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May
22
comment What do you call someone who is always asking for favours?
Some of the answers (mooch, sponger) are really only about money. leech is correct, but very harsh and insulting. Schnorrer is the best match so far, but not actually English.
May
7
comment Single word to describe “make something worse”
Doesn't quite fit the question: "Hitting the machine with a hammer impaired the problem." is incorrect.
Sep
24
comment Paraphrasing a context
Downvotes without alternative suggestions? Sheesh, tough crowd.
Sep
23
comment Is there any difference on the use of I'm and I am?
Why the downvote?
Sep
3
comment Does “This blows!” (it's bad) derive from “This sucks!”?
@Cyberherbalist: While there may be cases as you describe, the meaning of this particular instance is not ambiguous; so there's really nothing to disagree with here. The name of the revue was "Off the Wall (or Did I Put My Foot in Your Mouth?)"
Sep
3
comment Does “This blows!” (it's bad) derive from “This sucks!”?
I used it earlier myself (I was in that revue), but I figure citations are better than anecdotes.