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  November 2023     3 days ago

Latest Entries: 207 total

please eat mom's delicious apple strudelsA common mnemonic that is used to help people remember the order of operations when calculating mathematical equations (² x / + -), in the PEMDAS order: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtractionadded
22 days ago
popcorn every monday donuts always sundayA common mnemonic that is used to help people remember the order of operations when calculating mathematical equations (² x / + -), in the PEMDAS order: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtractionadded
22 days ago
people everywhere made decisions about sumsA common mnemonic that is used to help people remember the order of operations when calculating mathematical equations (² x / + -), in the PEMDAS order: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtractionadded
22 days ago
pudgy elves may demand a snackA common mnemonic that is used to help people remember the order of operations when calculating mathematical equations (² x / + -), in the PEMDAS order: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtractionadded
22 days ago
bada bing bada boomjust like that--just that fast; quickly, simply, easily, predictably the desired outcome is achieved; shortened version of bada bing, bada bang, bada boom; even shorter version is: bada bingadded
22 days ago
rise above your raisin's (raisings)become better than how you were raised; "Rise above your raisin's" is how you pronounce the phrase because in southern expressions, the "g" sound in words ending in "ing" is usually not spoken); rise above your raisingsadded
22 days ago
the rain in spain stays mainly in the plainEnglish people use this phrase to try to "correct" people's accents to speak what they like to call "proper" English by changing the way words in this sentence are pronounced.added
22 days ago
shake a leghurry upadded
1 month ago
truer words have never been spokenI agree that what was just said is trueadded
1 month ago
news to methis is the first time I have heard that; something said after someone just told you something you didn't know before; often said like this: "That's news to me", "It's news to me" or for short, "News to me"added
1 month ago

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I'm not sure how much it's really an affectionate term. It's not a particularly flattering thing to say, but it probably depends on how the significant other feels about it

4 months ago

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What's the correct spelling of this? I always heard it pronounced like "Puddin' Tame. Ask me again and I'll tell you the same." Maybe Pud and Tame? Pood and tame? Pudding tame? Puddin Tame? 

7 months ago

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