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comment How do you describe this trait/behaviour?
@Jim ya, I guess you're right. I think I'm looking more for the behaviour/traits that an individualist, as you and Kristina Lopez suggests, possesses in relation to the context. Possibly individualistic, nonconforming, etc..?
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accepted What's the meaning of “brutal” here?
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comment What's the meaning of “brutal” here?
I think when he said sh-t, he is not referring to the actual feces/diarrhea, but the whole experience he had endured from this food poisoning and the symptoms he went through.
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comment What's the meaning of “brutal” here?
@StoneyB, Kristina Lopez, ...due to the physical effort consumed by the symptoms he had endured from the food poisoning and which makes it very uncomfortable as well.
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comment What's the meaning of “brutal” here?
@StoneyB, Kristina Lopez, actually I'm still trying to grasp what the person is exactly feeling or what the word exactly means in this context. I understand it has a meaning of discomfort, but punishingly hard or uncomfortable, punishing I looked up in several dictionaries it means: in a manner that requires a lot of physical effort and makes you very tired or weak. And hard, if I'm correct, the relevant definition I found is: needing or using a lot of physical strength or mental effort. So does the word basically contains the meaning that this experience makes him very tired and weak...