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Oct
24
answered Polite synonyms for “a——hole-ish” behavior
Oct
23
comment Meaning of “Monkey still working let Baboon wait small”
"let baboon wait small" isn't even grammatically correct, I have no idea what she's saying there.
Oct
18
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
17
comment Should there be a comma in “Tell <name> <other name> says hi.”?
@FumbleFingers didn't realize you'd already said the same exact thing in the comments, if you want to answer down here and claim your sweet, sweet rep points I'll delete this answer.
Oct
17
awarded  Commentator
Oct
17
answered Should there be a comma in “Tell <name> <other name> says hi.”?
Oct
6
answered A word for a worldly wise person who pretends to be naïve?
Sep
8
comment “Keys to car” or “keys of car”
I'd be interested to know how much of the "key(s) of" results are actually in the context of music.
Sep
7
answered “Integrity” vs. “honesty”—what's the difference?
Aug
26
comment Some sentences in the beginning of movie “Forrest Gump”
@Mitch "leans away from the prescriptive" how ironic
Aug
26
awarded  Disciplined
Aug
25
comment What are the correct titles for the attendee/guest relationship?
"host" was the first thing that sprang to mine for me as well, but that seems wrong. Realistically you'd say "my date" (even if its platonic) but that's ignoring the context you're trying to explore.
Aug
25
comment Some sentences in the beginning of movie “Forrest Gump”
@Mitch Yeah, I'm from the south where people talk like that all the time, but not in English class, where they get called out for their bad grammar. I guess if you're going with the "nothing is bad grammar since anything that's ever been uttered is dialect" argument, that's pretty tough to argue against though.
Aug
25
comment Some sentences in the beginning of movie “Forrest Gump”
@Mitch "they was my magic shoes" is a grammatical error, dialect or no. As far as lack of intelligence, I thought I was clear in that we are speaking of a perception. You can argue that the perception doesn't exist I guess, but I can't imagine many people who have lived in the US for the last 40+ years or so will agree with you.
Aug
25
answered Some sentences in the beginning of movie “Forrest Gump”
Aug
25
answered Difference between “unto” and “to”
Aug
17
awarded  Supporter
Aug
17
awarded  Critic
Aug
17
comment How did kool-aid come to be the drink of fanboys?
Yep, Jonestown reference.