Discussion in 'Linguistics' started by G. F. Schleebenhorst, Aug 2, 2007.
Oh how I wish americans would stop saying that.
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I hate axsed and i-dear far worse.
Why, who says that?
I wish Brits would stop saying football when they mean soccer.
I wish americans would stop referring to american football as football when it's actually rugby for pussies.
what? well, who says re-diculous?
People say i-dear all the time. I think I heard a british guy on a dancing show on TV last, but I've heard lots and lots of others say it.
Heard it on the simpsons earlier....and a million times before that.
90% of the time I see it written by americans I see it spelled with an "e" as well.
Oh and yes, i-dear is stupid too....but english people can't tell the difference between R and, well, no R. Some say "drorring" instead of "drawing". Half the time they don't even bother to pronounce Rs at all.
But there is no r in idea...why add one?
Don't ask me, I'm not english.
i hate it when people purposly dont promounce computer right they say "puwer"
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I hate it when people spell generalisations incorrectly with a "z" after spelling "improvisational" with an "s".
i hate it when people bitch over nothing
I'd really like to see how long a pro rugby player would last in the NFL...even with pads on. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
Have you ever watched a game of rugby? People get their ears torn off playing that game. It's brutal stuff.
They also learn how to tackle properly so people don't get their backs broken.
I hate this one................... when something is cool I am hearing
Ohhhhhh thats sick.
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Or when the same ditsy bitches say, "Oh my GAWD, Shut Up!" when they get excited. I can never get used to having some bimbo tell me to "Shut Up" and not get a bit insulted by it.
Oh... I also say "Pewter" instead of "Computer"... quite often.
I also say, "Oy-veh" a lot... and I'm as much of a gentile as they come.
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