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Some of the things they say may sound complimentary on the surface, but this is a city. “God bless,” “Good morning,” and “Have a nice day” are all looking for a response. IF she had responded in any way whatsoever, the guys would’ve keep talking and following her. They would either try to solicit sex or ask for a dollar -and it never stops at just a dollar. Women know that.
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When my youngest daughter was seven, she trick-or-treated in a Darth Vader costume. She was smaller than most 5-year-olds, so we got a lot of comments on how cute "he" was. Then I called her by her name once and the whole crowd around us gasped, "It's a girl!" But I think that made it even better for them.
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Neatorama was never totally dumb, useless, or incomprehensible, so we can't blame those things.

When Alex "started up" Neatorama in 2005, everyone and his brother were starting a blog -millions, in fact. To have just survived this long is downright amazing. Remind me someday to write a chronology.
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At first I thought, "I should try this! The doorbell wakes me from a nap way too often!" Then I realized that the most likely doorbell ringers are the grandkids, and they can't read yet. They also like to push the button over and over until someone opens the door.
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When women say they are sorry, they can mean any number of things, like
1. I feel sorry for you.
2. Could you repeat that? I didn't hear you.
3. Could you repeat that? I can't believe you said that.
4. I'm about to tell you something you don't want to hear.
and, occasionally
5. I apologize.
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Looks like the ranking is all in how you categorize these foods. Notice there are no sausages. Salami, bratwurst, liverwurst, pepperoni, breakfast patties, and the like are supposedly listed separately, but if they were grouped as "sausage," you'd see it in this list, I'd bet.
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Regarding #3 at the link: I never cared one way or another whether someone said "more than 100" vs. "over 100." But it used to drive me nuts reading ad copy and seeing "Over 21 items on sale!" What does that mean? 22 items? It's just silly. "Over" or "more than" makes sense when followed by a big round number like 100 or 1000, but if you get more specific than that, you may as well get specific and exact.
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Yeah, certain dialects. I hear this all the time: "Where are you located at?"

If you drop the preposition, it has the same meaning. "Where are you located?"

Common sense tells me that you're still being redundant. You could just say, "Where are you?"

None of this will change in Southeast Kentucky. The only people I have any business correcting are my kids and those I supervise in my job. And they all have better grammar skills than I have!
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At first I thought: How can this be realistic? It's only two minutes long! But I see the video courteously included flash forwards. When I have to call certain services, I have to schedule it and get work done ahead of time to allow enough time for a PHONE CALL ...and make sure my phone batteries are charged.
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Why are mini Hershey’s ranked so low? They are darned expensive! I can’t believe Skittles, Nerds, and Sour Patch ranked higher than almost all the chocolate bars!

Trick-or-treaters who don't like chocolate are welcome to donate to the nearest adult. And remember kids, y’all are lucky to get any free candy at all.
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