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bio website twitter.com/aitchnyu
location Kochi, India
age 24
visits member for 2 years, 7 months
seen Mar 20 at 4:52

Programmmer at Suyati. Loves open source.


Jan
28
comment Is there a non-sexual phrase for sleeping with someone?
And it's not slang unlike "crash"
Jan
10
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
13
comment Is “plastic glass” as a container a valid expression?
@ChrisH In India, its normal to call a steel (or plastic or ceramic or paper for that matter) tumbler a glass.
Oct
17
revised Word for 'No Facial Expression'
added 45 characters in body
Oct
17
answered Word for 'No Facial Expression'
Sep
30
awarded  Commentator
Aug
6
accepted a word for “want you to be”; as in “want to [word] you”
Jun
24
comment What does it mean to be “mortally wounded”?
Please suggest a replacement phrase since it is wrong: "X was was left mortally wounded by a knife-wielding drunk. If Y had not found him, he would not be alive."
Apr
4
asked Conventions for dates spoken without year
Mar
25
asked Term for means of communication
Mar
22
accepted Symmetric term for engaging with someone over SMS or Email
Mar
22
comment Symmetric term for engaging with someone over SMS or Email
But the question is not about that.. Sorry if my earlier edit was confusing.
Mar
22
revised Symmetric term for engaging with someone over SMS or Email
added 37 characters in body; edited title
Mar
22
comment Symmetric term for engaging with someone over SMS or Email
@NoahC, Vitaly, sorry for not providing context.
Mar
22
asked Symmetric term for engaging with someone over SMS or Email
Jan
21
awarded  Yearling
Jan
21
comment a word for “want you to be”; as in “want to [word] you”
@slhck, please post it as an answer, it could be the best :-)
Jan
21
asked a word for “want you to be”; as in “want to [word] you”
Sep
28
asked Analog of “innovative” for a well-executed engineering project
Sep
22
comment Phrase for costs/ consequences so abstract/ distant/ high you cannot reason about it
Hmm, this seems hard to digest at 1:30 AM; but I was hoping for answers in layman's English. But you introduced an interesting subject.