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By Anonymous - / Friday 24 September 2010 23:10 / United States
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  FerrariCake  |  2

#17... "dead animal carcass" is not a "double negative". The concept you are looking for is "redundant". A "redundancy" occurs when the same idea is expressed twice in succession, as in this case: dead carcass. Since "carcass" already means "dead", then "dead animal carcass" is redundant. Now you know.

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  I_iz_special  |  0

17 a double negative is something along the lines of "I will not never go on FM"L, this translates into "I will go on FML". What you are thinking of is redundency. Op I've told you once I'll tell you again stop eating dead cows. Sheesh!

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  TheNewGuy03  |  26

22 -- if you asked me, if we're dealing with living animal carcasses, then we have problems other than smells to deal with. ya know, like survival. 37 -- a lot of us already eat dead cows on a regular basis. got beef??!?!? |the kid|

By  Cinn_fml  |  21

Check your car? :P Or shower more often, or change your perfume. I'm sure you might be able to locate the source of the smell if you look (or do I mean smell?) hard enough.

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