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It's weird that 'wreckless' and 'reckless' are antonyms, amirite?

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Wreckless isn't a word. Even if it was, they wouldn't be antonyms...

@Javvie Wreckless isn't a word. Even if it was, they wouldn't be antonyms...

wreck (n.) - any building, structure, or thing reduced to a state of ruin.
reckless (adj.) - utterly unconcerned about the consequences of some action. (Thus more likely to cause wrecks)

Take it with a grain of salt. un smilie

@LinksLegionaire wreck (n.) - any building, structure, or thing reduced to a state of ruin. reckless (adj.) - utterly unconcerned...

"Take it with a grain of salt."

I really dislike like expression. You are wrong, don't get upset when someone points it out and expect them to just accept it because you said so.

@LinksLegionaire Read the tags. It's a joke. Try to have a little joy in your life.

Oh, I have lots of joy in my life. This isn't a joke though.

"Why did the chicken cross the road?" is a joke.

Being blatantly grammatically incorrect is not a joke. Your "joke" is not funny in any sense of the word.

@LinksLegionaire wreck (n.) - any building, structure, or thing reduced to a state of ruin. reckless (adj.) - utterly unconcerned...

Wreck is a word. Wreckless isn't.

Disregarding that, someone can still be reckless and not cause any wrecks. It doesn't matter if it increases the chances- 'friendly' and 'solitary' aren't antonyms, even if being friendly decreases your chances of being solitary.

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