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Jan
15
comment The meaning of phrase of “To wilf”
"Man, have you seen that chick Joe married in Vegas, she's definitely a WILF."
Dec
22
answered Antonym for “discombobulate”
Nov
21
comment Why is the term “depressed” often used to describe a button which is pressed?
@endolith Press-up - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Push-up
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Aug
12
accepted Is there such a thing as an unvoiced vowel?
Aug
10
awarded  Good Answer
Aug
9
asked Is there such a thing as an unvoiced vowel?
Jul
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awarded  Famous Question
May
31
awarded  Nice Question
May
20
awarded  Custodian
May
20
reviewed Reviewed “A mice problem” vs. “a mouse problem”
May
20
reviewed No Action Needed That's all they pick on now. (To Have and Have Not by Hemingway)
May
13
revised What is one word to describe the person being called via phone?
removed derogatory language
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31
awarded  Yearling
Mar
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awarded  Necromancer
Jan
3
comment “He is I” vs “He is me”
I don't know about pretentious, but definitely awkward, or even weird. "Yes, I am" or even "I am he" sounds better to my ear
Nov
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
4
comment A word for blowing air into baby's tummy to make him(her) laugh
@cornbreadninja麵包忍者 I think that using this term could lead to confusion, or at least odd looks, as some people associate this term almost exclusively with derision.
Nov
4
answered what do you call the feeling of pain addict have before using drug?
Nov
4
comment A word for blowing air into baby's tummy to make him(her) laugh
Although the resulting sound is very similar, I don't think this is what the OP is looking for.