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Dec
18
comment Vulgar way of saying “he killed himself”
"Fucked" > "fucked up", but neither implies certain death.
Dec
18
comment Vulgar way of saying “he killed himself”
This is not really vulgar by current norms.
Dec
18
comment Vulgar way of saying “he killed himself”
I think both are acceptable mobspeak. ;-)
Dec
18
comment Vulgar way of saying “he killed himself”
I think this is typically used in relation to suicide.
Dec
18
comment Vulgar way of saying “he killed himself”
I think it is fascinating that proper English doesn't really have a vulgar word for death. We have to look to slang for something anywhere close to what OP wants.
Dec
18
comment Vulgar way of saying “he killed himself”
No, not really. The OP said the character killed himself, so I was assuming it was his fault. Perhaps the OP can clarify whether it is an unfortunate accident or the result of poor decisions.
Dec
18
comment “Be not” or “is not”?
Well played, tchrist. :-) I'll assume you are referring to the possibly extraneous second comma that I left in. I deleted the one obvious unnecessary comma, but I left the second possible unnecessary one in because it does affect the reading and meaning slightly, and I didn't know which the OP intended.
Dec
15
comment Word for “person that I supervise”
@Jim, good point. Perhaps someone with Greek or Latin fluency can make up a word for us with the precise meaning OP intended.