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asked Origin of “If X, you are in the wrong place”
Jun
27
comment Does one “shave” or “shear” a dog?
+1 for yak shaving!
Jun
24
accepted Is it offensive or unusual to use “Mongolian” in the sense of race?
Jun
24
comment Is it offensive or unusual to use “Mongolian” in the sense of race?
I wouldn't use the word "Mongolian" this way, but I came across someone on Skeptics Stack Exchange using it that way last night, and I didn't know if I should advise them not to use such language.
Jun
24
comment Is it offensive or unusual to use “Mongolian” in the sense of race?
I try to avoid confusion by adding a preface about what I'm not referring to, and instead, people think I'm confused. :(
Jun
24
comment Mongoloid with reference to Down's syndrome
A newspaper article about a Mongolian mother who had a child with Down's Syndrome.
Jun
24
asked Is it offensive or unusual to use “Mongolian” in the sense of race?
Jun
21
comment Is there a verb form of “Extinct”?
Exterminate is what Daleks do. :)
Jun
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
19
comment Are litotes more common in Australian English?
@TimRomano as crocodiles are more common in Australia than other English-speaking countries, it isn't exactly a fair comparison. Not surprisingly, the first result of a google search is for The NT News.
Jun
19
asked Are litotes more common in Australian English?
Jun
8
accepted Antonym of nomad
Jun
6
revised aboriginal-english wiki description
added 82 characters in body
Jun
6
revised aboriginal-english wiki excerpt
added 50 characters in body
Jun
6
revised Meaning of “Cheeky” in Australian Aboriginal English
edited tags
Jun
6
wiki created aboriginal-english description
Jun
6
wiki created aboriginal-english excerpt
Jun
6
suggested approved edit on aboriginal-english tag wiki
Jun
6
suggested approved edit on aboriginal-english tag wiki excerpt
Jun
6
revised Is “Wrong side business” used in real life?
Add background, plus create tag about aboriginal english