jheaton5 wrote:nadir wrote:First of all let me answer your question: i got no clue.
Great answer. I need to use that one more often. It will keep me out of trouble.
oh, yes, in fact its better than i realized at first glance.
But i think its used quite often. Somehow like:
"Do everyone a favors and search before you ask"
It does not help to replace "favor" with "common courtesy" (courtesy -> court -> oh noze...that reminds me of worse than a favor does).