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I'm a recent graduate with a perchant for Java, Science, Coffee, Games and Cooking!


Jan
2
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
6
awarded  Yearling
Oct
27
accepted I have questions coming out the yin-yang about yin-yang phrases!
Oct
27
comment I have questions coming out the yin-yang about yin-yang phrases!
Excelsior! But are there any etymologies for ying-yang, like your one for wazoo?
Oct
27
comment I have questions coming out the yin-yang about yin-yang phrases!
@Kris actually, I still quite like it.
Oct
27
comment I have questions coming out the yin-yang about yin-yang phrases!
....really? I've never heard of this. Where'd you get that from?
Oct
27
asked I have questions coming out the yin-yang about yin-yang phrases!
Oct
27
comment How do words get concatenated?
@MετάEd Where would I start looking?
Oct
27
comment How do words get concatenated?
@FumbleFingers revised as it wasn't the root question.
Oct
27
revised How do words get concatenated?
tried to rephrase question to what I *really* want answered.
Oct
27
accepted A word that encompasses buying and selling?
Oct
26
comment A word that encompasses buying and selling?
Appraisal has a nice ring to it.
Oct
26
comment A word that encompasses buying and selling?
Does that cover selling/buying with money? It feels more like it is more suited to swapping one item for another.
Oct
26
asked How do words get concatenated?
Oct
26
asked A word that encompasses buying and selling?
Oct
19
revised Help me to stop saying 'Man up!'?
added 31 characters in body; edited title
Oct
19
comment Help me to stop saying 'Man up!'?
Now I think about it, 'Pull your socks up' would be a good phrase as well.
Oct
19
comment Help me to stop saying 'Man up!'?
That's what I'm after. From now on I'll try to use these instead.
Oct
19
comment Help me to stop saying 'Man up!'?
@bib, I'd rather not.
Oct
19
revised Does pronouncing an initialism make it an acronym?
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