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Dec
18
comment A significant amount of zombies were detected in your city
You sure are putting a lot of faith in my ability to kill zombies. I think it would be far more appropriate to say I could count the number of zombies feasting on me. Until there is nothing left to feast on, then my ghost does the counting instead.
Dec
9
comment What is a word or phrase that means “cut off from the outdoors”?
Given OP is sitting at a desk in the middle of an office building, the metaphoric strength of this answer hits pretty close to home...
Dec
3
comment Is there an English word for a woman who has recently given birth?
@user568458 You may be correct, but it seems postnatal should mean toddler. When I was born, being premature, I was rushed to a local neonatal facility, implying not only was I natal, but I was in the early stages of nativity, not anything close to postnatal. I could see something like postfetal, since I'm no longer a fetus once I'm out of the womb, though.
Nov
3
comment What is someone called who makes and sells sandwiches?
As far as mass-produced subs go, yeah they're okay. But I think your current wording is the best: there's nothing incredibly artistic about them. Now, the executive chefs that designed them, when considering how they look, taste, cost, and how easy they are to prepare, that could be considered art. But that would make the teenagers doing the preparing just laborers, not artists.
Nov
3
comment What is someone called who makes and sells sandwiches?
I'm told it's artist but I am not 100% convinced.
Oct
31
comment Card with 10 tickets. What is it called?
@Joe OP's profile says he's Swedish, so I would expect a European context.
Oct
29
comment Word for an animal that has been ridden too much?
PETA would call such an animal "an animal".
Sep
29
comment Why isn't a definite article used before “a labyrinth”?
I tend to think of English as being a very strict set of rules, each of which has the caveat at the end "except when it isn't".
Sep
26
comment “A healthy amount” of sugar… so… no sugar? =(
I have a hard time believing the close votes that this is an opinion based question. It's rooted in the definition. In fact, @StorymasterQ answered the question in his comment referring to MW definition 4(b), I just haven't had time to turn that into an answer (Q if you did turn that into an answer I would probably accept it).
Sep
26
comment “A healthy amount” of sugar… so… no sugar? =(
I suppose if we're on the topic of my personal coffee habits and not the word itself... I do add two glugs of milk. Real milk, not the white-colored-water known as skim.
Sep
26
comment “A healthy amount” of sugar… so… no sugar? =(
@user3058846 wouldn't that be that the relationship is in good health?
Sep
26
comment “A healthy amount” of sugar… so… no sugar? =(
I need my job's benefits package to stay healthy. I need to get work done to keep my job. I need coffee to get work done. I need sugar to enable me to drink coffee. In the long run, it's healthier!!
Sep
26
asked “A healthy amount” of sugar… so… no sugar? =(
Sep
17
comment Is there a good word for a square-rectangle relationship?
@Grady I think saying every pair is a bit of hypobole. I mean... crap...
Aug
26
comment A word for converting numbers to (number / 1000) + K
I can't seem to find anything on the Internet using "dot com numbers". Is that a phrase localized to some place?
Aug
12
comment What is the “‑cide” word for killing one’s husband?
What happened from 1840 to 1860 that made people talk about matricide? Wtf?
Aug
7
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Aug
5
comment What is a word that means “someone who pretends to be your friend but is actually your enemy?”
I don't know if this is coincidence or not, but I've only ever seen this in cases where money or a reward was involved.
Aug
1
comment Meaning of “Mr Right's first name is Always”
It's tough because this relies on two pop culture/colloquial expressions in order to make the joke. But like they say, if you have to explain the joke, there is no joke.
Jul
25
comment Why is Gilt a word when we have Gilded? Is this town big enough for the both of them?
In all honesty, Edwin, I only hear "speeded" from schoolchildren and I never hear "bended". I will admit to having heard "burnt" and "burned" - usually, "burnt" when describing food and "burned" for everything else. I bet that has an interesting history just like Gild.