An amateurish attempt at explaining current events large and small.
I beg to differ...what about two cowboys in a saloon swinging roundhouses until one of them decks the other?
yeah, he's right. Also think of when somebody says that something is "decked out", this could mean that a person has really accessorized their outfit, or jazzed up their car.
Or maybe Sleeping Ilya is being quite literal. I can't think of any other instances where the specific verb form, "deck" is used. Not, "he decked" or I'm "decking the halls". But straight up, "deck"
What about the phrase "I want to deck that guy so hard that I see snot bubbles"?
No, I think mandingo is right. In the phrase you cited, anti-, deck isn't a verb, it's an infinitive: the verb in the first clause of the sentence is want.
This conversation is the definition of lame. Maybe that can be Ilya's next post, a la zinger. Lame: see conversation of deck.
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