Daniel

Pencilveinea

Apparently, this user prefers to keep an air of mystery about themselves?

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answered What am I doing wrong while finishing drywall inside corners?
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comment Phrase when you offer someone something but it's really them who are paying for it
I think this is the best shot as far as English idioms.
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comment Phrase when you offer someone something but it's really them who are paying for it
I realize that some of those twelve instances are duplicates, but I find a few more by searching cigar from his own box
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answered Phrase when you offer someone something but it's really them who are paying for it
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comment How did "sinister", the Latin word for "left-handed", get its current meaning?
@Nemo That is interesting. I wonder which language first normalized the use of "sinister" with the meaning "evil".
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comment Does "renege" have any racial overtones, or is it otherwise offensive?
Some people are more willing to fight when they're right than others. Others prefer to drop it.
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