• 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'.
    45 answers · 4 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.
    12 answers · 2 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.
    8 answers · 10 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 · 1 day 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 · 5 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 · 22 hours 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?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • What does "at the alter" mean?

    Head above water by Avril Lavigne God, keep my head above water Don t let me drown, it gets harder I ll meet you there at the altar As I fall down to my knees I couldnt find alter as a noun in my dictionary, could you please tell me the meaning?
    Head above water by Avril Lavigne God, keep my head above water Don t let me drown, it gets harder I ll meet you there at the altar As I fall down to my knees I couldnt find alter as a noun in my dictionary, could you please tell me the meaning?
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • What is the meaning of perimeter?

    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is the difference between these two statements: "All atheists are such and such" and "Atheists are such and such"?

    Best answer: The addition of the word "all" makes it a sweeping or absolute statement. On other topics that would decrease the likelihood of the statement being correct, but since the only commonality when it comes to atheism is a disbelief in deities both statements in this case would be either false or outright... show more
    Best answer: The addition of the word "all" makes it a sweeping or absolute statement. On other topics that would decrease the likelihood of the statement being correct, but since the only commonality when it comes to atheism is a disbelief in deities both statements in this case would be either false or outright lies. Unless the statement is "All atheists are disbelievers in deities."
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is my sentence correct?

    Best answer: All of the below are correct: I don't have as much soup as butter. I don't have as much soup as I have butter. I don't have as many grams of soup as I have of butter. I don't have as many grams of soup as I have grams of butter. Second example.... I don't have as much coffee as tea. I... show more
    Best answer: All of the below are correct:

    I don't have as much soup as butter.
    I don't have as much soup as I have butter.
    I don't have as many grams of soup as I have of butter.
    I don't have as many grams of soup as I have grams of butter.

    Second example....
    I don't have as much coffee as tea.
    I don't have as much coffee as I have tea.
    I don't have as many cups of coffee as I have of tea.
    I don't have as many cups of coffee as I have cups of tea.

    Are you composing a test? Then put T or F? or True or False? at the end of any of the above. Example:

    I don't have as much coffee as I have tea. T or F?
    I don't have as much coffee as I have tea. True or False?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • What the difference between "Pride" and "Arrogance"?

    Best answer: Pride has multiple usages: it can mean being conscientious about one's craft; it can mean satisfaction; it can mean stubborn adherence to what we think is best (especially in ourselves.) Arrogance is always the last of those with an implication of being outspoken about it. The examples you give can both be... show more
    Best answer: Pride has multiple usages: it can mean being conscientious about one's craft; it can mean satisfaction; it can mean stubborn adherence to what we think is best (especially in ourselves.)

    Arrogance is always the last of those with an implication of being outspoken about it.

    The examples you give can both be covered by arrogance. Being conceited makes clear which form of "proud" it is.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can you help me with English please?

    Best answer: It means the common, usual, expected set of rules. Remember, there are 3-D chess boards and Star Trek chess boards and other unusual arrangements.
    Best answer: It means the common, usual, expected set of rules. Remember, there are 3-D chess boards and Star Trek chess boards and other unusual arrangements.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is Hell a bad word but not heck?

    Best answer: It's a gosh darn mystery to me.
    Best answer: It's a gosh darn mystery to me.
    20 answers · 7 days ago
  • I love the urban lifestyle I lead what is the meaning of lead?

    Best answer: "Leading a life" of any sort is a fixed expression. You cannot really consider "lead" on its own in that context. There are many such "fixed expressions" in English, and probably in your own language also.
    Best answer: "Leading a life" of any sort is a fixed expression. You cannot really consider "lead" on its own in that context. There are many such "fixed expressions" in English, and probably in your own language also.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • What rhymes with “DisCombobulate”??

    Best answer: Percolate
    Best answer: Percolate
    6 answers · 2 days ago