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Feb
20
comment Was I driving more than 5 mph under the speed limit, or less than 5 mph under the speed limit?
To remove ambiguity, you could say - I was driving at least 5 mph below the speed limit.
Feb
19
awarded  Critic
Feb
19
comment I don't get this joke. Is it some kind of play on “water, too?”
Why is this not off-topic? First off, it should have been asked on chemistry.SE.
Feb
19
comment Word for something being both beautiful and terrible at the same time
How about magnificent desolation? (google it)
Feb
19
comment Is there a word/term for a question where the asker knows he'll criticise any answer?
@FumbleFingers that's such a cliched example. I haven't found any instance on the internet so far where the question isn't asked by a female. Just for fun, can you change girlfriend to boyfriend please? I know it comes from another website, but still you can put a * and edit it.
Feb
10
comment Using “so” and “very” for ungradable adjectives
@Louel why are you advertising DM twitter acc :)
Feb
8
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
31
comment Is there a non-sexual phrase for sleeping with someone?
@rolfl it does not even suggest that X was taking a nap at the same time that's the point!
Jan
29
answered Is there a non-sexual phrase for sleeping with someone?
Jan
19
accepted Phrase for correcting text in a particular manner
Jan
18
asked Phrase for correcting text in a particular manner
Jan
10
comment Is there a verb for “doing the wrong thing by force of habit”
I think it needs to be combined with recidivist to give it a sense of bad e.g. mild recidivist on autopilot .. or something like that.
Dec
16
comment What do you call the person sitting behind the driver on a bike?
@Jim check additional link in answer about news articles using the term.
Dec
16
revised What do you call the person sitting behind the driver on a bike?
added 111 characters in body
Dec
16
answered What do you call the person sitting behind the driver on a bike?
Dec
12
comment How long can you say “the late so and so”?
If there are two dead people, is one of them referred to as 'the later' ;)
Sep
29
comment “Translated in” vs. “translated to”
This is a "popular question" with zero upvotes! Amusing.
Sep
28
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
15
awarded  Yearling
Jul
14
comment What did “google” mean in the 1900s?
Hugo, I clicked on the search link (google in the period of 1898-1902) you gave. I got this message - Your search - "google" - did not match any book results. Did you get different results that time?