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May
29
answered Is there a specific word for “jolted from naïveté”?
May
29
comment Is there a specific word for “jolted from naïveté”?
Awesome question!
May
27
comment What's the origin of the word “geezer”?
Excellent answer, I am very happy to see that "old geezer" is not as redundant as I once thought.
May
26
comment British and American slang words for immigrants?
I didn't think that alien had this connotation? Is that for sure?
May
26
answered How to pronounce “E = mc²”
May
26
comment Is it “flavor saver” or “flavor savor”?
I was anticipating the google :P
May
25
comment Is it “flavor saver” or “flavor savor”?
If William Jonathan Drayton becomes religious you could go with Flava Savior. rimshot
May
24
comment “Grudge” vs. “begrudge”
@FumbleFingers No problem at all.
May
24
comment “Grudge” vs. “begrudge”
@FumbleFingers I prefer and... I don't really understand the desire to edit this. Based on the meta question it doesn't seem like the community formed a consensus that these changes should be made. :/
May
24
comment “Grudge” vs. “begrudge”
I'm bad at tagging, feel free to improve my tags.
May
24
asked “Grudge” vs. “begrudge”
May
2
comment Am I using “namesake” correctly?
No problemo. :D
May
2
answered Am I using “namesake” correctly?
May
2
answered “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
May
1
comment “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
I will consider adding it as an answer. I have to think of a better riff due to your good point above.
May
1
comment “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
I did see that. I was attempting humor.
May
1
comment “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
To Floyd-ian boon, you seek to shorten the dark side of the moon, if a portmanteau will do, I suggest posterilune.
Apr
30
comment Is “Canuck” offensive?
@Sam However there is a difference because Canuck describes those on the team, while Redskin describes a minority not particularly represented on the team. See Alain's answer.
Apr
24
comment Is there a word to describe a person who likes chaos?
Gadfly is another useful special case. Thank you. The portmanteau is amusing, and the dnd reference appreciated. I also considered CG, and part of the question came from that situation.
Apr
23
comment The usage of “a little bit”
@FumbleFingers yes, this is a good point!