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RedSonja
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38 votes

What's the most commonly used opposite of "I'm happy for you"?

10 votes

What do you call a person who tends to be assigned to a project when the project is struggling?

9 votes

Is this toilet sign, "Please leave the toilet properly," correct?

7 votes

A British idiom describing ordinary people?

6 votes

The deliberate use of misleading terminology

6 votes
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What does “black” mean in this case?

5 votes

Is "to have an albatross around one's neck" in common modern usage?

3 votes

Can the word 'undress' be used to describe breaking down a situation?

2 votes

What type of humor would racist and sexist jokes be categorized into?

1 vote

Idiom for situation where you can either gain a lot or lose a lot

1 vote

A word that means: "to break someone's lie"? I want to aggressively point out that she or he is lying

1 vote

Scheinsicherheit (ger) -> pseudo safety?

1 vote

a frantic 24 hours

1 vote

Would you modernise Ætheling as Etheling, Aetheling or Atheling? Why?

0 votes

Using colon and semi-colon in a list

0 votes

Is "this is the first time I'll be taking the exam" right?

0 votes

Adjective to describe the intentionally slow U.S. legislative process

0 votes

What is the meaning of "a cool hand"?