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Avoid similes like the plague.

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Jun
28
comment What does “you don't need a husband, you need a Greek chorus!” mean?
IMSDB has the full movie script here. The scene in question is number 60.
Jun
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does “you don't need a husband, you need a Greek chorus!” mean?
Jun
28
comment What does “you don't need a husband, you need a Greek chorus!” mean?
2009 is an old movie now? :)
Jun
24
awarded  Constituent
Jun
9
awarded  Caucus
May
13
reviewed Looks OK What term means the “non-fiction information found in a fictional story”?
May
13
reviewed Looks OK what does 'you may be subject to termination' mean
Mar
27
revised Is “has made it his business to” polite or impolite?
deleted 6 characters in body
Mar
12
comment Would a golfer say, “I shot for 200 yards”?
Thanks for the mention, @GEdgar; sports terminology questions are generally on topic on both sites and can stay on whichever site they are asked on.
Jan
3
revised When is the present perfect tense used instead of the past tense?
His name is Paul Brians. His name is Paul Brians. His name is Paul Brians.
Jan
3
revised In which cases is a comma/period placed inside or outside of parentheses?
His name is Paul Brians. His name is Paul Brians. His name is Paul Brians.
Dec
18
comment How to pronounce Abbott?
The proper pronunciation is "HEEEEEYYYYY ABBBOTTTTTT!"
Dec
1
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
21
awarded  Good Question
Nov
14
awarded  Custodian
Nov
14
revised Question about a sentence in OWL Exercises
last sentence got the better of me
Nov
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on When to use 'will' and when to use 'shall'?
Aug
12
awarded  Yearling
Jul
11
comment Why does this sentence involving “especial” read so badly?
"In American English the adjective special is overwhelmingly more common than especial in all senses." - dictionary.reference.com/browse/special
Jun
23
awarded  Enlightened