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A Persian from the land of Iran/Persia which is located between Caspian Sea in the north and Persian Gulf in the south.

Please support my proposal:

Scuba Diving!

And one thing weird and funny to know:

Christianity site of SE is blocked in Iran and I have to pass the filtering and experience many difficulties to ask my questions and satisfy my curiosity about!


Feb
11
comment Is “catch up” used in formal language as in “We will catch up sometime”?
I found many examples in different usages but all informal as you can easily find in "urban dictionary". What was your context and what did you want to say by this?
Feb
11
comment Subscribed/unsubscribed
It helped me too! I think if some of users not be in a rush to close a topic or down vote it quickly and take a deep breath for about 5 minutes before slamming the door on new users' noses, people can find their answers and responders can find themselves useful for the main reason of this site! ;)
Feb
11
comment Is there a better way to refer to “Real Life” when chatting online?
It is clear in your topic. Sometimes when you hear a word/phrase repeatedly from the others even if you dislike it you think to it.
Feb
11
comment Is there a better way to refer to “Real Life” when chatting online?
So why did you think to this? :)
Feb
11
comment Can “the least I could do” be negative?
In my motherhood language (Farsi/Persian) it is a very common compliment and positive as your first idea. It is better to be optimist in this case! If your audiences know about your friend's nationality may can help more. Culture Always meets language but sometimes hugs it! :)
Feb
10
comment Is there a better way to refer to “Real Life” when chatting online?
Why do you want to add "in real life" in your conversation? Easily you could say "face to face" or "out of here". If you want to discuss about what "real life" is and why internet can/cannot be a kind of it in some of people opinions or common conversations so it seems rational!
Feb
10
comment “to suspect” vs “to be suspicious of”
@FF Agree. I found it after searching.
Feb
10
revised What do R-rated and X-rated mean here?
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Feb
10
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Feb
10
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Feb
10
comment “to suspect” vs “to be suspicious of”
I found both by Googling in many examples so I have to start liking them against my real feeling. Seems there is no special differences.
Feb
10
comment “to suspect” vs “to be suspicious of”
My first sense after reading your sentences as a non native is I do not like both but I do not know why and try to find the reason by getting a help of dictionary! :)
Feb
10
comment Is the word 'request' by itself as polite form of asking for something?
A good example of appropriate question. May seems very simple and basic at first look but It is not! Thanks!
Feb
10
revised What does “sweet spot” mean?
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Feb
10
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Feb
10
comment What does “sweet spot” mean?
@ Jon :)) Surely you are right! Thanks for nice advice!
Feb
9
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9
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Feb
9
answered What does the phrase “trying to snow” mean?