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Since this is an introduction that spans the entirety of the Stack Exchange network, I would just like to say... I love them all!


Jul
16
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
26
accepted “Man” vs. “guy” vs. “boy”
Mar
26
comment Origin of “-ing”
Wow. I never noticed the same form was used for two different grammatical purposes.
Mar
23
comment What does “This story just won’t write” mean? Is this still an acceptable English phrase today?
I agree with this assessment too. The meaning I extract from the sentence also gravitates toward the story itself as a writer. It actually triggers a vivid imagery as a result!
Mar
23
comment “Man” vs. “guy” vs. “boy”
@DanHulme Well, that is actually a problem though. Saying 'man' to myself feels weird. A man to me is someone mostly married and definitely in late 20's at least. There is nothing "manly" in me that would want to make me use it as a result. :D I am definitely still searching for a better term.
Mar
23
awarded  Commentator
Mar
23
comment “Man” vs. “guy” vs. “boy”
@DanHulme This is the best and simplest way to tell anybody about your gender. Is there any other?
Mar
23
comment “Man” vs. “guy” vs. “boy”
@J.R. Heh. It just feels good to be appreciated! Thanks! ^^
Mar
22
comment “Man” vs. “guy” vs. “boy”
@choster But I can! I am, after all, a guy/boy/male/whatever.
Mar
22
awarded  Editor
Mar
22
revised “Man” vs. “guy” vs. “boy”
explanation
Mar
22
asked “Man” vs. “guy” vs. “boy”
Mar
3
awarded  Custodian
Mar
3
reviewed Reviewed Is there a suitable conjunction which fits the meaning of “as a continuation of”?
Mar
3
reviewed Reviewed “Quench thirst” vs. “still thirst” when “thirst” is used figuratively
Mar
3
reviewed Reviewed People who sell their virginity for money
Mar
3
comment People who sell their virginity for money
I don't think this is appropriate. A 'call girl' doesn't signify that virginity is being sold.
Mar
1
awarded  Yearling
Jan
17
comment More specific antonym to “lodger” than “landlord”
Lodger-lodger weirdness is just odd. :D
Jan
13
answered “Would” in a reported statement