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revised A synonym for “picky” with a positive connotation (food)?
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comment A synonym for “picky” with a positive connotation (food)?
Apologies for the formatting. I used the stackexchange app on Android
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answered A synonym for “picky” with a positive connotation (food)?
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comment Taxi Fraud or Taxi Scam?
My intuition is similar. Scam would imply customer, whereas fraud implies the system. I was scammed (short-changed) by a taxi driver in Lausanne Switzerland once in the 5 years I lived there. No place is scam-free when it comes to taxis. It's a job that has a lot of opportunities to be opportunistic!
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answered What do you call a person, who needs to stay active in order to feel comfortable?
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answered Can I use one word to say- 'common human behaviour'
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comment What's a word for doing something eagerly despite the pain? Especially in the context of eating something hot or spicy
Spicy foods cause endorphine release, much like a runner's high. It is pleasure from pain. articles.chicagotribune.com/1991-01-31/entertainment/…
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comment What's a word for doing something eagerly despite the pain? Especially in the context of eating something hot or spicy
I think this answer neglects the science. Spices provoke endorphine release, so there is great pleasure for some. articles.chicagotribune.com/1991-01-31/entertainment/…
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revised Word for not feeling part of a social or economic class
Added link to Culture Shock
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answered Word for not feeling part of a social or economic class
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revised Alternative to “We'll just have to agree to disagree”
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answered Alternative to “We'll just have to agree to disagree”
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comment Is it correct to use “their” instead of “his or her”?
@PeterShor For a member of Congress, "it" could be appropriate ;-)
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comment 'Vulnerable' Without Negative Connotations
Vulnerable in terms of humility is both a strength and a weakness. "The more vulnerable you are, the stronger you appear," is a principle in human relationships.
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answered 'Vulnerable' Without Negative Connotations