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Jun
29
comment What is deliberately using complex sentences to confuse people called?
@jpmc26 Then again, "obfuscation" is a fairly obfuscated word ;)
Jun
20
comment “Sir,' I said to the universe, 'I exist.' 'That,' said the universe, 'creates no sense of obligation in me whatsoever.”
This does sound very Douglas Adamsish (it's written in his style), but I don't recall reading anything like it in the (increasingly inaccurately named) Hitchhiker's Guide trilogy. Perhaps a different book?
May
31
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Feb
26
revised Word for something that is too idealistic and dangerous to pursue?
make it clearer that the paragraph was copy/pasted from Wikipedia
Feb
26
suggested approved edit on Word for something that is too idealistic and dangerous to pursue?
Feb
25
awarded  Famous Question
Dec
25
asked What's a term for “useless numbers or data”?
Nov
13
comment What do you call a frustrating and inexplicable ending?
The missing closing parenthesis is absolutely infuriating, but it's too small of an edit to suggest. >:O
Nov
8
comment Stress on noun + noun phrases
I like your third example.
Oct
27
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
23
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
19
comment How else can I express the concept of ' just to be on the safe side'
@TheodoreBroda Dictum semper quidem prudentiores Latine!
Jun
13
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May
31
awarded  Yearling
May
8
answered Single word to describe “make something worse”
Apr
29
accepted What is the name of the area of skin between the nose and the upper lip / mouth?
Apr
29
comment What is the name of the area of skin between the nose and the upper lip / mouth?
That's... quite a strange name. Is there any word that more commonly refers to each of these?
Apr
29
comment What is the name of the area of skin between the nose and the upper lip / mouth?
Okay, but then what is the "top half" of the lip called? The "upper lip" seems to me that it is referring to the part of the lip right above the mouth.
Apr
29
asked What is the name of the area of skin between the nose and the upper lip / mouth?