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Apr
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comment Are there English equivalents for “as beautiful as butt inside out”?
@JanusBahsJacquet Yes, you said that elsewhere, but I disagree would prefer to have clarification from OP
Apr
3
answered Is there a word for the belief that everything is possible?
Apr
3
answered Are there English equivalents for “as beautiful as butt inside out”?
Apr
3
comment Are there English equivalents for “as beautiful as butt inside out”?
I disagree. Your expression carrying the implication that some beauty exists. OP's asks about an expression that implies that even the mother could agree with the 'ugly core'
Jan
31
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
14
comment How did the term “dongle” come into use?
The linked answer is also great
Jan
14
accepted How did the term “dongle” come into use?
Jan
14
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
7
answered Single word for “factor or consideration that supports a specific conclusion or position”
Dec
31
answered Idiom that means trying to save something that is beyond saving
Dec
26
comment What is the meaning of “others” in this sentence?
@MehdiHaghgoo I respect that you have learned much. I'm sure that I could not speak so much of your language. But you must understand that the word use, here, is basic to any fluent speaker – and is likely common to even most rough speakers.
Dec
24
comment What is the meaning of “others” in this sentence?
Possibly this is a candidate for the ELL
Nov
19
comment What is the origin of “burning a hole in my pocket”?
It's interesting, though to me it looks like it opens a deeper can or worms regarding the origin of the expression "burning in one's pocket". Did people often put things in their pocket that were hot or burning? Was that just imaginative in origin?
Nov
19
comment Etymology of “vagina”?
Does the root *wag- "to break, split, bite." imply that the vagina itself has holds the action-verb nature of its root? Or does the root pertain because the vagina receives that action, matching the latter linguistics meanings of 'sheathing, husking'? It would seem the latter, but this is a switch of the direction of meaning. I can ask this as a new question, if anyone thinks it well.
Nov
19
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Nov
19
revised Etymology of “sh**hole”
corrected the title to make more searchable, per comments
Nov
19
asked What is the origin of “burning a hole in my pocket”?
Nov
14
comment Does this sentence require a comma somewhere?
Does this sentence does require a comma, somewhere? ;)
Sep
30
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Sep
24
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