
1,275 votes
30%
70%
Sweden
1,096 votes
42%
58%
Norway
934 votes
39%
61%
Ireland
914 votes
33%
67%
Mexico
884 votes
40%
60%
France
728 votes
49%
51%
Denmark
713 votes
44%
56%
Finland
640 votes
40%
60%
Singapore
636 votes
31%
69%
Philippines
629 votes
30%
70%
United Arab Emirates
522 votes
34%
66%
South Africa
522 votes
35%
65%
Italy
495 votes
40%
60%
Portugal
494 votes
46%
54%
Argentina
443 votes
34%
66%
Romania
440 votes
30%
70%
Indonesia
435 votes
38%
62%
Belgium
414 votes
50%
50%
Malaysia
405 votes
37%
63%
Brazil
398 votes
46%
54%
India
382 votes
29%
71%
Greece
344 votes
33%
67%
Saudi Arabia
335 votes
36%
64%
Switzerland
328 votes
53%
47%
Austria
307 votes
55%
45%
Croatia
293 votes
29%
71%
Hong Kong
290 votes
30%
70%
Israel
258 votes
36%
64%
Serbia
251 votes
35%
65%
Bulgaria
243 votes
30%
70%
Colombia
240 votes
39%
61%
Poland
208 votes
40%
60%
Turkey
204 votes
32%
68%
Czech Republic
196 votes
46%
54%
Puerto Rico
178 votes
38%
62%
Hungary
177 votes
51%
49%
Chile
175 votes
36%
64%
Slovenia
170 votes
39%
61%
Thailand
163 votes
34%
66%
Kuwait
152 votes
32%
68%
Japan
148 votes
43%
57%
Estonia
146 votes
47%
53%
Egypt
145 votes
36%
64%
Europe
140 votes
41%
59%
Iceland
136 votes
35%
65%
China
118 votes
31%
69%
Pakistan
109 votes
30%
70%
Venezuela
107 votes
33%
67%
Latvia
106 votes
31%
69%
Slovakia
92 votes
46%
54%
Lebanon
92 votes
35%
65%
Qatar
91 votes
36%
64%
Vietnam
88 votes
28%
72%
Costa Rica
87 votes
41%
59%
Dominican Republic
86 votes
33%
67%
Macedonia
81 votes
38%
62%
Peru
79 votes
37%
63%
Iran
78 votes
45%
55%
Albania
76 votes
39%
61%
Russia
76 votes
42%
58%
Bosnia and Herzegovina
73 votes
30%
70%
Republic of Lithuania
73 votes
30%
70%
Ecuador
70 votes
39%
61%
Trinidad and Tobago
67 votes
31%
69%
Jamaica
65 votes
35%
65%
South Korea
64 votes
28%
72%
Cyprus
62 votes
37%
63%
Malta
61 votes
44%
56%
Panama
54 votes
41%
59%
Uruguay
53 votes
43%
57%
Republic of Korea
52 votes
40%
60%
Taiwan
48 votes
35%
65%
Lithuania
47 votes
28%
72%
Bahrain
47 votes
32%
68%
Unknown
47 votes
38%
62%
Jordan
44 votes
43%
57%
Russian Federation
42 votes
38%
62%
Ukraine
41 votes
17%
83%
Bahamas
39 votes
33%
67%
Bangladesh
39 votes
26%
74%
Guam
38 votes
29%
71%
Luxembourg
38 votes
55%
45%
Guatemala
37 votes
35%
65%
Tunisia
37 votes
46%
54%
Morocco
36 votes
44%
56%
Kenya
35 votes
29%
71%
Honduras
34 votes
15%
85%
Iraq
34 votes
38%
62%
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
33 votes
18%
82%
Anonymous Proxy
29 votes
28%
72%
Oman
29 votes
24%
76%
Mauritius
29 votes
31%
69%
Montenegro
29 votes
38%
62%
Georgia
26 votes
31%
69%
Nepal
26 votes
54%
46%
Cambodia
24 votes
46%
54%
Paraguay
24 votes
25%
75%
Barbados
23 votes
48%
52%
Belize
23 votes
26%
74%
Nigeria
21 votes
43%
57%
Bolivia
21 votes
33%
67%
Seychelles
21 votes
29%
71%
Brunei
21 votes
38%
62%
Isle of Man
20 votes
30%
70%
El Salvador
20 votes
45%
55%
Algeria
20 votes
60%
40%
Faroe Islands
19 votes
42%
58%
Maldives
19 votes
37%
63%
Jersey
18 votes
39%
61%
Aruba
18 votes
44%
56%
Cayman Islands
17 votes
35%
65%
Bermuda
16 votes
50%
50%
Kazakhstan
14 votes
21%
79%
Netherlands Antilles
13 votes
46%
54%
Nicaragua
13 votes
23%
77%
Sri Lanka
13 votes
31%
69%
Suriname
12 votes
33%
67%
Iran, Islamic Republic of
12 votes
50%
50%
Guernsey
11 votes
55%
45%
Azerbaijan
10 votes
60%
40%
Gibraltar
10 votes
10
90%
Sudan
10 votes
20%
80%
Palestine
10 votes
30%
70%
Czechia
10 votes
40%
60%
Mariana Islands
9 votes
22%
78%
Ghana
9 votes
22%
78%
Myanmar [Burma]
9 votes
22%
78%
Guyana
8 votes
50%
50%
Ethiopia
8 votes
25%
75%
Mongolia
8 votes
38%
62%
Virgin Islands, British
8 votes
13
87%
Afghanistan
8 votes
25%
75%
Zimbabwe
8 votes
25%
75%
Laos
8 votes
50%
50%
Republic of Moldova
8 votes
38%
62%
CuraƧao
8 votes
75%
25%
Saint Lucia
7 votes
14%
86%
Brunei Darussalam
7 votes
43%
57%
Armenia
7 votes
100%
Syria
7 votes
29%
71%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
6 votes
100%
Reunion
6 votes
17%
83%
Belarus
6 votes
50%
50%
Mozambique
6 votes
50%
50%
Namibia
6 votes
33%
67%
Andorra
6 votes
50%
50%
Tanzania
6 votes
17%
83%
Macao
6 votes
33%
67%
Uganda
5 votes
20%
80%
Palestinian Territory
5 votes
20%
80%
Zambia
5 votes
40%
60%
Antigua and Barbuda
4 votes
50%
50%
Tanzania, United Republic of
4 votes
100%
Moldova, Republic of
4 votes
25%
75%
Fiji
4 votes
25%
75%
Haiti
4 votes
75%
25%
U.S. Virgin Islands
4 votes
25%
75%
Yemen
3 votes
33%
67%
Myanmar
3 votes
100%
Aland Islands
3 votes
33%
67%
Madagascar
3 votes
67%
33%
Liechtenstein
3 votes
67%
33%
Turks and Caicos Islands
3 votes
100%
Angola
3 votes
33%
67%
Dominica
3 votes
67%
33%
Syrian Arab Republic
3 votes
67%
33%
Swaziland
3 votes
33%
67%
British Virgin Islands
3 votes
100%
Sint Maarten
3 votes
33%
67%
Greenland
2 votes
50%
50%
Virgin Islands, U.S.
2 votes
100%
Asia/Pacific Region
2 votes
100%
Macau
2 votes
100%
Guadeloupe
2 votes
100%
Cameroon
2 votes
100%
Botswana
2 votes
50%
50%
Somalia
2 votes
100%
American Samoa
2 votes
100%
Malawi
2 votes
100%
Grenada
2 votes
100%
Bonaire
2 votes
50%
50%
Saint Kitts and Nevis
1 vote
100%
Montserrat
1 vote
100%
French Polynesia
1 vote
100%
Djibouti
1 vote
100%
New Caledonia
1 vote
100%
Cote D'Ivoire
1 vote
100%
Uzbekistan
1 vote
100%
Northern Mariana Islands
1 vote
100%
Senegal
1 vote
100%
Rwanda
1 vote
100%
Congo
1 vote
100%
Papua New Guinea
1 vote
100%
Anguilla
1 vote
100%
Sierra Leone
1 vote
100%
Cuba
1 vote
100%
Samoa
1 vote
100%
Kosovo
1 vote
100%
Monaco
1 vote
100%
Ivory Coast
1 vote
100%
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    kenyaw Bronze MedalBlue Star from Georgia, United States
    Gradually going blind you can at least see the beauty in the world first.
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    guest from Texas, United States
    its better to never have something then to have something and lose it
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    guest from Massachusetts, United States
    at least ill have the chance to see beauty
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    guest from Karnataka, India
    youl still get to experience the beauty of the world, even if its only for a lil while.
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    guest from California, United States
    Oh, you think darkness is your ally. But you merely adopted the dark; I was born in it, molded by it. I didn't see the light until I was already a man, by then it was nothing to me but BLINDING!
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    guest from United States
    im already going blind and trust me never being able to see is just as bad
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    guest from United States
    they say its better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all, its the same with seeing for me
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    guest from Texas, United States
    But think you still can imagine things have an imagination and create your own world in your mind
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    guest from Maryland, United States
    I experienced gradually going blind and it was horrible.
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    guest from Washington, United States
    Doesn't say when you start going blind! I'd gradually go blind the day I died :)
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    guest from California, United States
    Guys...you won't even know what colors look like, or even your own flipping FACE
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    guest from Queensland, Australia
    if ur blind from birth you will find it easier to do things
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    guest from Victoria, Australia
    go blind
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    guest from Florida, United States
    I'll overcome my handicap a lot sooner if I'm born with it
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    guest from California, United States
    its better to have seen and lost than never to have seen at all
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    guest from Massachusetts, United States
    better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all
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    guest from Texas, United States
    hii sexy b*tches....
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    guest from Philippines
    At least I'd have been able to see a sunrise or a beautiful woman. :)
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    guest from Florida, United States
    if ur blind at birth you adapt to being blind quiker
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    Ambiguis Silver Medal from New York, United States
    More time to develop my ultra-senses.
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    54roguethian54 Bronze Medal from Pennsylvania, United States
    Better to have seen and lost then to never to have seen at all
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    guest from Pennsylvania, United States
    You need memories.
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    guest from Manila, Philippines
    At least I get to see what the world has before I go blind
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    guest from Manila, Philippines
    Depends, if I die with vision I jever go blind, so... partial win. (angry comments are acknowledged)
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    guest from California, United States
    Dare Devil from birth
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    AlbinoMoose308 Silver Medal from Missouri, United States
    if you lost your sight you can still visualize the world in colorful 3D, but simply cannot see what's around you
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    guest from United States
    I'm DareDevil
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    guest from United States
    Lilly Katawa Shoujo
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    guest from United States
    If you're blind from birth the first thin you'll ever see is Jesus and god in heaven!
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    guest from Illinois, United States
    You can soon connect you visual cortex with your hearing cortex which would mean you can see but through sound..
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    guest from Oregon, United States
    Because I wouldn't feel horrible about not having what I once had.
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    guest from California, United States
    im leaglly blind without my gasses
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    guest from Georgia, United States
    Easier to learn at a younger age.
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    guest from United States
    Then you know about the world more
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    guest from Georgia, United States
    I would choose blind from birth. Gradually going blind is like giving candy to a baby, then snatching it right after you give it to them.
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    adamantarmor Silver MedalBlue Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    better senses
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    guest from Region Metropolitana, Chile
    That's happening to me... At least you know how the world is
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    guest from Nova Scotia, Canada
    If you never get to see it then you can never appreciate the beauty of the world at least then you owuld have known beauty for some time
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    guest from Utah, United States
    you would know what you're missing
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    guest from Illinois, United States
    When I'm 99 years old SUCCESSES!.
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    guest from Alberta, Canada
    The day before i die i go blind!
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    guest from Tirol, Austria
    peopel who lost their sense of sight can develop depression because of it, but if you're born blind you don't know life any differently
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    guest from Hessen, Germany
    omg really?! if you are blind from the start you get used to it,you dont knwo anything else. but if you loose it the pain is so much bigger why do so many vote on that ?!
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    guest from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    i know a gradually blind, I can see her suffering by knowing what she's missing
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    guest from Greece
    not answering that
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    WWEdeadman MaleGold MedalSuper Star from Steiermark, Austria
    blind from birth, so I wouldn't mind, cause I never saw anything anyway.
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    guest from New York, United States
    but you wish you had what others had... nd wishing you knew what 'sight' is
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    guest from Maryland, United States
    u want to see everything i can just to treasure the memory
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    guest from Australia
    If you blind from birth, you won't know what ANYTHING looks like...colours, shapes, even what PEOPLE look like. If you gradually go blind, you can see everything you need to, then let them live as memories forever. =)
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    guest from Alberta, Canada
    Better to have seen and lost it, than to have never seen at all? lol
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    guest from Illinois, United States
    I would at least be able to see something beautiful. Also, you might be fully blind at age 90.
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    You know how to do things that blind people from birth do not know how to do. Example, make up
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    guest from Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
    Then you wouldnt have to look at any ugly people ! Simple
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    guest from New York, United States
    either way i get to "accidentally" beat people with my walking stick.
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    guest from New South Wales, Australia
    If it's gradual, you probably wont be fully blind until much later in life
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    blind from birth cuz i wanna be toph
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    guest from California, United States
    it is better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all.
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    guest from United States
    Gradually than people can still describe things to you.
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    Then you don't know what you're missing.
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    guest from Massachusetts, United States
    when someone is born blind, their other senses are above average. gradually go blind and you'll never get that.
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    guest from Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
    atleast that way I'd know what beauty looks like, i wouldn't want to miss all that
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    guest from Kansas, United States
    i skipped so neither
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    guest from California, United States
    I'd rather never know what seeing is like than have it and lose it and miss it.
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    guest from United Kingdom
    a taste of both
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    guest from New Brunswick, Canada
    if you're blind from birth you would be a master of the darkness.. you wouldn't have to learn how to live without eyes.. you just never had them
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    guest from Oregon, United States
    if you're blind from birth you can become the greatest earthbender in the world
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    guest from Tennessee, United States
    Learn Braille from the get go. That would be easier
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    guest from New York, United States
    cant love something u never had only can envy-L.P.K
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    guest from Georgia, United States
    Blind from birth. If I gradually went blind, then I would miss the things I could see.
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    guest from Queensland, Australia
    At least you would have memories of what things look like - so you could still imagine how things look when they are described to you.
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    guest from Idaho, United States
    I would rather be gradually go blind. stupid OP
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    I don't want to have to keep wondering what things look like while I can see I'd travel the world and take in all it's Beauty.
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    guest from Pennsylvania, United States
    Gradually go blind
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    guest from United States
    make the mst of it. common sense people!
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    diana from California, United States
    It's like saying would you rather your baby die at birth or enjoy him or her while you can you choose.
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    guest from Kent, United Kingdom
    i wanna see things
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    guest from South Carolina, United States
    then id no what things are
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    guest from Florida, United States
    You can't miss what you never had
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    guest from Tennessee, United States
    I say from birth, because I've always been interested in blind people.
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    guest from California, United States
    my great-grandfather went blind. he says he has little reason to go on. better to be blind from the beginning for the same reason that ignorance is bliss.
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    guest from California, United States
    at least I'll what things actually look like
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    guest from Arkansas, United States
    If you gradually lose your sight then you will still b able to remember what stuff looks like and you won't be wondering your whole life
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    KateSchlecter from United States
    If you're blind from birth, then you could grow up to be, like, Daredevil, amirite?
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    At least you got a chance to c sh*t
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    guest from Manchester, United Kingdom
    U can't miss what u never had
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    guest from Wisconsin, United States
    Eye transplants.
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    guest from United States
    dont want to be blind all my life wassa
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    guest from Montana, United States
    so i know colers
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    guest from New York, United States
    gradually go blind
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    guest from California, United States
    at least you have memories
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    guest from California, United States
    jst looked at the pics
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    guest from Virginia, United States
    cant see tits, nice bums or pretty face...soo..
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    guest from California, United States
    Its better to have seen then lost than never to have seen at all
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    guest from Texas, United States
    Blind from birth. Never know what you're missing.
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    guest from Maryland, United States
    gradually go blind
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    guest from Virginia, United States
    niether
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    guest
    If you are blind from birth it's easier to adapt to it.
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    guest from Wisconsin, United States
    i'll remember
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    guest from Iowa, United States
    it is better to have seen and lost, than to have never seen at all
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    guest from Florida, United States
    if your blind from birth how do you know what your missing out on?
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    guest from California, United States
    What if u had the most handsome/beautifully bf go ever then get them taken away....
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    guest from New York, United States
    Live life, with the knowledge and beauty of sight, rather than never being able to see even once.
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    guest from Ohio, United States
    i wouldnt miss anything
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    guest from Maine, United States
    a gradually blind person will have the mental wiring to become a candidate for artificial vision, something we are getting better and better at making a reality.
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    guest from United States
    and never see a beautiful woman!
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    guest from Berlin, Germany
    It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.
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    guest from Galway, Ireland
    If I were blind from birth, I wouldn't have to get used to not being able to see things.
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    guest from Texas, United States
    At least you'd see some of the world
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    guest from Andalucia, Spain
    It would really hurt to hear people talking about stuff I have never seen.
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    guest from New York, United States
    Just imagine having to say, aah, I remember what that looked like compared to what does ________ look like? Plus it makes people have to try to describe things to you.
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    guest from Wisconsin, United States
    Being blind from birth you learn to deal with it easily and develop superhuman hearing and feeling.
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    guest from Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
    You can say trees are purple
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    guest from Utah, United States
    Imagine a life without visual dreams?
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    If you're blind from birth, then you will not only know how to adjust to the world better, but you won't know what you're missing.
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    from birth so that you already have adapted. Harder to adapt when you previously had sight.
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    Helen keller...
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    People are forgetting, you can dream.
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    guest from Pennsylvania, United States
    gradually go blind i would love to see some things
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    guest from Quebec, Canada
    Bunch of retard when you are blind from birth you don't care...
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    guest from Colorado, United States
    I dont what to be able to see then have it taken away, that would be so depressing!
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    guest from Oregon, United States
    Already going blind.
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    havilahg FemaleSilver MedalSuper Star from Arkansas, United States
    Then I'll at least be able to know what colors and such people are talking about. And get to enjoy them for a good while.
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    samlovesyoux Bronze Medal from Virginia, United States
    ugh that sucks
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    But you could have experienced it and have lived for no sight... I would wanna see the beatys for a short time rather than not see them at all...
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    guest from Texas, United States
    Gradually
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    guest from Utah, United States
    It's much easier to learn braille and other life skills for the blind as a baby than as an adult.
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    guest from California, United States
    If you never saw it in the beginning, it takes meaning away...
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    amyp FemaleSilver Medal from Maryland, United States
    gradually go blind
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    guest from Texas, United States
    but if you never see it, how would you imagine people? or water, i wouldd hate to not see colors
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    go blind
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    guest from California, United States
    Now i noe the differnces between colors!
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    guest from Alberta, Canada
    Baby is sooooo cute
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    taptap489 Bronze MedalBlue Star from New York, United States
    Least you enjoyed what you had before...
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    guest from Texas, United States
    if u start blind , life would be easier...?
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    guest from Texas, United States
    true
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    guest from Michigan, United States
    people who are blind don't remember what it's like seeing. so theres no point.
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    guest from Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
    34 percent of people are utterly retarded
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    guest from Oregon, United States
    i already am going blind :(
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    guest from Iowa, United States
    u will no what ur parents look like
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    guest from Illinois, United States
    i am blind from birth from one eye
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    guest from Illinois, United States
    right everyone could be like "oh look at that veiw" if they describe it to u u would have a better chance of understanding
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    guest from Texas, United States
    So u could see some stuff
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    ill get used to it
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    guest from New Hampshire, United States
    nvm wrong one
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    guest from Virginia, United States
    they have new processes towhere u can regain your sight at a very young age now
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    guest from Arizona, United States
    if i were blind from birth i think that id be terrified that everyone was a horrible monster pulling tricks on me
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    guest from United States
    Blind at birth. Then I wouldn't have to see the sh*tty world.
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    At least you get some taste of being able to see.
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    guest from Michigan, United States
    Doesn't everyone gradually go blind..?
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    guest from Florida, United States
    I would like to go blind so I know how beautiful the world is and never think its just crap cause what if the last thing u see is a beautful place?
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    guest from Illinois, United States
    at least you can see things while you can!
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    guest from Florida, United States
    youd be able to picture things better in your head and have photographic memory of old memories
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    guest from North Carolina, United States
    Never lost anything
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    guest from United States
    uhh blind from birth..whoops
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    guest from Victoria, Australia
    You can't miss something that you never had
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    guest from New South Wales, Australia
    if you haven't seen the world before, it can look like whatever you want it to. if you have seen it you just picture everything that is missing.
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    guest from California, United States
    i ment to choose gradually go blind because if your born blind your dreams ar blank too.
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    guest from Maryland, United States
    but not lie it will be much easier to live if ur born blind bc u dont miss anything
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    guest from Washington, United States
    STEVIE WONDER!!!!
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    ashleyh Female from Florida, United States
    I would be able to know what colors look like
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    Abbiekat FemaleGold MedalSuper Star from Michigan, United States
    At least then I would know what the world and the people I love look like.
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    guest from Australia
    i would to go gradually blind cause i would know what the beautifull thing like then miss them cause i cant see them anymore
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    ryane MaleGold MedalBronze TrophySuper Star from Victoria, Australia
    you would know what your family looks like, what you look like and you might go blind a few days before you die or start going blind then
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    guest from New York, United States
    F$CK WRONG ONE
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    guest from Minnesota, United States
    blind fromk birth special baby!
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    guest from Texas, United States
    then you don't know what you're missing
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    guest from Texas, United States
    exactly
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    guest from Tel Aviv, Israel
    U R right
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    guest from Virginia, United States
    You also always have a stupid expression on your face because you don't know not to
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    Exactly
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    guest from New York, United States
    but at least you won't be missing it.
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    Exactly.
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    kisafan Bronze Medal from Texas, United States
    same
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    guest from Istanbul, Turkey
    and you don't know what you look like or what's red
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    guest from Oregon, United States
    atleast you would know what stuff looks like so you can still have dreams and stuff
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    guest from Texas, United States
    you could at least see the world for a while
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    guest from New Jersey, United States
    al least i wouldnt have to go through the uncomfort of getting to it
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    guest from Ohio, United States
    Hit wrong one
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    guest from Texas, United States
    its better to never have something then to have something and lose it
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    orangeNinjas MaleSilver MedalSuper Star from Minnesota, United States
    u could at least remember wat the wrld was once
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    lanag FemaleBronze MedalBlue Star from Missouri, United States
    I am already doing that... Lol!
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    guest from Colorado, United States
    I don't want to know what I was missing.
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    guest from United States
    If you gradually go blind, you begin to miss the great sight ability. But being born blind isn't as bad. It's hard to miss something you've never had.
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    orangeNinjas MaleSilver MedalSuper Star from Minnesota, United States
    but ull 4evr long to see wat others r seeing :(
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    guest from Ontario, Canada
    My cousin knew someone who was born blind and told me that she sees the world differently
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    guest from California, United States
    hecks ya
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    guest from Vermont, United States
    it would be terrible to slowly not be able to see the beautiful world around you.. and you wouldn't miss it if you never saw it. You would just wonder
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    guest from Texas, United States
    Already going blind, so why change the facts?
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    guest from Florida, United States
    you'll never miss what you never had
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    American Gold MedalSuper Star from United States
    id rather never have seen beauty than to see it and have it taken away.
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    wakawaka Silver MedalSuper Star from United States
    I agree - if you've never seen it, you don't know what you would be missing.
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    guest from New York, United States
    yeah, really
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    guest from Ohio, United States
    better to have loved then lost than to have never loved before
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    guest from Queensland, Australia
    if your blind from birth you have time to adapt
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    guest from Pennsylvania, United States
    never see anything so i don't get mad i can't see
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    guest from Illinois, United States
    I'd rather be blind from birth so I won't have anything to miss.
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    guest from China
    im blind in one eye, it took effing ages to get used too, its like ciggys ya cant miss em if youve never had them, speaking of which, my cancer sticks are calling me :D
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    spyro657 Bronze MedalBlue Star from New York, United States
    if its from birth you can GET USED to it faster
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    guest from New York, United States
    but u will never know what the world would look like....
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    guest from North Carolina, United States
    this way you can atleast know whats out there. as opposed to have to always wonder
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    guest from New York, United States
    i would rather not be able to see all my life, then be able to enjoy life and then all of a sudden lose the ability to see things that i love.