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comment Is there a word similar to “condolences” that doesn't involve death?
I only marked it as correct because you are right about condolences and I hate that this is STILL open. I'm pretty sure the english language doesn't have a better phrase than "my condolences" that works in every context. I will likely just say something like "I feel for you".
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comment Term for “constantly unsatisfied soul”
lol, stupid pop culture. If anything, correctly it hints that the person has urges that can't be satisfied, rather than being able to easily control whether you follow through with satisfying your wants or not. Considering what I've said, I realize "slightly unsatisfied" is too weak for insatiable.
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comment Term for “constantly unsatisfied soul”
Thanks, I knew about that, but didn't think to check it when I couldn't format new lines properly. Sometimes my brain does that. Thanks for the reminder.
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comment Is there a word similar to “condolences” that doesn't involve death?
Haha, fair enough. I have heard people use the phrase before, so I thought you may have been serious. Also it does tend to work for people, it's just risky.
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comment Is there a word similar to “condolences” that doesn't involve death?
I've managed to build a nice reputation of never offending people, unless they deserve it. The specific words I use are important for keeping that reputation =P.
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comment Is there a word similar to “condolences” that doesn't involve death?
@Robusto "I feel your pain" is a dangerous phrase to say to some people. If you have personally went through the same thing they have, then you have some reason to believe you can understand there pain, however if you have not, some people may feel offended that you think you not only understand the pain, but you apparently "feel" the pain, when they believe it is something most people would not be able to bare.
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comment Why is the plural acronym “CSS” treated as singular?
Great answer. An example i would use to show how it makes sense is: "The CSS language is well received" If you read out the acronym you will probably say Cascading Style Sheet, without the plural, because there is no need for it when describing it as a language. The problem is CSS allows for and is most often used with many files, or sheets, so when a website uses CSS it uses many CSS. [See what i did there with the last phrase ;)]
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comment Term for “constantly unsatisfied soul”
Haha! Apparently you need 2 spaces after every line to create a new line after it.