577 reputation
19
bio website facebookanswers.co.uk
location
age
visits member for 1 year, 9 months
seen Sep 1 at 9:35

Apr
7
comment Differences between slang words for breasts
So what? Boob tube might be a slang word in the States, but in the UK it ISN'T a slang word.
Feb
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
23
awarded  Yearling
Dec
31
comment Idiom or word for a very crowded place
Not really, as though chocker is an abbreviated form of chock-a-block, it is a different word, and somebody who would say chocker wouldn't necessarily say chock-a-block.
Dec
30
answered Idiom or word for a very crowded place
Jul
1
comment Differences between slang words for breasts
boob tube isn't localised slang. Neither is get on someone's tits.
Jun
28
comment Why we always use “Listening to music” why not “Listening music”?
Oh for Heaven's sake, its obvious what they were asking.
Jun
28
comment Why we always use “Listening to music” why not “Listening music”?
Thats a valid point. You could say the same about painting something too. "The artist was painting Obama". I don't know why the question was downvoted as I think it is entirely valid.
Jun
28
answered Why we always use “Listening to music” why not “Listening music”?
Jun
25
answered Is there English counterpart(s) to Japanese old saying, “Present salt to your enemy.”?
Jun
6
comment What is the meaning of “build off of”?
Do you have any statistical proof to back up your downvote? And shouldn't it be "who object to"? And who am I to start a sentence with and?
Mar
11
comment A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
How about "to proof" then, being short for "Ready to proof"?
Mar
11
comment A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
I have amended my answer to include a designer-friendly alternative.
Mar
11
revised A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
Added another suggestion based on comment.
Mar
8
answered A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
Feb
12
revised What does “ Rape someone's mind” mean?
added 241 characters in body
Feb
12
answered What does “ Rape someone's mind” mean?
Feb
9
comment Install on, install in, install to
Never mind, I did "install to a PC" and "install to a computer" (including the quotes) and they were indeed more popular than "install on a pc" etc. I have to say that surprised me, as the use of "to" sounds off to me. Perhaps its country specific?
Feb
9
comment Install on, install in, install to
What simple google did you perform?
Feb
9
answered Install on, install in, install to