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(UPI)   Similar to your mom, female frogs like it longer and more frequently   (upi.com) divider line 9
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2013-08-17 02:23:13 AM  
For God's sake! It's FREQUENTLY! LY! Can't people use adverbs properly anymore?

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2013-08-17 02:29:44 AM  

danielscissorhands: For God's sake! It's FREQUENTLY! LY! Can't people use adverbs properly anymore?

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FTA:The study says duration and rate are typically a trade-off, but females preferred calls that are simultaneously longer and more frequent.

Ruling please.
 
2013-08-17 02:52:28 AM  
Yes, but in the article, frequent is an adjective describing "calls" so that is correct.

In the headline I believe frequent is an adverb, so it should be frequently.

No?
 
2013-08-17 03:07:00 AM  

danielscissorhands: Yes, but in the article, frequent is an adjective describing "calls" so that is correct.

In the headline I believe frequent is an adverb, so it should be frequently.

No?


I think you're right.
 
2013-08-17 03:18:23 AM  

phlegmmo: danielscissorhands: Yes, but in the article, frequent is an adjective describing "calls" so that is correct.

In the headline I believe frequent is an adverb, so it should be frequently.

No?

I think you're right.


If not then the world, as we know it, could be doomed! DOOMED, I SAY!  DOOOOOMED!!!! MWUHAHAHAHAHA! 

So you think I'm right?  Ok. Cool.
 
2013-08-17 10:01:57 AM  

danielscissorhands: phlegmmo: danielscissorhands: Yes, but in the article, frequent is an adjective describing "calls" so that is correct.

In the headline I believe frequent is an adverb, so it should be frequently.

No?

I think you're right.

If not then the world, as we know it, could be doomed! DOOMED, I SAY!  DOOOOOMED!!!! MWUHAHAHAHAHA! 

So you think I'm right?  Ok. Cool.


Could we just simplify for the riffraff and go with "more often"?
 
2013-08-17 12:02:47 PM  
Guess this is obligatory now:

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2013-08-17 01:52:09 PM  
good one subby
 
2013-08-17 07:56:08 PM  
Longer and more frequently than what?
 
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