Prolagus commented on the word exaration
Also, in geology, the general process of glacial erosion.https://books.google.it/books?id=SfnSesBc-RgC&lpg=PA221&dq;="exaration" geology&pg=PA221#v=onepage&q=exaration&f=false
March 23, 2015
Prolagus commented on the word Fleischkäse
In a tunnel beneath Stuttgart railway station, your correspondent was startled and slightly nauseated by a large poster advertising a sandwich filled with Fleischkäse. Though a big fan of both meat and cheese, I could not help but find the name meat-cheese repellent, even aside from the fact that the picture featured a featureless pink slab that resembled neither meat nor cheese."When is cheese not cheese?" by Robert Lane Greene, The Economisthttp://www.economist.com/blogs/prospero/2015/03/johnson-food-words
March 19, 2015
Prolagus commented on the word corgi
February 8, 2015
Prolagus commented on the user Imawordsmith
Hi! The first word, geschenk, can be translated with no spaces as begift.
January 15, 2015
Prolagus commented on the list lost-for-word
ruzuzu, you're hitting the spot there. I need a word that does for the senses what neurotypical does for the brain/mind.(if only esthesiotypical weren't such an earsore...)
November 4, 2014
Hi! I have been looking for the proper word to describe someone who has no sensory disabilities, as opposed to those who live with one. I would like the word to imply little about both the able and the disabled other than the fact that the former can indeed use all senses while the others rely on at least one fewer.If there is a good word for that already, it would be perfect. If there is none, would you help me make one up? (pan-sensorial? able-sensed?)
October 29, 2014
Prolagus commented on the list scientific-papers-with-delightful-titles
September 30, 2014
Prolagus commented on the word pigpocketed
August 11, 2014
Prolagus commented on the list websites-we-have-known-and-loved
I was just invited to "like" MateInItaly, an exhibition about... maths (mate is short for maths in Italian). I asked the curators - turns out nobody had noticed the pun.
July 31, 2014
Prolagus commented on the word weenie
"When Walt (Disney) was developing DisneyLand in the early fifties he would frequently arrive home late in the evenings and would often enter his house through the kitchen ... Walt would sometimes grab a “weenie” from the refrigerator as he made his way through the kitchen and would share the hot dog with his dog Lady. He realized that she would follow him wherever he went when he was holding the hot dog because she knew he was going to share it with her.While developing the new theme park Walt remembered that he could lead the dog wherever he wanted with a “weenie”, so this is the term he coined for describing to his Imagineers how to get the guests to go to certain places and directions."http://www.themainstreetmouse.com/2013/05/13/whats-a-weenie/
July 16, 2014
Prolagus commented on the list not-funny
Wasn't there a haha response thread?(Typing from my phone)
May 27, 2014
Prolagus commented on the word ayo
Same in Sardinian! We usually spell it ajó.
May 3, 2014
Prolagus commented on the user ruzuzu
And so do I!But I don't understand how we are supposed to find this █████ comment box on one's profile.
February 21, 2014
Prolagus commented on the list •-prime-numbers-in-songs
Love your comment, ruzuzu.
October 29, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word 1993
There's a doggie coming here to eat nowWhich dated back to 1993I don't care what the people say becauseThat dog, he don't come around here anymore(Ode to LRC, by Band of Horses)
Prolagus commented on the list the-braggadocio-recipe
Keep commenting, guys! I'm asking for a trend.
October 25, 2013
Prolagus commented on the list remarkable-wikipedia-categories
Wonderful, thank you deinonychus!
June 18, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word instaminkia
In Italy, a bimbominkia or bimbominchia (f. bimbaminkia or bimbaminchia) is a... well, http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=bimbominkiaInstaminkia is used ironically by teenagers to tag their Instagram "selfies".
April 22, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word iphonesia
Often used to increase visibility by other people, though.
Prolagus commented on the word bedraggled
Hello to you!You are right in that it means "drenched in sweat"; this particular word for "drenched", however, is hardly ever used in any context other than that of exhaustion. That's what I meant - it seems to incorporate both senses of bedraggled in the mind of an Italian reader.
March 27, 2013
@Frog: madido di sudore!
I'll go with something along the lines of "covered in sweat", then. There's an Italian word that incorporates both exhaustion and sweat. (Ew!)Thanks! <3
March 26, 2013
"Four bedraggled porters came through the door, each one staggering under a huge load. They hauled a collection of trunks and large canvas bags."Given that there is no reference to the luggage being wet or soiled anywhere in the chapter, and that these are the porters of a moody and tyrannical woman, am I right in assuming the word is used to mean something like "exhausted/in poor conditions"? Or maybe "covered in sweat"?
Prolagus commented on the list one-person-s-holiday-is-another-s
Happy World Oral Health Day!
March 20, 2013
Prolagus commented on the list things-that-freak-me-out
March 16, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word herpestine
Bilby, you surely mean mes geese.
February 18, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word intercourse
According to Weirdnet, I haven't had one in quite a while. Who knew!
February 17, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word Former Popes Anonymous
I'm pretty sure the other guy at the meeting looks much frailer.
Prolagus commented on the word festino
In Italian this is a "party" in a more Berlusconian sense.
February 15, 2013
February 14, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word kolea
February 10, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word steganography
Happily for the paranoid, a trio of researchers reckon they have come up with a way to send secret messages via Skype without tipping off censors or intelligence agencies that something fishy is going on. The three, Wojciech Mazurczyk, Maciej Karas and Krzysztof Szczypiorski, who all work at the Warsaw University of Technology, made use of a technique called steganography, cryptography’s lesser-known, less glamorous cousin. Whereas cryptography relies on the brute force of mathematics to make messages unreadable, steganography relies on stealth and cunning to make them undetectable, by hiding them within other, innocent communications. (A classic example is writing in invisible ink between the lines of an ordinary letter.) That way, potential eavesdroppers are not even aware that a conversation is happening."Speaking with silence: Tinkering with Skype can allow people to send undetectable messages" - The Economisthttp://econ.st/WyHpdg
February 6, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word treacle
"I've had it done up lately," he explained, as he had explained for the past -- how many? -- weeks. "New carpet," and he pointed to the bright red carpet with a pattern of large white rings. "New furniture," and he nodded towards the massive bookcase and the table with legs like twisted treacle. "Electric heating!" He waved almost exultantly towards the five transparent, pearly sausages glowing so softly in the tilted copper pan.(The Fly, by Katherine Mansfield)I'm trying to figure out what the author means by twisted treacle.Could it be the way thick molasses flows, something like this?http://footage.shutterstock.com/clip-3042472-stock-footage-red-thick-liquid-in-a-super-slow-motion-flowing-against-a-white-background.html
February 1, 2013
Prolagus commented on the user kuiperscat
Don't trust the bilby, he forgot what dimenticare really means!
January 28, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word the united states of america
ooooh, I miss all of this so much. :)
January 27, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word █████
Blacked out? Which one?
Prolagus commented on the word bun
That woman has "shoulder-length, pale-brown hair", so I'd say no...
January 25, 2013
"Did you grow up in Kentucky?" he asked. He imagined her as a big-eyed child in a cotton shift, playing in some dusty, sunny alley, some rural Kentucky-like place. Funny she had grown up to be this wan little bun with too much makeup in black creases under her eyes."The girl on the plane", from "Because They Wanted to", by Mary GaitskillWhat would you say bun means in this context?
Prolagus commented on the word haha response
January 18, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word -ster
Just found out that the suffix -ster was originally "used to refer to woman doing a job normally performed by a man" as the GNU Webster's 1913 Dictionary definition says:http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/site/comments/sex_neutral_terms/This gives Webster itself a whole new meaning.
January 11, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word adelfisch
January 10, 2013
Prolagus commented on the word Goldacresque
This isn't going to be a Goldacresque run-down of study after study of evidence (although here's a handy Cochrane review for the nerds). What's so interesting about the antioxidant myth is its wider cultural and social dimension. Why is this perception so hard to shift? And is there anything we can do about it?From: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/jan/10/antioxidant-myth-easy-to-swallow(still too hard for me to type all html code for a proper link)
Prolagus commented on the word predundant
A word or expression that is repeated elsewhere in a text, but whose first occurrence, and not the following, should be removed.(I made it up this morning while translating what could become my first editorial translation if I manage to sell it)
December 22, 2012
Prolagus commented on the list latin-words-for-medical-prescription
sionnach - HA!
December 19, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word born to letter
I saw this tattoo on the internet (on graphic designer Jim Parkinson's body)http://welovetypography.com/post/8154and I wonder if there's a pun that I don't get. I have seen "born to ride" stickers with the same kind of design before – is that the original, or are both of them referring to some other "born to (...) + skull" concept I am unaware of?
Prolagus commented on the user feedback
:-) I think it would be a very nice addition. Thanks!
I don't know how to say it, but most forums have a toolbar at the edge of comment boxes. You type your comment, then you select the part you would like to see italicized, click "I" on the toolbar, and that bit of text is in italics now. You want to post a link? You type "check this out", select "this", click "link" on the toolbar, a window pops up, you paste your YouTube link, et voila, you still read "check this out" but the word "this" links to the YouTube video. Without me having to type all the HTML code.
Prolagus commented on the word Feedback
And I just used it, milosrdentsvi.
December 18, 2012
Hello Feedback,I would just like to say that I still find Wordnik quite messy.I simply can't find what I need, when I need it. And this is why I hardly ever use it, despite my love for the community.For instance, comment boxes; conversations arranged in a meaningful way on the community page (I'd like to see all recent comments posted to a word/list page somehow grouped together, not as distinct entries).I'd like to have collaborative lists that are not open to anyone, like we used to have in the YOW days.I'd like to have a quick-translate button (again, something we used to have) for a first hint about a word's meaning when I don't need anything sophisticated.And finally, and most urgent, I would really need something better than the 'feeling fancy' text suggesting how to use HTML. I think I said that before: a drop-down gizmo would be great. I don't even understand how to post some clickable text with a link anymore (see ë), and my computer skills are, I believe, above average.I'm not complaining, I'm actually concerned for you. If I ended up visiting Word Reference more often than I visit Wordnik, other people are probably doing so.
Prolagus commented on the word ter in die
laughing out at a reasonable volume!
Prolagus commented on the word ë
Prolagus commented on the list never-on-craigslist
I'm almost positive I found cryoturbation videos in the "adult" section. Or something like that.
December 10, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word napron
"n. An obsolete and more original form of apron." The Century Dictionary is such a trendsetter.
December 9, 2012
Prolagus commented on the list sweet-tooth-fairy
And then there's also my collaborative project sweet-tooth-fairy-dominoes.
Prolagus commented on the list ocrtifacts
A great alternative to scanno :)Hey, welcome to Wordnik!
December 6, 2012
Spent the past half-hour reading your lists and almost choking on them. Love you!
December 5, 2012
Prolagus commented on the list mr--pronunciations-bad-day
what was he eating when he recorded unfathomable?
Prolagus commented on the list top-500-shower-curtains
fluffy rainbow-colored unicorns frolicking in the surf with happy dolphins was added by ruzuzu and appears on just this listclan tartans that resemble waffle patterns, and vice-versa was added by bilby and appears on just this list
December 4, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word grangerise
See also grangerize. Or if you prefer, you can try gangerhize.
Prolagus commented on the word Faraday cagematch
Prolagus commented on the word catamite
Shevek's comment still makes me laugh out loud, as my roommate just found out.
December 2, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word terms of service
Which leads to a second question: Can a word be porno-graphic? Or just porno-logical?And which of the meanings of vulgar are the terms of service referring to?:)
October 10, 2012
I love that we have a translation of Wordnik's terms of service that people can actually understand! It's the first time I really read any ToS.Despite the mistake with the font size in the "Beta" section.
October 8, 2012
Too bad iced tea isn't there.
September 21, 2012
Überthanks guys! As usual, I added either your suggestion or something related I found while looking for the page you pointed out.
August 27, 2012
Prolagus commented on the list prolaguss-bucket-list
I haven't, but I'll try and find her!Thank you 'zu - this whole American experience has been wonderful, especially the first two years and the past few months, and I wish I could stay. Unfortunately, this is not possible.Let's hope the next adventure is... worth its price.
August 2, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word batmoose
July 9, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word speed of ketchup
Opposite of speed of light.
May 27, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word gatorade
I'm forcing myself not to look up the actual reason for the brand name. Madeupical etymologies can be much better.
Prolagus commented on the user gulyasrobi
It happens to everyone! Including a lot of us old Wordies. Hope you like it here!
May 23, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word webzine
When life gives you gators...
May 21, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word sequel
May 18, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word analrapist
Just watched the episode :)
May 17, 2012
Prolagus commented on the list dear-abby
Dear Abby,How can I convince the Wordnik gods to hire me?Signed,Visa About to Expire
*decorates hallux with sequins*
Are you sequelable?
May 16, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word glottal stop
Prolagus commented on the user chained_bear
May 14, 2012
deinonichus: your link led me to "scientific classification", which has a reference to Aristotle, whose page is under "beekeepers", which has a "Ukrainian beekeepers" subcategory.Thank you so much.
May 6, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word fictional invertebrates
One of the categories for the article on SpongeBob SquarePants.
May 2, 2012
Aww, thanks ruzuzu! Wonder which part made you think of me.
April 10, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word fanwanking
When continuity mistakes have been made, explanations are often proposed by either writers or fans to smooth over discrepancies. Fans sometimes make up explanations for such errors that may or may not be integrated into canon; this has come to be colloquially known as fanwanking (a term originally coined by the author Craig Hinton to describe excessive use of continuity). Often when a fan does not agree with one of the events in a story (such as the death of a favorite character) they will choose to ignore the event in question so that their enjoyment of the franchise is not diminished. When the holder of the intellectual property discards all existing continuity and starts from scratch it is known as rebooting. Fans call a less extreme literary technique that erases one episode the reset button.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuity_(fiction)#Dealing_with_errors
April 7, 2012
Prolagus commented on the user deepaksyal
April 3, 2012
And I less than three you! Miss you guys. You know how it feels sometimes, though... I visit often but can't find anything to add to the conversation.I really wish there was an easier way to follow threads. If you don't spend lots of time here, you have to open all links on the Zeitmunity page. There has to be a different way!
March 29, 2012
Prolagus commented on the list afghanistanbananastan
According to Google Chrome, "This page is in Swedish, would you like to translate it?"
March 21, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word Waiting for GHibbs : Wordie on a Slow Day
I thought this was filed under "hunting wabbits".
March 13, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word never put your banana in the refrigerator
Oh, I forgot!
March 12, 2012
Did I ever tell you that I found bilby's reddish bananas at the food coop where I volunteer? They are ok, firmer indeed, and less obviously sweet – or maybe just as sweet, only there's something else I can't quite describe.
Prolagus commented on the word mazel tov cocktail
March 5, 2012
Prolagus commented on the list •an-arsenal-for-civil-defunse-open-list
I'm afraid this is our fault:http://www.forbes.com/sites/andrewbender/2012/01/10/cakes-on-a-plane-cupcakegate-and-you/
Prolagus commented on the word cunt
February 28, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word peacock term
Words such as ((legendary, great, eminent, visionary, outstanding...)) often used without attribution to promote the subject of an article, while neither imparting nor plainly summarizing verifiable information.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style/Words_to_watch#Puffery
February 27, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word Kutzner 2001 Cancer
For Valentine's Day - Epithelial sheath neuroma3.0.CO;2-T/full">Kutzner H (2001) Cancer 91(4):804–805
February 23, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word fallopitarian
February 19, 2012
Prolagus commented on the list scariest-words-ever
February 16, 2012
Prolagus commented on the user shashamayo
Prolagus commented on the user JessIron
Hi, good luck on your dreams, but please don't SPAM us. Welcome to Wordnik!
February 15, 2012
Prolagus commented on the list southwest-package
Hello ExpatGrocer, maybe you mean well, but I wanted to warn you that at Wordnik we are very serious about what we eat. So please make sure you don't turn your Velveeta into Spam.
List of... walls?!
Prolagus commented on the word pugception
February 11, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word bible sheet
A spreadsheet showing all grades of a whole class, including the partial grades from homework and in-class tests.
February 8, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word zuzzurullone
January 27, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word blum–shub–smale machine
Deinonychus, are you familiar with the word iroquoisy and the iroquoisy list?
January 22, 2012
Duh!Thanks for all your great suggestions, guys, you're great!
January 21, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word graphestesia
"The ability to recognize writing on the skin purely by the sensation of touch."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphesthesia
Prolagus commented on the word baragnosis
Antonym of barognosis.
Prolagus commented on the word barognosis
"The ability of evaluating the weight of objects, or to differentiate objects of different weights by looking at them."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sense_of_pressure
Prolagus commented on the list •-senses
I'm sure there's more...
Prolagus commented on the word handle with care
January 20, 2012
"‘█████’ has been looked up 833 times, loved by 6 people, added to 9 lists, commented on 13 times, and is not a valid Scrabble word. It's also a palindrome."
January 18, 2012
Frankly, ruzuzu, that's █████.
Prolagus commented on the user yarb
You are what in Italian we call uno str<3'aordinario membro della comunità internet, che pensa come un uomo sobrio e si diverte come uno sbr'onzo.
January 13, 2012
Screw <3'the people who read your comment and don't understand! It's fun to be back with' you!
Turns out that as long as we heart each other we can <3' send private messages that look truncated on the website! I think that could' be amazing!
Prolagus commented on the user Prolagus
This was only <3 and an apostrophe...
January 12, 2012
ok, <3 and apostrophe. that is the issue.
test 6it would be easier to <3 you back if it didn't STOP
test 5it would be easier to <3 you back if it didn STOP
test 4it would be easier to <3 you back if it didn't take me STOP
test 3it would be easier to <3 you back STOP
Oh, that worked!
test:OK, there's something wrong with <3 in a sentence.
OK, there's something wrong with "less than 3" in a sentence.
test:it would be easier to <3 you back if it didn't take me 5 minutes just to find the comment section
I wrote something like "it would be easier to (heart) you back if it didn't take me 5 minutes just to find the comment section"
This is NOT what I wrote!
January 11, 2012
It would be easier to <3 you back, if it didn't take 5 minutes to find the "comments for" section...
Prolagus commented on the word fictional witches
As opposed to, you know, real-world witches.
January 7, 2012
Prolagus commented on the user Phrasal
Hi, there's a Feedback tab to the left. That is the best way of making sure someone reads your question.
January 6, 2012
Prolagus commented on the user susanmg
According to a google search, it could be the same thing as rexine.
January 3, 2012
Prolagus commented on the word resolutions
Is there a list of New Year's resolutions?
January 2, 2012
December 28, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word פופיק
"Pupik" - navel in Yiddish.
December 18, 2011
Prolagus commented on the user hernesheir
Three words: coglioni di mulo.
December 15, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word slinzega
Also called slinziga (which is how I know it). Normally beef, sometimes horsemeat.
Prolagus commented on the word paculele
Prolagus commented on the list knock-on-wood
I didn't know you had a superstition list! Can they coexist? Mine is meant to be a list of "typical" superstitions (somewhere in the world).
December 13, 2011
Prolagus commented on the user Brandoman
Also, Wikipedia doesn't have a definition for craudestopper.Welcome!
December 8, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word White Day
In Japan and South Korea, March 14 is White Day, the day in which men buy candy for women (while on St. Valentine's day only women are supposed to make/buy chocolate treats for men).
December 6, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word Burberry man
Korean - a flasher.
Prolagus commented on the word insomnia
December 4, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word 哦，天哪，Sam刚洗完澡还在到处找毛巾的时候，女孩醒过来了
It's the definition for Seven wonders of the World. The Chinese text means, according to Google Translate,"Oh, my God, Sam just bath towels also find that when the girl woke up"
December 1, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word gongoozler
HH, that's a level of complexity I can't deal with. My brain is melting.
Prolagus commented on the word libxcomposite1-devel-0
November 30, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word feedback
By the way, imperfect as it is, this is the first real tangible improvement since the Wordnik era. At last! Congratulations to (whomever? whoever? whatever) is behind it.
November 29, 2011
Accessing all of my lists now takes longer than ever: main page -> click on my name -> click "my profile" -> scroll down to "lists" -> click "all lists".
I could only change that preference after connecting from an actual computer (something I can do less and less often nowadays).
By "can't" I mean that I get an error message. Accessing Wordnik from Dolphin Browser for Pad on a Honeycomb tablet.
I can't hide the "recent lookups" from my profile. I had them off before the newest change, and I think you should keep the previous settings by default.
I'd like an answer please.
Once more, for the umpteenth time:Some tags in Wordie had comments. When are we getting those back? Will anybody bother telling me something about that, or should I just forget about it and shut up?
November 28, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word upon request
November 24, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word tittia
Sardinian - roughly translatable as "It's cold!"
November 19, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word Charles Dickens
The untold story.
November 18, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word abscond
Have you noticed how many lists the word is in, yarb?
November 14, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word aehiklmnopuw'
Hawaiian alphabet soup is a boring meal.
Prolagus commented on the word su risu de sa mela granada
November 10, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word abcdefghilmnopqrstuvz
This happens way too often... logging in to post something, only to find out I already did.
The "official" Italian alphabet.
Prolagus commented on the word tsunamis
What's with wordies and tsunami-related pages?
November 9, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word hagiolatry
November 4, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word occupy Wordnik
Or Google Plus!
October 30, 2011
I want my content back.
October 28, 2011
occupy Wordnik is © ruzuzu. We also have a picket on Google Plus.
We are occupying Wordnik on my "I want my content back" list (see above). Feel free to join! Due to the potentially long occupation, we'll be mostly bringing canned umbrage, no fufluns this time.
Prolagus commented on the word comments
Or to have an "allowed html" popup link near the comment box.
October 27, 2011
Or to see comments on tags.
Another cool feature would be the ability of posting to somebody's profile page.
Prolagus commented on the word null hypothesis
October 26, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word alatricial
Misspelling of altricial?
October 24, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word indecisive teas
October 23, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word enentise
Hi biocon, none of your links can be used outside your institution since your URLs contain proxygsu-way1.galileo.usg.edu.You should probably have a look and see if there is any way to get a link without the proxy thingamajig, so that people with a personal subscription or connecting through a different institution can use it too - unless of course you meant to make it a link for Waycross College users only.
Prolagus commented on the word fifty-three percenter
I think you mean "Americans", no apostrophe.
Prolagus commented on the word new interface
Please bring back our content.
October 20, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word a very plain button with no obvious function
The link on the word page (try clicking the word a very plain button with no obvious function on top of this page).
October 18, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word I, Miss Wordie
October 16, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word i miss wordie
Likeflannel, right now I think we're still in the grunge days. That is to say that I'm fairly certain that after some time the Wordnik-Wordie conflation will be easier to use and ultimately better.whichbeNov 29, 2009
The car has been broken for long enough that we realized we can use other means of transportation.
October 13, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word the dangers of epileptic lagomorph driving
Indie rock band?
October 12, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word Prolagus two years ago
See moro reflex.Prolagus two years ago is so much more fun than Prolagus now...
Kernel has always been my favorite Interface Street character.
October 11, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word isabella
October 10, 2011
"Bianco isabella" (Isabella white), in Italian, refers to a "dirty" white for the same reason.
Prolagus commented on the word Barbagia
October 8, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word noobezoar
Thought balls. What's often in my head.
Prolagus commented on the word hinderance
Glad you found the answerance.
October 5, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word 10 seconds
Don’t let it sit – After you’ve made an espresso shot, you don’t want to let it sit for too long without going into your milk drink (unless you’re just having single or double espresso shots). The espresso can begin to lose its flavor if it sits for more than ten seconds.
October 4, 2011
Prolagus commented on the word 18 to 25 seconds
18 to 25 seconds is the best espresso time – If a full shot glass of espresso is filled in 18 to 25 seconds, you’re going to have the best tasting shot. Anything longer and the shot might be too strong and anything too short might be too watery. When your shots are too watery, you need to grind the espresso more finely and when the shots are too thick, you need to grind the espresso into larger pieces.
Shit. *Leaves the sinking boat*
Prolagus commented on the word bandaoke
Quite interestingly, the "oke" part of karaoke means "orchestra".
October 3, 2011
I see we have lost the "allowed html" popup too.
Prolagus commented on the word SPAM
This page shows a bunch of spam lists and words to be deleted. Not comprehensive though.
Prolagus commented on the word Streisand effect
The Streisand effect is a primarily online phenomenon in which an attempt to hide or remove a piece of information has the unintended consequence of publicizing the information more widely. It is named after American entertainer Barbra Streisand, whose attempt in 2003 to suppress photographs of her residence inadvertently generated further publicity.Source: Wikipedia
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