Both good and bad

Both good and bad

Esports this week : changes. both good and bad!

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Resident evil 3 remake – all endings (both good & bad

Hello there.

This dog is both bad and good.

I’ve been trying to think of terms that mean BOTH GOOD AND BAD. I’ve been at a loss for words! The only words that come near are ‘dual’ and ‘conflicted,’ but none of these words catch the essence of what I’m trying to say! Please assist. Thank you so much for your support! 09 June 2006, 21:43:04
The above ‘Anonymous’ question was my post (I just joined so you nice people who reply don’t think you’re talking to anyone wearing ‘black glasses’).
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I’m not sure what you’re trying to suggest. Is there anything you could do about the terms vague or ambivalent? Unfortunately, I don’t think either ambiguous or ambivalent would fit in my situation. I’m attempting to convey the concept of a ‘double-edged sword.’ To put this issue in perspective, I am currently working on a human rights essay. I used the sword metaphor in the first sentence of my introduction, and now I need some synonyms for this idea that I can use in the essay. Please assist… Since I can’t get around this stupid dilemma, my essay has come to a halt. Thank you once more! 09 June 2006, 22:01:42

How to respond to reviews, both good and bad

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Unpopular makeup opinions// both good & bad

I’ve been trying to write this post for a long time but couldn’t quite get my thoughts as eloquent as I’d like, so I’ve just procrastinated on it until I finally realized there isn’t an eloquent way to express what I want (though I think it has something to do with me) and it doesn’t have to be eloquent.
I’m not sure why I’m writing this.
The more I travel (*groans* I’m well aware of how douche-y that sounds), the more I’ve come across situations where people are overly quick to respond to something as “evil” or, even more passively, “weird/strange,” when all it is is different. It’s neither positive nor negative, but it’s a departure from the routine that these people have become used to.
The manifestation of these circumstances may be as simple as anyone describing those foods as awful – for example, Iceland’s national dish, ‘Hákarl,’ which is basically fermented shark.
Hákarl is as stinky as they come – it’s fermented, after all – and there’s no escaping that reality, which is why some people (usually non-Icelandic) characterize it as horrible, but it’s just another meal for someone who grew up on it.

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