For a moment I thought it said PubBeer.
Plus it's not an acronym.
It's more like bolting meccanoes together.
If you hide them behind an invislible menu icon that's pretty much gmail and Windows 8.
Oh, you also make the most popular four invisible too. Because the less there is to see, the better the UX is. Because design.
What's this, then?
Perhaps DC Entertainment just understand the (non glue-related) meaning of tacky?
Sometimes people just need to be protected from their total lack of taste. Bloody oiks.
Here we have A.K. "Skid" Marc (the somnolent stoplight running lardass) failing even to do a link properly. And doing it as AC, for shame.
Now here's how to do it properly:
"So rather than being needlessly wordy, treasure trove is the etymologically complete phrase, misconstrued over time [by stupid fat idiots] as a noun-noun compound rather than a noun followed by an adjective. "
Love how your cite proves how retarded you are. The noun there is treasure.
You can't just chop a stock phrase in half and assume that either bit has the same meaning as the original. Do you sit on a longue eating a brulée?
Strictly speaking, trove is an adjective. You cannot have "a trove" any more than you can have "a yellow" or "a miniscule".
What kind of laptop runs on 3.7 volts?
I wasn't aware that a non-removable battery constitutes sneakiness and trickery.
Well there you go. You'd hardly expect them to tell you, would you?
I am fucking up your UI. Pray I do not fuck it up further.
8 bits per byte... we could have each finger represent a bit, on or off.
Or if you're British, 195.
It'd be a lot slower if you could actually do anything...