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revised What's the opposite of eye candy?
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answered What's the opposite of eye candy?
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comment Grammatical role of “the hell”?
@DavidRicherby, I think he means that "interjection" (the word and the practice) comes to us straight from Latin (interjectiō). I think I once heard that Latin is the first major language to have this?
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comment Treacle is viscous; alcohol is ____?
@smci, Experiment proved it didn't flow, as well as observation of the many, many panes of glass that kept their thick edge up for centuries. The myth has been debunked several times.
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answered Treacle is viscous; alcohol is ____?
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comment What can we call those ladies?
I'd say “Ladies Who Lunch” are a more selfish subset of "Socialite" with a smaller circle and more of a focus on shopping and dining than on meeting and networking people. (No grand dinners/dances. Less help to charity and community.)
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accepted What is the etymology of “todger”?
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comment What is the etymology of “todger”?
Great ETA. The "Smash" and "pulp" stuff, especially. I'd upvote twice, if the site let me!
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