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Howdy Doody:
"borrowings"

Really? 'Borrowing from foreign language' is much smoother to read than 'borrowings for foreign languages'. Gotta make it all plural I suppose. Makes you look smarter? Gruber never ceases to amaze me in that his writing style is absolute shit.
11:32 pm — Tuesday, 7 February 2017
anonymous:
Thank goodness Merriam-Webster is there to codify as proper American everything idiots type into twitter.

I just accidentally the English language.
11:53 pm — Tuesday, 7 February 2017
Dicknose:
Merriam-Webster has cucked the English language. We need DJT to Make English Great Again.
12:33 am — Wednesday, 8 February 2017
nononono:
oh god, it's dictionarynose.
12:53 am — Wednesday, 8 February 2017
anonymous:
> Really? 'Borrowing from foreign language' is much smoother to read than 'borrowings for foreign languages'. Gotta make it all plural I suppose.

Noun v. Verb, sparky.
1:06 pm — Wednesday, 8 February 2017
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