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comment Dishes 3 part job or not?
@Drew If he doesn't want to dry his dishes, let him be I say! Old chap
Aug
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comment Dishes 3 part job or not?
@Drew Hey now, a man can do his dishes any way he wants ;)
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comment Dishes 3 part job or not?
I don't dry my dish just because I can. What about you?
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comment Why “Speak of the devil”?
In Korea, its "Speak of the tiger and he'll appear."
Jun
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comment Is it bad English to have two to's in a row?
I am getting semantic satiation for the word "buffalo"...
Jun
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comment “Place the pot somewhere where it is 20–22 degrees warm.”
@kiamlaluno Must be Celsius.
Jun
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comment Why do eleven and twelve get unique words and not end in “-teen”?
...Our counting patter is quite fine. Korean counting pattern goes like this: one two three... ten-one, ten-two, ten-three... twenty-one, twenty two, twenty three...
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comment Word for a quote that was never actually said
@EdwinAshworth Veni, vidi, vici
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comment Word for a quote that was never actually said
@gmcgath Not to nitpick, but in the sense that fictional characters can say anything, then we can attribute any certain words to a character claiming that they have said those words as quotes; In all 60 Sherlock Holmes books by Conan, Holmes never actually says "Elementary, my dear Watson", unfortunately.