Main Entry: au·dac·i·ty
Inflected Form(s): plural -ties
Etymology: Middle English audacite, from Latin audac-, audax
1 : the quality or state of being audacious : as a : intrepid boldness b : bold or arrogant disregard of normal restraints <had the audacity to defy his boss>
2 : an audacious act -- usually used in plural <her worst audacities did not seem to surprise him -- Edith Wharton>
I cannot for the life of my figure out why some people would do this. Make sure to read the bit right above that link too - it was homework. And then there is this. "Can I have your email so I can send you my queries through email".
I like helping - in fact, it is something I really enjoy. But sometimes - just sometimes, I question some peoples "thought process".