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bio website liquidfyre.com
location Illinois
age 27
visits member for 4 years
seen Nov 25 at 20:11
I enjoy writing games to improve my coding skills. I also make Facebook games as a hobby.

Aug
25
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
7
answered “Offer an opinion” or “give an opinion”
Dec
9
asked Grammatical explanation of “what the blank”
Sep
15
comment “Let's burn that bridge when we come to it” – is this sort of idiom mixing considered a pun, and if so, does it have a specific name?
Well, let's take a wild stab in the back!
Jun
20
comment What are some examples of awkward sounding but grammatically correct sentences?
A friend showed me a similar one, "Jiggle it a little, it'll open."
Apr
15
awarded  Enthusiast
Mar
15
asked “Miami installed the first ATM for rollerbladers”
Feb
27
comment Is “Don't you know? ” the same as “Do not you know?”?
youtube.com/watch?v=Za2RGOY7SMc
Jan
26
awarded  Teacher
Jan
20
answered How common is the confusion between “affect” and “effect”?
Jan
18
comment Why use “his” in association with the word “mankind”?
I think a lot of people would still use his or her for a dog. But it's hard to think of an inanimate example of something getting used to surroundings.
Jan
11
comment word to describe one's ability to speak truthfully in a given situation
truthiness, of course...
Jan
3
comment Is this sentence ambiguous?
Exactly, and since they correct interpretation that the lessor uses is the second one, it's in my best interest, so I don't really care to argue.
Jan
3
awarded  Student
Jan
3
asked Is this sentence ambiguous?
Dec
14
comment Is there a word for four times as much, analogous to once, twice, and thrice?
Quince is already a fruit. But good thing he didn't throw a quince at you.
Dec
13
awarded  Scholar
Dec
13
accepted Could “are he” be correct?
Dec
13
comment Could “are he” be correct?
I meant nobody says "about which is he talking" in casual conversation. Everyone does say "which is he talking about." I guess I was a bit confusing there.
Dec
13
comment Could “are he” be correct?
Thanks for clarifying. English is messed up, even when it's correct.