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comment Do I take a small nap or a light nap?
short nap is better.
Apr
11
answered If I were you, I'd apologise to *my* (OR) *your* mum
Mar
18
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
18
accepted Anti followed by phrase, usage of hyphen
Mar
17
comment Anti followed by phrase, usage of hyphen
It is funny that they have changed the headline! Did they see this thread :)
Mar
17
revised Anti followed by phrase, usage of hyphen
added 89 characters in body
Mar
16
comment How do you politely ask for someone's gender?
@Sherlock if you are Sherlock, do you need to ask?
Mar
16
asked Anti followed by phrase, usage of hyphen
Mar
7
accepted Deconstructing 'for crying out loud'
Mar
7
comment Deconstructing 'for crying out loud'
I get it now. Is it like cockney rhyming slang?
Mar
7
revised Deconstructing 'for crying out loud'
added 128 characters in body
Mar
7
asked Deconstructing 'for crying out loud'
Mar
6
comment Why is “distro”, rather than “distri”, short for “distribution” in Linux world?
How does this explain combination -> combo as wondered by @Michael? or India -> Indo-
Mar
6
comment Using “single + superlative” to emphasize
Let me just say that I didn't downvote any of the answers too. In fact I had upvoted both answers.
Mar
5
comment Should emoticons be regarded as punctuation marks?
@hippietrail thanks for linking those discussions.
Mar
4
revised Using “single + superlative” to emphasize
edited title
Mar
4
asked Using “single + superlative” to emphasize
Mar
4
comment How should I pluralize MSDS?
@CajunLuke apostrophe is also recommended here grammar-monster.com/lessons/abbreviations_forming_plurals.htm
Mar
2
comment [S]he has the ears of a …?
That is something an ear-collector (yuck!) might say.
Feb
27
comment Systematic version of “rummage”
alternatively combed?