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May
17
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May
17
comment What makes “like” and “so” popular?
I have two non-native-English-speaking colleagues that use 'So' as a prefix to far too many sentences. Example, someone asks "How does this work?", and they start their reply with "So, uhh, it works like this". I find it annoying, ;).
Feb
8
comment What do “The cheese is baked into crust” and “Tweet one’s delight …” mean in the context of an article about Super Bowl XLV?
Now there's a sports reporter that secretly wants to be a literary author, ;D.
Jan
31
awarded  Teacher
Jan
31
answered “Viewer discretion is advised”