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comment Can I get an example of statement that can be said to be Hofstadterian?
lol. nice answer. i upvoted you.
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comment When should I say “thee”?
Thanks @RegDwightАΑA ! :)
Jul
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comment When should I say “thee”?
Why can't it be both? After all that is how languages slowly evolve over time.
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accepted Should the common usage “Webmasters” be gender neutered into a separate webmistresses to describe female web site admin professionals?
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accepted Can I get an example of statement that can be said to be Hofstadterian?
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comment What's the difference between “null” and “void” in legal language?
+1 wow , amazing research
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comment Which is correct: “prefer X to Y” or “prefer X over Y”?
Sorry no that is not ambigious, rather that is poor use of English. No one would ever say their sleep isn't working.
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comment Why is anyone in a porn movie considered a porn star?
great question Evik
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comment Why is 'c*nt' so much more derogatory in the US than the UK?
Since when is telling someone, "C u next tuesday!" meant to be offensive anyway?
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comment Why is 'c*nt' so much more derogatory in the US than the UK?
Yeah exactly right. It's definately in common use in Australia (but mainly amongst male only groups).