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Sep
16
revised What is the origin of “Couldn't hit a cow's arse with a banjo”?
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Sep
16
answered What is the origin of “Couldn't hit a cow's arse with a banjo”?
Sep
16
answered Is “errored” correct usage?
Sep
15
accepted Which is correct: “is it worth it?” or “does it worth it?”
Sep
15
comment What does “What are you up to?” mean?
@Noldorin: No problem. Thanks for improving my answer.
Sep
15
asked Which is correct: “is it worth it?” or “does it worth it?”
Sep
15
revised What does “What are you up to?” mean?
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Sep
14
answered What does “What are you up to?” mean?
Sep
7
revised Person, Persons, People, Peoples
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Sep
7
asked Person, Persons, People, Peoples
Sep
7
revised Where did “You know what thought did!” come from?
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Sep
7
comment A real important dream, like XXX, is worth every possible effort to guard
XXX in your heading connotates pornography ;)
Sep
6
comment Where did “You know what thought did!” come from?
Its origin seems to be British English.
Sep
6
answered Where did “You know what thought did!” come from?
Sep
5
awarded  Enthusiast
Aug
30
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
24
comment May versus would
@Shinto Sherlock: Would you mind posting the right answer to let us know the truth?
Aug
24
revised May versus would
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Aug
20
comment When should one use the comma versus the semicolon, and vice versa?
@ladenedge: Why don't you sue me? If this is illegal, then the majority of the users becomes convicted. I'm giving the source at the top of my answer, and I don't see why it is illegal to share information which was posted openly on another site. I'm not exposing "official secrets", yet I'm giving a useful answer with citation.
Aug
19
revised When should one use the comma versus the semicolon, and vice versa?
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