Originally Posted by tenniscasey
You didn't understand the difference between "complication" and "complicated," and here you are making personal attacks on my intelligence. You amuse me.
Maybe you do not understand the meaning of the word complication.
Definition of COMPLICATION from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/complication
1. a : complexity, intricacy; especially : a situation or a detail of character complicating the main thread of a plot
b : a making difficult, involved, or intricate
c : a complex or intricate feature or element
d : a difficult factor or issue often appearing unexpectedly and changing existing plans, methods, or attitudes
2: a secondary disease or condition developing in the course of a primary disease or condition
So which of those usages would not be describing something that was complicated?