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comment What is a collective term for castles, citadels, forts, palaces etc.?
would you take e.g. cathedrals into account (or other possibly all religoius, aristocratic and military monuments)?
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comment Is “man with the monocle” an established idiom or just a figurative expression?
Sounds more like Col. Klink to me
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revised What is the origin of “your mother” as an answer to any question?
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comment Can the word “special” have a negative connotation?
"Well, yes, I am a mom. My kids are very special. So special, they go to special classes." GTA-VC
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comment What is the origin of “your mother” as an answer to any question?
@Brian Could you spell the Russian phrase? In fact, the use of "yo moma" or "deine mudda" might be derived from the vulgar version and lost that context somehow.
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comment What is the origin of “your mother” as an answer to any question?
@Brian Hopper I don't think so since it seems to be used even without the sexual context. As I described it can be used as answer to anything - just like 42 or meh.
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comment A word to describe “people I care about”
my crew sounds hierarchical wether our crew should fit