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revised Why does “footing the bill” mean “to pay”?
Adding etymology tag
Apr
13
revised What term would best describe a need for friendship?
clarification
Apr
13
comment What term would best describe a need for friendship?
@Centaurus Yes, they are two separate things. Sorry that isn't clear from the quote, I will try to clear that up.
Apr
13
asked What term would best describe a need for friendship?
Apr
3
answered Sabotaging through purposeful procrastination
Mar
17
answered A more formal word for 'Screwed.'
Mar
12
answered An appropriate term for the 'contamination' of a language
Mar
12
answered An appropriate term for the 'contamination' of a language
Mar
6
revised Are there English variations to ask people to smile other than “Say cheese!” when taking a picture of others?
Truly horrific typographical erro
Mar
6
comment Something that is easy to learn, but rewarding to master
In the time it took you to write that into LMGTFY, you could've added it to your own answer and greatly improved it in the process. Even then, the results are less than legible. ;) Maybe try looking for a good reference and citing it before assuming one is very easy to find.
Mar
6
comment Something that is easy to learn, but rewarding to master
I do like that idea. But do you have a reference for the term "rewards curve" as part of what a Learning Curve is?
Mar
6
comment Something that is easy to learn, but rewarding to master
@ermanen That IS the exact quality I'm trying to find a good word or phrase for, but I'm not sure if one exists.
Mar
6
comment Something that is easy to learn, but rewarding to master
@ermanen Not all games work that way though. And this isn't about a game, but about a specific role within that game. As a counter-example, playing Spy or Sniper is very difficult and unrewarding when you're just beginning, but can be...very difficult and unrewarding. But a Soldier is useful to the team when you start, and incredibly complex and enjoyable as an expert.
Mar
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asked Something that is easy to learn, but rewarding to master
Mar
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awarded  Good Answer
Mar
5
answered What word describes a person's worst flaw?
Mar
4
awarded  Civic Duty
Mar
4
answered Opposite of Envy
Mar
4
comment Adverb position in app notification
@IanMacDonald It is, but it also reaffirms to the user that their request to delete the room was successful. In this case, I think the repetitiveness is helpful.
Mar
4
awarded  Nice Answer