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The issue appears to be, "It's neither English or Italian."

To a greater degree than most other SE language sites I've been on, many Italian SE members are "purists" regarding the language. Hence such an answer would not be well received here. This was particularly true because, as one of the native speakers pointed out, your answer inadvertently had negative connotations, kind of like selling the Chevy "Nova" in Spanish-speaking countries, where it means "no go."

IMHO, you deserve points for being "creative" with language. Your suggestion wasn't good Italian, but you clearly "tried," both with regard to the question, and to stay on topic. My view is clearly a minority one for the Italian SE community however, and the community as a group decided that your answer wasn't "good enough" for the site.

I've done similar things on e.g. German SE with greater acceptance. Frankly, I would not ask such a question, or give an answer like yours here. When you've been on as many SE sites as I have, you will find that site standards vary meaningfully. So your long experience on one sitesome sites doesn't always translate.

The issue appears to be, "It's neither English or Italian."

To a greater degree than most other SE language sites I've been on, many Italian SE members are "purists" regarding the language. Hence such an answer would not be well received here.

IMHO, you deserve points for being "creative" with language. Your suggestion wasn't good Italian, but you clearly "tried," both with regard to the question, and to stay on topic. My view is clearly a minority one for the Italian SE community however, and the community as a group decided that your answer wasn't "good enough" for the site.

I've done similar things on e.g. German SE with greater acceptance. Frankly, I would not ask such a question, or give an answer like yours here. When you've been on as many SE sites as I have, you will find that site standards vary meaningfully. So your long experience on one site doesn't always translate.

The issue appears to be, "It's neither English or Italian."

To a greater degree than most other SE language sites I've been on, many Italian SE members are "purists" regarding the language. Hence such an answer would not be well received here. This was particularly true because, as one of the native speakers pointed out, your answer inadvertently had negative connotations, kind of like selling the Chevy "Nova" in Spanish-speaking countries, where it means "no go."

Your suggestion wasn't good Italian, but you clearly "tried," both with regard to the question, and to stay on topic. My view is clearly a minority one for the Italian SE community however, and the community as a group decided that your answer wasn't "good enough" for the site.

I've done similar things on e.g. German SE with greater acceptance. Frankly, I would not give an answer like yours here. When you've been on as many SE sites as I have, you will find that site standards vary meaningfully. So your long experience on some sites doesn't always translate.

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The issue appears to be, "It's neither English or Italian."

To a greater degree than most other SE language sites I've been on, many Italian SE members are "purists" regarding the language. Hence such an answer would not be well received here.

IMHO, you deserve "points"points for being "creative" with language. Your suggestion wasn't good Italian, but you clearly "tried," both with regard to the question, and to stay on topic. My view is clearly a minority one for the Italian SE community however, and the community as a group decided that your answer wasn't "good enough" for the site.

I've done [similar things][1]similar things on e.g. German SE with greater acceptance. Frankly, I would not ask such a question, or give an answer like yours here. When you've been on as many SE sites as I have, you will find that site standards vary meaningfully.

[1]: So your long experience on one site doesn't always translate.

The issue appears to be, "It's neither English or Italian."

To a greater degree than most other SE language sites I've been on, Italian SE members are "purists" regarding the language. Hence such an answer would not be well received here.

IMHO, you deserve "points" for being "creative" with language. Your suggestion wasn't good Italian, but you clearly "tried," both with regard to the question, and to stay on topic. My view is clearly a minority one for the Italian SE community, and the community as a group decided that your answer wasn't "good enough" for the site.

I've done [similar things][1] on e.g. German SE with greater acceptance. Frankly, I would not ask such a question, or give an answer like yours here. When you've been on as many SE sites as I have, you will find that site standards vary meaningfully.

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The issue appears to be, "It's neither English or Italian."

To a greater degree than most other SE language sites I've been on, many Italian SE members are "purists" regarding the language. Hence such an answer would not be well received here.

IMHO, you deserve points for being "creative" with language. Your suggestion wasn't good Italian, but you clearly "tried," both with regard to the question, and to stay on topic. My view is clearly a minority one for the Italian SE community however, and the community as a group decided that your answer wasn't "good enough" for the site.

I've done similar things on e.g. German SE with greater acceptance. Frankly, I would not ask such a question, or give an answer like yours here. When you've been on as many SE sites as I have, you will find that site standards vary meaningfully. So your long experience on one site doesn't always translate.

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The issue appears to be, "It's neither English or Italian."

To a greater degree than most other SE language sites I've been on, Italian SE members are "purists" regarding the language. Hence such an answer would not be well received here.

IMHO, you deserve "points" for being "creative" with language. Your suggestion wasn't good Italian, but you clearly "tried," both with regard to the question, and to stay on topic. My view is clearly a minority one for the Italian SE community, and the community as a group decided that your answer wasn't "good enough" for the site.

I've done [similar things][1] on e.g. German SE with greater acceptance. Frankly, I would not ask such a question, or give an answer like yours here. When you've been on as many SE sites as I have, you will find that site standards vary meaningfully.

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