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Mar
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comment Adjective to describe a “try hard”
I have looked for a word for this myself. I think I settled on spoil-sport.
Feb
28
comment “ Water under the fridge ”
@Jim I think blaming the OP is pretty absurd here; if you're interested in correcting someone, I believe the onus falls on you to verify what you're saying. I do however apologize for suspecting you down-voted; it seemed logical that based on your comment, you might have done the deed.
Feb
28
comment “ Water under the fridge ”
@Jim In your attempt to correct me(and presumably the source of the down-vote, you failed to realize this line is from "Dumb and Dumber To", which came out in 2014. :rolls eyes:
Feb
28
answered “ Water under the fridge ”
Feb
17
comment What word means “not straight, white, and male”?
@Jim I would have said AND in the case you're thinking of. This has nothing to do with math/English.
Feb
15
comment What word means “not straight, white, and male”?
@Jim en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logical_disjunction
Feb
12
comment What word means “not straight, white, and male”?
@stevesliva This is quite good. Idk if it's exactly what I want, but close.
Feb
12
comment What word means “not straight, white, and male”?
@Jim Perhaps there was confusion, I do intend to include gay men, but I also intend to include straight women. I like the idea of trying to modify LGBTQ to include M for minority, but how do we get straight females in there. This is where I struggled.
Feb
12
comment What word means “not straight, white, and male”?
This was my first attempt myself, because the context that I'm using it in, these groups are minority(I am referring to novelists). However, I dislike the doubling up meaning on minority, because it suggests that I am only speaking about race(the most common dialogue in which minority is referenced). I like marginalized group, but I struggle with the fact that it is too general! I'm still not sure, I find that I kinda like one of the comment suggestions, so that might be my solution in the end. Thanks either way.
Feb
11
comment What word means “not straight, white, and male”?
A quick comment on "queer": this word is very close actually, but I think it's not quite sufficient for my purpose.
Feb
11
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