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Dec
26
comment “Down for” something vs. “Up for” something?
Perhaps the down form is newer and has simply taken on the same meaning?
Dec
26
comment “Down for” something vs. “Up for” something?
Not true at all. "I'm Down for Whatever" is a hit song by Kelly Rowland, also see lyrics from a Drake song.
Dec
26
asked “Down for” something vs. “Up for” something?
Jan
7
accepted “I need to wash my hands bad[ly]”
Jan
7
comment “I need to wash my hands bad[ly]”
Right, but if you were forced to work with the sentence as given, which one is more correct? Or are they both just equally wrong?
Jan
7
asked “I need to wash my hands bad[ly]”
Dec
11
awarded  Scholar
Dec
11
accepted Word for “Raccoon-like” or “Raccoon-esque”?
Dec
11
asked Word for “Raccoon-like” or “Raccoon-esque”?
Jan
14
awarded  Student
Jan
14
asked A word meaning “going south to get north”
Jul
7
awarded  Supporter