Reputation
1,782
Next privilege 2,000 Rep.
Edit questions and answers
Badges
1 10 19
Newest
 Yearling
Impact
~258k people reached

Jun
20
answered Should it (always) be “contact me” or (sometimes) “contact with me”?
Jun
20
comment What is the meaning of “zen is the art of being at one with the two'ness”
Although not widely accepted as a "real" dictionary, Wiktionary defines twoness as: The state of being two; duality.
Jun
20
answered Should I use a comma before “and” or “or”?
Jun
20
comment How to affectionately call someone who is always moaning/whinging?
Honestly, I think it has a lot more to do with how you say it than what exactly you're saying. Any of the answers given below, if said in anger, would have a much stronger negative connotation than if said gently or jokingly.
Jun
19
comment Did English ever have an informal version of “we”
Is "one" ever actually used in place of "I" or "we"?
Jun
19
answered Is saying “he's too thin to carry it (some very heavy stuff)” a euphemism?
Jun
19
awarded  Critic
Jun
17
answered What is the word for thinking a joke is both funny and bad (groan-worthy) at the same time?
Jun
17
revised When should we use “and” and/or “and/or”?
Added answer to additional question
Jun
17
answered What is the term used for saying if something increases/decreases it has no effect on another thing
Jun
17
awarded  Editor
Jun
17
revised Superlatives with “the”
Answer was based on misunderstanding of elative. Fixed that.
Jun
17
comment Superlatives with “the”
After your comments, I began re-investigating the elative, and have found that my understanding of the elative and superlative was mistaken. I will be altering my answer accordingly in a few minutes.
Jun
17
awarded  Supporter
Jun
17
answered Superlatives with “the”
Jun
17
answered Does “ducking” have anything to do with a canard?
Jun
17
awarded  Teacher
Jun
17
answered Use of “them” as an article, not a pronoun
Jun
17
answered When should we use “and” and/or “and/or”?
Jun
17
awarded  Autobiographer