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comment “If I was” or “If I were”. Which is more common, and which is correct?
@Nicole, allora non parla cosi con i terroni, polentone :)
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comment A word or idiom for being offended for someone else
@JoeMcMahon, true, but what you're describing is not 'being offended'.
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answered Why is “forward slash” not spelled “forwardslash”?
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comment One word for “a one-eyed person”
Just as an aside: in French there is borgne, manchot, unijambiste, and even cul-de-jatte :)
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revised Meaning of “curled” in a sentence
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answered Meaning of “curled” in a sentence
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comment How can I distinguish “can” & “can't” from pronunciation?
@Kris. It is now :)
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comment Is there a non-sexual phrase for sleeping with someone?
To pursue the baby lode, you could try 'co-sleeping', I guess. Might have the advantage of tripping your listener's train of thought for long enough for them to forget about the double-entendres... :)