give rise to unpleasantness

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  • tepatria

    Senior Member
    Canadian English
    Sorry, my humour does not always translate well. I meant that I do not like unpleasantness in my life, or at any time. You asked if "give rise to unpleasantness" sounds good and I ignored the quotation marks. If that makes no sense to you, I will tell you that my humour often does not make sense to anyone, so it is not just the language barrier.
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