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35 votes

What is the meaning of the idiom "cat's in the cradle"?

29 votes

What do you call a person who uses vulgar words too often?

13 votes

Is "faff" well understood outside Britain?

5 votes

Is it still an "ice cream cone" if it doesn't have ice cream?

4 votes

Word meaning "to begin simple but to become complex"

3 votes

Neutral alternative to "deny" to mean "assert the untruth [of a claim]"

3 votes

Does anyone use both "whinge" and "whine?"

2 votes

Thrice or triple?

2 votes

Is there any curse/ swear equivalent for this Persian curse? " May your head be covered by soil!"

2 votes

Which is correct: "drive safe" or "drive safely"?

1 vote

Are doggie bags still asked for?

1 vote

Should I say "ATM" or "cashpoint" in the UK?

0 votes

Why is "You’ve brought a knife to a gun fight" considered to be a mixed metaphor?

0 votes

Feminism being referred to as equality for all, as opposed to equality for women