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Don't know what to say here- I happen to know a lot of things about a variety of different subjects... I DJ, make and produce music, fix/repair all things computer and now cell-phone. I apologize for this being so short; it was either that or very, very long... and nobody wants that, now do they? :)


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answered However in the middle of a sentence
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answered Which is correct? By or bye?
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answered New (slang?) meaning of bass?
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answered How does 1:30 sound?
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answered I'm requested to send me
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awarded  Autobiographer
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answered “Research” vs “research paper.”
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comment Is it grammatically incorrect to use “for” here?
I would say "far too long" but you didn't ask that.
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answered Do I understand this correctly?
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comment Someone who “eats like a …” is someone who eats a lot or has a huge appetite
Perhaps that is because eating like a pig would be HOW a pig actually eats, whilst "pigging out" means you are eating in such a way that you will become fat like a pig... wonder why there is no "horse-ing out" or "bird-ing out". Geez, now I'm about to go look up the etymology of the phrase "pig out". Hehehe- what a day
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comment Someone who “eats like a …” is someone who eats a lot or has a huge appetite
That's pretty interesting... do you use different animals for the other sayings, the same animals, or completely different sayings that don't even use animals?
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comment Someone who “eats like a …” is someone who eats a lot or has a huge appetite
Haha- well, "horse-ing out" really, since birds aren't usually too messy when they eat. But yeah, duly noted. ;) Gave me a chuckle...
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answered Is “I'm screwed” a rude expression?
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answered Someone who “eats like a …” is someone who eats a lot or has a huge appetite
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answered Plural form of these two sentences
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answered Usage of “whereabouts”
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answered Meaning of “sensorily”