• What word or phrase really annoys you?

    I find it annoying when people say 'anyways', or 'butttuh' (instead of but uh). "But uh' would be annoying also, but not NEARLY as annoying as 'but tuh'.
    I find it annoying when people say 'anyways', or 'butttuh' (instead of but uh). "But uh' would be annoying also, but not NEARLY as annoying as 'but tuh'.
    48 answers · 6 days ago
  • “When someone insults you, consider it a reflection of them, not you.” Somebody explain this saying?

    For example if I call someone boring.. how does that mean I am boring. How does this reflect me. I don’t get it. So when someone insults me and I insult them back by saying they are bitter. Does me saying they are a bitter mean i am bitter? Please explain this saying.
    For example if I call someone boring.. how does that mean I am boring. How does this reflect me. I don’t get it. So when someone insults me and I insult them back by saying they are bitter. Does me saying they are a bitter mean i am bitter? Please explain this saying.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do you count corn in english?

    How do you count corn in english?

    Best answer: you count corn by cobs or ears (in this example) or by kernels. Corn is the plant, not the individual fruits of the plant. Ears of corn is more commonly applied to the unshucked corn as picked off the plant, and cob to the ear when the cover has been removed (as in this picture). Actually, the cob is what is... show more
    Best answer: you count corn by cobs or ears (in this example) or by kernels. Corn is the plant, not the individual fruits of the plant. Ears of corn is more commonly applied to the unshucked corn as picked off the plant, and cob to the ear when the cover has been removed (as in this picture). Actually, the cob is what is left after you remove the kernels but it is also used to mean (imprecisely) the ear before you eat it. Those things in the picture are actually ears of corn, corn on the cob.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • What does “confound” mean in this sentence?

    “The medical disease, diabetes mellitus, that frequently confounds hypertension, adding significantly to its overall morbidity and mortality”
    “The medical disease, diabetes mellitus, that frequently confounds hypertension, adding significantly to its overall morbidity and mortality”
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it gramamtically correct to say "I was born on June 1st, 1970? What are the alternatives?

    Best answer: In was born on the first day of June in 1970
    "I was born on June 1, 1970
    My birthdate is June 1, 1970
    June 1, 1970, is my birthday.
    Best answer: In was born on the first day of June in 1970
    "I was born on June 1, 1970
    My birthdate is June 1, 1970
    June 1, 1970, is my birthday.
    5 answers · 3 hours ago
  • I’m really starting to fear all the troubles in the word.?

    I’m starting to get sacared of everything! Namely over populated. Help me calm down!
    I’m starting to get sacared of everything! Namely over populated. Help me calm down!
    5 answers · 17 hours ago
  • What does BBC mean? If this is perverted I am sorry.?

    Best answer: A few things in this case it was BIG black c0ck. But BIG BLOCK CHEVY BRITISH BROADCASTING COMPANY So depends on context. If I were talking cars BBC is a big Chevy engine. Father Brown is British Broadcasting. I don't suffer from pen!s envy. If he talks like that to you again slap him. He's a POS and... show more
    Best answer: A few things in this case it was BIG black c0ck.
    But BIG BLOCK CHEVY
    BRITISH BROADCASTING COMPANY
    So depends on context. If I were talking cars BBC is a big Chevy engine. Father Brown is British Broadcasting. I don't suffer from pen!s envy.
    If he talks like that to you again slap him. He's a POS and deserves it
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is the phrase "so what???" used by teenagers?

    the phrase "so what??". it is the expression of a teenager of being persistence and stubborn?
    the phrase "so what??". it is the expression of a teenager of being persistence and stubborn?
    15 answers · 6 days ago
  • Do we say "I am studying at Oxford University" or "I study at Oxford University." if I am still a student there?

    Best answer: Both are correct, but the first is more usual.
    Best answer: Both are correct, but the first is more usual.
    4 answers · 3 hours ago
  • What does "again" mean?

    In the following sentence does again mean 1.5 times? Is this a comon usage of again? a. This tower is half as tall again as that building. b. This tower is half again as tall as that building.
    In the following sentence does again mean 1.5 times? Is this a comon usage of again? a. This tower is half as tall again as that building. b. This tower is half again as tall as that building.
    5 answers · 18 hours ago
  • How does the word "Market Day" make you feel? What do you imagine?

    Best answer: I enjoy the buzz of markets, so the phrase makes me feel quite cheerful. I think of a street or square full of stalls, and people busily buying and selling fruit, vegetables, meats, cheeses, clothing, household goods, and all kinds of junk and even antiques.
    Best answer: I enjoy the buzz of markets, so the phrase makes me feel quite cheerful. I think of a street or square full of stalls, and people busily buying and selling fruit, vegetables, meats, cheeses, clothing, household goods, and all kinds of junk and even antiques.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is meant by dark?

    People have told me recently that they didn't like someone who I knew. They said when they met him that they didn't get good vibes and thought he was dark. What does this mean?
    People have told me recently that they didn't like someone who I knew. They said when they met him that they didn't get good vibes and thought he was dark. What does this mean?
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is the P word actually a swear word?

    I'm referring to the word "p#ss" (you likely know what I mean). I hear this word tossed around so casually in schools and on movies catered to young people. I may utter the F word or some other word when I'm angry, but I have never uttered the P word and took some peace from it. The P word... show more
    I'm referring to the word "p#ss" (you likely know what I mean). I hear this word tossed around so casually in schools and on movies catered to young people. I may utter the F word or some other word when I'm angry, but I have never uttered the P word and took some peace from it. The P word sounds very rude, obnoxious and domineering - I just can't say it.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • A 7-letter word that starts with the letter i and contains letters s,p,u,e,m,t.?

    Best answer: Impetus
    Imputes
    Best answer: Impetus
    Imputes
    4 answers · 2 days ago