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comment When could you take the “Urban Dictionary” seriously?
@StoneyB I agree with you about "play" and that should not to force it be under any authority because it can hide everything which we want to know as it can be a mirror of society which people from every degree of intelligence and sophistication can find themselves through it. Anyway I wanted to know if there is any measure or sample to find how much we can take this serious and use it as a cultural,sociological language or only some jokes.I like answers in comments and find them useful however they don't answer my question directly but as it stands in closevotes it'll go to die! Authority!:(
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comment When could you take the “Urban Dictionary” seriously?
Closevoters: Could you please add a comment too?
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comment When could you take the “Urban Dictionary” seriously?
@MετάEd I didn't ask how can I effect on this. I asked something else... And another matter that voting is not a trusted method of finding true and false. The reason is clear... :)
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comment What are different kinds of shops based on the size, structure and location?
@J.R. WOW! What a good dictionary for this purpose. Thanks a lot! I needed it.
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revised What are different kinds of shops based on the size, structure and location?
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revised Which one is correct in the context:“have” Or “has”
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comment What does the expression 'justified for him his own idea' mean?
@Mynamite But I do not see any misspelling here to refer it to the eye dialect trick! Maybe you mean a bad writing on purpose to describe a special character which is very usual in writings of serious writers that is not called eye dialect.
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comment Difference between “technically possible” and “physically possible”?
Yes,surely it needs! :)
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comment One word noun for “rule-follower”
@Charles My own high school spy was so! She was like a populist politician.
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revised How should this be read?
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