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wiki
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asked Do things that “get one’s rocks off ” always “rock one’s socks off ”?
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revised Why is “taking a biscuit” a bad thing in the UK?
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asked Is the meme, “all your base are belong to us” correct for any time period?
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revised Can I “wear an umbrella”?
how to carry an umbrella.
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awarded  Mortarboard
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
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answered Can I “wear an umbrella”?
Jun
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accepted Why is “taking a biscuit” a bad thing in the UK?
Jun
13
comment Why is “taking a biscuit” a bad thing in the UK?
I find this explanation to be the most convincing thus far; and, after seeing Life of Brian and other perverse films from this region I'm inclined to think it is inline with their culture. Good job doing the research required.
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asked Why is “taking a biscuit” a bad thing in the UK?
Jun
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comment What is the role and historical context for “come” in “Kingdom come”?
I actually just wanted to use it myself in the context of sued into kingdom come which is a rather common context in the south. It seems to be something you can be knocked or punched into.
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asked What is the role and historical context for “come” in “Kingdom come”?
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comment The pronunciation of “… no matter how minute” vs “5 minutes past the hour”
I'll be grabbing for m-w.com next time around.
May
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comment The pronunciation of “… no matter how minute” vs “5 minutes past the hour”
oh Jesus Christ, the pronunciation for the adjective is below the fold, what kind of shitty dictionary.com format is that.
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asked The pronunciation of “… no matter how minute” vs “5 minutes past the hour”