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I would say stock boy or stock person. (There seems to be regional variation in this, I am in the North-east U.S. if that helps.)
answered Apr 24 by Alsee
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Speaking "in character" works when it's an actor speaking, or a role-playing gamer speaking in game terms. The more general term you want is "in universe". A common example would be any Star-Trek fan …
answered Apr 27 by Alsee
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'Gross' and 'disgusting' are the strongest and most general. Saying it tastes 'bad' is a very common and very general term. For a mild general term, you can say it 'tastes off' or 'the taste is off' ( …
answered Apr 28 by Alsee
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In your salon example, we would normally just say "making an appointment". You have scheduled time with one or more professionals, and it is generally part of their job to take care of anything that m …
answered Apr 25 by Alsee