Nope! It's a difficult or disagreeable obligation, task, burden... In the legal system, it's the burden of proof.joe_042293 wrote:Onus - a responsibility to be fulfilled after doing something bad, like cleaning up a mess (again, fun to say this to people)
joe_042293 wrote:Yeah, but I don't mind when Australians do it, 'cos it sounds awesome. And you make a lot of your own words, while Americans just take existing ones and spell them wrong, or swap their meanings around.
CHIPS ARE THE CUBOID POTATO THINGS WHICH YOU EAT WITH KETCHUP.
CRISPS ARE CRUNCHY POTATO SNACKS IN A BAG.
THIS IS NON-NEGOTIABLE.
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