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Tied feet fetish links. Someone tries to class up something by "pronouncing it poshly". Most commonly this is Granny and bimbo dildo action as a response to other people pronouncing the word in such a way that it sounds much sillier.

Whether the fancy pronunciation or the obvious yet silly one is "correct" is usually beside the point. The point is, that for some people, keeping a name filled with aristocratic airs is Serious Business.

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This practice likely originated at least as far as we know in the Middle Ages among upper class families who had common surnames and didn't want to be associated with their lowly upbringing. The Featherstone-Haughs for example were named for a poor farming village, so in order to make themselves Granny and bimbo dildo action posher, they changed the pronunciation of the name to "Fanshaw". Usually the "high-class pronunciation" uses French pronunciation, with varying accuracy.

Today this is probably because Everything Sounds Sexier in French and as we all know sexy people can't be made fun of. The original reason for this is likely because from the 17th Century all the way until the mid 20th century, French was considered the Common Tongue of European diplomacy.

This also established a certain "rich French Granny and bimbo dildo action vs. This trope is related to the linguistic phenomenon known as hyperforeignism. May overlap with My Nayme Is but not every name that's pronounced differently than its spelling would indicate is this trope. Though "Trope" isn't pronounced Granny and bimbo dildo action way, even in French, the city Saint Tropez actually is pronounced like that.

Contrast No Pronunciation Guide. See also Uranus Is Showing. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an learn more here. It's really pronounced " fra -jull" And no, it's not. Eventually, the interviewer states that his name clearly visible on a nameplate as "Mr.

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Lampshaded in Terry Pratchett 's novel Hogfather: Psycho for Hire Mr. Teatime keeps telling people that his name is pronounced "Te-ah-ti-meh". Fortunately, he only considers it slightly annoying when they get it wrong. Amusingly, many of the cast in Sky One's Hogfather miniseries find more than one way to pronounce "Te-ah-ti-meh" each, including Marc Warren Mr. Teatime himself. This is brilliantly translated in French: Teatime is called M. Another Discworld one, from the Tiffany Aching subseries: Also from the Tiffany Aching subseries: Roland de Chumsfanleigh, pronounced "Chuffley". Usually footnoted with, "It wasn't his fault. Edward d'Eath. This is a Real Life surname, though. And originally almost always spelled "Death". The surname derives from men who played the character of Death in the medieval mystery plays each English town put on — the roles were lifelong and hereditary. The "d'Eath" or "d'Ath" construction is meant to make the name sound Norman French and therefore snooty. In The Science of Discworld , the wizards are observing life evolving on the Roundworld, in spite of both absence of essential elements like Narrativium and Deitygen , and of the constant disasters like comet strikes it faces. They suggest it has a quality that they could describe as a conceptual element that they have a difficulty coming up with a name for; "Bloodimindium" just doesn't sound right, so the Lecturer in Recent Runes suggests changing the accent: Lord Peter Wimsey has two middle names: Death and Bredon. The first is supposed to be pronounced "deeth". This actually matters in one of the novels. In Murder Must Advertise and in at least one other story: From Harry Potter: Rowling learned that fans were having trouble pronouncing Hermione's name. And people still call her "Her-my-nee", probably because its smoother and because of the films. It's still wrong, but better than pronunciation that was challenged: But it is pronounced correctly, as "Her-MY-oh-nee", in the films. 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The common spelling is "Dumas", pronounced "doo-MAH", because according to French-language rules, the final consonant is almost always silent. In order to be pronounced the way the interviewer claimed, the name would have to be spelled "DuMasse". Then Granny and bimbo dildo action says behind the candidate's back, "What a dumbass.

She removes the label and attempts to throw it away, but struggles with the adhesive and it ends up sticking to her skirt in the vicinity of her rear end. After she responds to questioning about whether it was a Glade candle with, "No, it's, uh, French. From France, " one of her friends pulls the label off of her and sarcastically asks, "Haven't you ever heard of glah-DAY?

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It's listed in the Player's Handbook that the coup de grace action correctly pronounced coo-duh-grahss, meaning strike of mercy should be pronounced "coo-day-grah" translated roughly as "bowl of fat". You'd think they would check before printing it in the book. Not to mention that this particular mistake has been repeated over several editions of the game. One LARP system dealt with the constant mispronunciation by introducing "coo-de-grah" as an actual call as well as coup de grace — effect: Rifts has an alien race called the Xiticix. The books state it is meant to be pronounced "zeye-TICK-icks," but gaming groups as well as many staff members at Palladium Books almost never get the pronunciation right. As an example, Kevin Siembieda mentioned that his father called them "City Chicks. As very little guidance save various video games exists to the pronunciation of a variety of Warhammer and Warhammer 40, names, players tend to call them as they see them. As far as Tzeentch goes, it's explicitly said in various fluff sources that in both fantasy and 40K different cults and cultures have different pronunciations — indeed often different names — for the different Chaos gods. Which, makes sense, given that they're the gods of freakin' Chaos. Similarly with "lasgun" or "lascannon", most say "Laz", but a few go by the root of "Laser" and pronounce them as "Layz-guns". This was noted among some gaming communities as a point of contention in the otherwise well-received Dawn of War series, where Imperial Guardsmen mentioned "Layzguns", although not as egregious as the pronouncing of the Greek word "Chimera" as "Shimmerer" Apparently the Death World of Catachan is pronounced "cat-a-can". No idea why. The Ultramarines Primarch Roboute Guilleman is a frequent offender, with fabulously diverse opinions on pronunciation. Shit Mr. Tasty and the Bread Healers Mr. And yet The Dismemberment Plan combustible edison. Who can beat me. A band that strikes terror in the heart of every Muslim. I hope Iraqi radio gives them lots of air time. Especially those living in trailer parks in the southern midwest. Can overlap with American Kirby Is Hardcore in the case of localized video game box arts. This is often a failed form of turd polish. To capture all that plus the absurd humor that pervades this amazing book, the jacket obviously had to be something special. So the otherworldliness that perhaps only neon fuzz can bring hopes to evoke these feelings and add to the strength of and interplay between the words in the title and author's name. I have sold a hundred million copies of my books, and y'know why? Whoo wee, wee doggy, here's the beautiful big blond bimbo who can twist your jimmys into a pretzel then body-slam you across the room, all for just tryin' to kiss her hand cause she think's your a fixin to bite her hand, hyuck, hyuck! Elly is also a virgin, well, in the vagina that is He owns this big bank in Beverly Hills and he makes a fortune out of it. His wife is an old stick in the mud, so he often fixes to bring her to the Clampetts as a shield just in case Granny straps on a dildo or one of Elly May's pet gorillas wants to fuck somethin' in the mouth and throw poopie in their face. She this skinny ugly-lookin' secretary of Mr. Drysdale that has twin sons. Least we think they are twins, we can't possible imagine someone fucked her twice. She really likes Jethro, even tho she's old enough to be his mother. There is other characters too, but we's-a don't give a purdy little fuck in Granny's mouth about tellin' you about them, nor their stupid old dog that farts fleas. Bein' Millionaires, ya'd probably think they would use their money to settle down and retire, start a inbred family, have a deformed kid, hand him a chainsaw and tell him if he wants a new face, go chop one off some passin' stoners with a chainsaw They bought theirselves these 5 cows and a bull, but they couldn't get the damn bull to go and have its way with them cows. Ol' Jed, he tried everythin' to get that-there bull to mate with them cows, but nothin' a-worked. Marylebone in London. Which can be said quite a few ways. In any place name ending in 'wick' or 'wich', such as Chiswick and Greenwich, the 'W' is silent. So Chiswick is 'chiz-ick' not 'chiz-wick', Greenwich is 'gren-itch' not 'green-witch'. Also Southwark is 'Suthuk'. Lampshaded in an '80s beer commercial voiced by John Cleese — where he deliberately mispronounced Greenwich, Connecticut as "Green Witch, Connect-i-cut". The upstate New York town of Greenwich is pronounced 'green-wich'. You know, just to be different. In the opening scene of On the Town , Chip demonstrates that he knows New York City only from a guidebook by pronouncing the name of one neighborhood "Green-witch Village". And Norwich is pronounced "Norrich". As in the thing you use to make toast. Also, the town Worsley War-sley and the surname Worsley Wurss-ley are both pronounced differently. Should the 'l' in Holme be silent or not? John Smith. Wymondham is pronounced "Wind-um". That's it. Oh, and it's not to be pronounced as "New Finland" either. Many a tourist has made that mistake. To add to the confusion, Leif Eriksson discovered "Vinland" Wineland , which is thought to be the southern tip of Newfoundland. Though some people pronounce it more like Newfun-land. It's illegal in Arkansas to pronounce the final "s". Speaking of which, the pronounciation of "Arkansas" is an easy way to tell if a speaker's from the state itself or Kansas. Then there's the Arkansas River, which begins in Colorado and is often pronounced with a final "s" outside the state of the same name. The former was named after William Houstoun, and the latter named after Sam Houston. HYOO-stin may start a fight. Same with Missouri, with New Madrid instead of simply Madrid. Many non-native Minnesotans have trouble pronouncing "Mahtomedi", "Wayzata", "Duluth", and "Shakopee". Well, maybe not Duluth, but the others And one more for Ohio: Sorta subverted in Louisiana where half the places and surnames actually are French. It's impossible to phoneticize as one word, but it's an unaccented 'nuh oe linz' with the vowels schwa'd together. But then you have street names with spellings in familiar English that locals will insist on pronouncing "Bur-GUN-dee". Played straight with the local pronunciation of Chartres Street, which natives will insist on pronouncing like "charters". In actual French it's "shartr", but one might as well write Chartres as only the S doesn't count. Chartres is a city and possibly a title linked to whoever the street was named after , a charte is The small town of Welsh, Louisiana, is pronounced "welch". Texas has several places and roads with odd pronunciations: Burnet is pronounced so that the mnemonic "It's Burnet; Durn it! Learn it! Gruene is pronounced "Green" according to websites about the town, and was founded by German immigrants. Austin has several places with interesting pronunciations. Refugio is "Re-fur-ee-oh". When first settled, it was pronounced as in Spanish, but that changed thanks to a large influx of Irish settlers in the s. Nowadays, even local Spanish speakers use the "odd" pronunciation. Bexar County is "Bay-err" or "Bear". Many French city names in Wisconsin are deliberately mispronounced. With Indian names in the upper Midwest, good luck. We'll be sure to make fun of you for mispronouncing "Oconomowoc. Don't let the locals snow you. Yet another Wisconsin hint: Even though it's named after the city in Germany, the pronunciation has shifted following World War II. And the second "A" is silent in "Shawano". Speaking of Fond du Lac, there is an elementary school there that is named Pier but is pronounced "pi-er" but people calling some times pronounce it as "pe-er". Tooele, Utah. It may take visitors a while to realize it is the town referred to when people said, "tuh-WILL-uh". The spelling actually got changed from the closer-to-the-mark Tuilla in the 19th Century. Spanish Fork Utah [again] is said just like it looks unless you're from there, in which case it is Spanish Fark. It's named after a Ute Indian Chief. A major road in Houston is Kuykendahl. Pronounced KIRK-en-doll. The H at the beginning of the name of the Houston suburb Humble is silent. Head north from Houston towards Dallas, head west when you're a couple hours away, and you'll come to Mexia. Pronounced "Muh-HEY-uh". Then in west Texas, you have Colorado City. Missourians are slightly divided on this issue. Most of us pronounce it "Missour-EE", but a small number of people, primarily from the southern part of the state, pronounce it "Missour-AH". People who live in or near Toronto tend to pronounce the city's name as something rather like "Tronno". Toronto, New South Wales is pronounced the same way. Don Cherry who grew up on the other end of Lake Ontario in Kingston, Ontario tends to call it "trah-na". While this matches the spelling, it is actually the locals who are following standard English phonetic rules of assimilation e. It's subject to debate among ourselves, with "Mon-rayhal", "Mont-rehal" and "Mon-treal" being the most common way to pronounce it. Speaking of streets in Canada, Dundas St. The town of Florida, Colorado pronounces its name the Spanish way: UK place names again: Edinburgh, Middlesbrough and Loughborough are in wildly different parts of the country Scotland, North Yorkshire and Leicestershire respectively and all pronounce the section of their names after the B as Borough despite the different spelling. Even weirder is the town of Brough which doesn't pronounce it like the similarly spelt Middlesbrough, but pronounces it as Bruff. The name Pittsburgh was chosen by General John Forbes when he made plans for a town at the site of Fort Duquesne in western Pennsylvania in Since Forbes was a native of Scotland, he undoubtedly intended it to be pronounced as "Pittsborough" or "Pittsburra". In fact, Forbes originally spelled it "Pittsbourgh". But with the combination of waning Scottish influence in the area, and the city charter which inadvertently omitted the H from the name, the "berg" pronunciation of "-burgh" became the accepted one. But it wasn't just Pittsburgh. Cities like Newburgh and Plattsburgh, New York have always used the "-berg" variation. The Couch in Couch St. The "correct" pronunciations of Oregon include: Yes, Ohio has a pathological inability to pronounce place names the same as where they were borrowed from. In something of an inversion: North Versailles, Pennsylvania was intended to be named for the French palace. The Rainier in Mt. It's only pronounced "Rai-ni-er" if you're camping on the west side of the mountain. Aloha, Oregon is pronounced with a silent H, unlike the Hawaiian word. Arab, Alabama is pronounced "AY-rab" just like Huck Finn's pronunciation of said word, noted in the "People" folder above. Boise, Idaho. Many people pronounce Tokyo with three syllables toh-kee-oh ; it's more accurately pronounced toh-kyo, with the "kyo" one syllable its name translates to "Eastern Capital". To make matters more confusing, it's four "beats" in Japanese, as both O's are "long" vowels. Spokane, Washington. The musical Love Life got this wrong. The accident-prone Philadelphia freeway next to and named after the Schuylkill river, however, is sometimes called the "Surekill Expressway", especially when discussing the "Conshohocken Curve" note that "Conshohocken" is pronounced as spelled but can be a tongue-twister anyway. Also in New York: The town near Rochester called Chili is pronounced CHY-ly, not "chilly" as it is commonly mispronounced by non-locals. In Vermont, Charlotte is pronounced "shar-lot" and Calais rhymes with palace, instead of the French pronunciation Cal-lay. Because why should Western Pennsylvania be consistent? People from Illinois will jump down your throat if you make the mistake of pronouncing the "S". Ports-smith or Ports-smuhth, not Ports-mouth Norfolk: Nohr-fick, Nohr-fuhk, or Naw-fick, but not Nohr-fohlk Huguenot: Hue-ge-not, not huh-gway-not or hoo-ge-no or variations of the two Suffolk: Suhf-fick or Suhf-fuhk, but not Suhf-fohlk Norfolk, Nebraska is pronounced "nor- fork ". It's named after the North Fork River and was supposed to be spelled "Norfork". People like to pronounce the city of Kobe written in Japanese as "Koube" , Japan, and the steak that takes its name from the city, like Kobe Bryant "koh-bee" , when it's actually "kohh-beh. That still doesn't stop them stealing the town sign just so they could say that they got to Fucking - what does is that the signs were replaced with theft-proof versions after the old ones were swiped too many times. Washington state has a few of these, besides Spokane and Mt. Rainier noted above. The tribe name is spelled Yakama because they realized settlers got it wrong. The Australian city of Brisbane is pronounced Briz-bin, not Briz-bain though Brisbane, California is pronounced Briz-bain even though it was named after the Australian Brisbane. 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Slinkyhead .

In the English dub, it's pronounced "sigh-nurr", like the English word. The Earthbound Immortal cards have a hard time with this, since they're named after the Quechua words for things, and therefore pronounced in the Quechua way.

Yu Gi Oh Zexal: Other dubs just ignore this fact. Dragon Ball Z: Quite a few names are mispronounced in the English dub made by Funimation. Granny and bimbo dildo action is Granny and bimbo dildo action "say-an" in the dub, despite Granny and bimbo dildo action actual pronunciation being "sigh-ya" similar to the word "cyan", but the "a" is pronounced differently. One more infamous example among fans visit web page the Kaio-Ken being mispronounced in almost every dub as "K.

Ken" rather than "keye-oh ken" as the attack is named after the character King Kai ; this error is eventually amended in the dub of Dragon Ball Kaifittingly enough. A rather strange case exists with Demon King Dabura.

In the original it's actually pronounced "DAB-rah", with the "u" silent like it is in many actual Japanese names, because it's based on the famous "Abracadabra" incantation. Most official English sources romanize the name as "Dabra" to make this clear, Granny and bimbo dildo action even Bruce Faulconer initially called him "Doubler" in the Faulconer Productions team's soundtrack music titles because that's kind of what it sounds like; however, the Funimation dub, presumably mistaking the "u" as being more pronounced than it was, began saying his name as "dah-BOO-rah", and despite correcting most other mistakes, have mostly stuck with that.

In Digimon Universe ApplimonstersCameramon, as in a camera based Appmon for recording or capturing images, and his sensitivity about Granny and bimbo dildo action pronunciation of his name.

Who are you!? Brian Regan has a comedy routine in which he has trouble remembering Granny and bimbo dildo action, and he stresses the difficulty of making a mistake when somebody else's name is similar to another. It's Caroline, Brian. Yes, my name is Brauaaagh! It's very hard to say my name correctly, because my name is Brynamengenjah!

Can you say that? Very few can. Some Guy: You know, in Italy, it's pronounced "Beer-beel-ya". Yeah, well, in America, you're an asshole. Comic Books. Writer Christopher Priest added a recurring character named Dr. Vilain during his run on Steel. The doctor wasn't really evil, just ruthless, and would constantly remind people. Of course, it's not pronounced like that in French. For the record, "vilain" does exist in French, but an accurate translation would be something like "naughty" or "ugly" or even "peasant"not exactly fitting for an evil alias.

Didn't stop Gotham from pronouncing it as in "french fries", though. And in this case, it's the character's actual creator: Denny O'Neil. The people at DC are confusing the word "Ra's" with the letter "Resh", which is not even used in the spelling. Year Onethe Batman: Arkham Seriesand Batman: Not helping matters is that Frank MillerFalcone's creator, hasn't commented on it and even David Goyer, who helped write Begins even used "Fal-cone" on a featurette when Granny and bimbo dildo action about influences.

Begins 's sequel, The Dark Knightalso sees Harvey Dent use "Fal-cone" instead of ''Fal-con-e", but that also might've been a flub, both in-universe by Harvey and out by Aaron Eckhart and the crew.

Gordon, like every other character this man had ever encountered, pronounces the name to rhyme with "weasel". He tries to tell Gordon that the accent is on the second syllable, but gets cut off. Johnatha goes out of her way to emphasize the unusual to English speakers pronunciation every time Granny and bimbo dildo action talks about him, as an insult. Ghost Rider: Actually, that's pronounced Shuh-TAN. It's Czechoslovakian. Comic Strips. Mi-Tse villain from German comic Nick Knatterton is not pronounced "Mieze" typical name for cats in Germany; an approximate English equivalent would be "Puss".

World War II U. Navy Shipgirls absolutely loves making this joke Granny and bimbo dildo action regards to Louisville see below in the Real Life section. Pretty much everyone gets Louisville's name pronounced wrong, including her two older sisters Northampton and Chester. Just see yourself.

The "Leather" in "Leather Ashes" was originally pronounced with " lee -ther" instead of the usual " click the following article -ther". If you know French or are French and are offended in any way by this explanation, we apologize in advance: You have to essentially take the ending and give it a sort of tight, nasal pinch. It's under your breath, at least. Films — Animation.

Bbw thotz Watch Video Knoxville nudes. To further read the rules and terms of agreement of this Forum, click here. Print Thread. No joke, a real band. More Pork! I don't often fvck around, but when I do, I don't fvck around. Best band name ever!!! I hope life isn't a big joke, because I don't get it. A lot of competition: For example: They show a man hosing down his car in his driveway. He looks bored. The voiceover says "Rinse. Grant making "helpful" suggestions to his PA played by Julia Sawalha about how to have his flat decorated. As soon as he leaves, she calls up the store and they soon deliver furniture, wall hangings and so on. When he returns, he's impressed and inquires as to who she hired to decorate the place. Lampshaded in a Kiwibank advert where an Australian banker tries to say the town-name Whakatane properly "fah-cah-tah-neigh" as "whack-a-tain" Subverted by this commercial for Labatt Blue Light. Just about any lingerie advert that uses the pronunciation "lohn-zher-ay. A UK advert for Tesco featured a Mrs. On loaves of Bimbo's bread, the slogan "Say beem-bo! After about 30 seconds of this, a Swedish guy approaches him and says "Say after me: He also Anglicized his first name to "Hector". Anime and Manga. In Haibane Renmei , one character corrects the fact that Rakka refers to him as Hiyoko, pointing out it's "Hyohko", with exaggerated emphasis on the "oh" sound to make the pronunciation difference clear. In Umineko: When They Cry , French readers are usually baffled when they hear Ange's name pronounced "enjeh". Somehow they didn't have any trouble with the mouth flaps when translating this even though "Keniyan", unlike "Kenyan" or any of his dub names, has three syllables. The name of Simon, the main character of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann , is pronounced "see-moan", similar to the feminine Simone, and "shi-moan" in the original Japanese version. In the original ADV dub , his name is pronounced like the normal, masculine Simon. The dubbers mistook an English word for a Japanese. From Yu-Gi-Oh! This is Lost in Translation when the official dubs pronounce his name as "Gud-win", pronouncing the double O as a U. Also, in the Japanese dub, "signer" is pronounced phonetically, like SIG-nurr. In the English dub, it's pronounced "sigh-nurr", like the English word. The Earthbound Immortal cards have a hard time with this, since they're named after the Quechua words for things, and therefore pronounced in the Quechua way. Yu Gi Oh Zexal: Other dubs just ignore this fact. Dragon Ball Z: Quite a few names are mispronounced in the English dub made by Funimation. Saiyan is pronounced "say-an" in the dub, despite the actual pronunciation being "sigh-ya" similar to the word "cyan", but the "a" is pronounced differently. One more infamous example among fans was the Kaio-Ken being mispronounced in almost every dub as "K. Ken" rather than "keye-oh ken" as the attack is named after the character King Kai ; this error is eventually amended in the dub of Dragon Ball Kai , fittingly enough. A rather strange case exists with Demon King Dabura. In the original it's actually pronounced "DAB-rah", with the "u" silent like it is in many actual Japanese names, because it's based on the famous "Abracadabra" incantation. Most official English sources romanize the name as "Dabra" to make this clear, and even Bruce Faulconer initially called him "Doubler" in the Faulconer Productions team's soundtrack music titles because that's kind of what it sounds like; however, the Funimation dub, presumably mistaking the "u" as being more pronounced than it was, began saying his name as "dah-BOO-rah", and despite correcting most other mistakes, have mostly stuck with that. In Digimon Universe Applimonsters , Cameramon, as in a camera based Appmon for recording or capturing images, and his sensitivity about the pronunciation of his name. Who are you!? Brian Regan has a comedy routine in which he has trouble remembering names, and he stresses the difficulty of making a mistake when somebody else's name is similar to another. It's Caroline, Brian. Yes, my name is Brauaaagh! It's very hard to say my name correctly, because my name is Brynamengenjah! Can you say that? Very few can. Some Guy: You know, in Italy, it's pronounced "Beer-beel-ya". Yeah, well, in America, you're an asshole. Comic Books. Writer Christopher Priest added a recurring character named Dr. Vilain during his run on Steel. The doctor wasn't really evil, just ruthless, and would constantly remind people. Of course, it's not pronounced like that in French. For the record, "vilain" does exist in French, but an accurate translation would be something like "naughty" or "ugly" or even "peasant" , not exactly fitting for an evil alias. Didn't stop Gotham from pronouncing it as in "french fries", though. And in this case, it's the character's actual creator: Denny O'Neil. The people at DC are confusing the word "Ra's" with the letter "Resh", which is not even used in the spelling. Year One , the Batman: Arkham Series , and Batman: Not helping matters is that Frank Miller , Falcone's creator, hasn't commented on it and even David Goyer, who helped write Begins even used "Fal-cone" on a featurette when talking about influences. Begins 's sequel, The Dark Knight , also sees Harvey Dent use "Fal-cone" instead of ''Fal-con-e", but that also might've been a flub, both in-universe by Harvey and out by Aaron Eckhart and the crew. Gordon, like every other character this man had ever encountered, pronounces the name to rhyme with "weasel". He tries to tell Gordon that the accent is on the second syllable, but gets cut off. Johnatha goes out of her way to emphasize the unusual to English speakers pronunciation every time she talks about him, as an insult. Ghost Rider: Actually, that's pronounced Shuh-TAN. It's Czechoslovakian. Comic Strips. Mi-Tse villain from German comic Nick Knatterton is not pronounced "Mieze" typical name for cats in Germany; an approximate English equivalent would be "Puss". World War II U. Navy Shipgirls absolutely loves making this joke in regards to Louisville see below in the Real Life section. Pretty much everyone gets Louisville's name pronounced wrong, including her two older sisters Northampton and Chester. Just see yourself. The "Leather" in "Leather Ashes" was originally pronounced with " lee -ther" instead of the usual " leh -ther". If you know French or are French and are offended in any way by this explanation, we apologize in advance: You have to essentially take the ending and give it a sort of tight, nasal pinch. It's under your breath, at least. Films — Animation. In Finding Nemo , Dory reads the word "escape" on the hatch of the submarine but pronounces it as "Ess-ka-pay". Funny, because it's spelled just like "escape". Thanks, Satan. Ah, it's "Sa- teen ," actually. We need more power! Time to fire up Kowalski's nucular reactor. That's a nuclear reactor?! Who's "Yid-nuh"? I believe it's pronounced "Yid-nay. Ooh, sounds fancy! It's Worcestershire wuss-turr-sheer. Like the sauce? Films — Live-Action. Lord Whorfin calls him "Bigbooty" and the U. Secretary of Defense calls him "Big Boot". Near the end of the movie he actually gets shot by Lord Whorfin because of his angry insistence that his surname be pronounced "big-boo-TAY". But that's what I said. Joe Dirt: Comin' to work. Joe Deertay. Don't try and church it up son. Don't you mean Joe Dirt? Major Calloway: That's Call oway , not "Callahan. Jack Wade: Who is that? Natalya Siminova. Natalya Simonova: Russian Minister of Transportation. His wife's in Ibiza. She left her diamonds behind, though. Worried they might get stolen. It's pronounced "I-beeth-a". You wouldn't want any of these folks realizing you're a crook, not a social climber. A joke on a greeting card had George W. Bush ask a waitress for a "quickie. But Jed ended up skinnin' that bitch by-a accident one day when he was thinkin' he was a fixin' to skin a stick with his knife but it turned out it was her tiny wee iddy-bitty penis she had, and Jed figured, "well, I cuts the doodle off, no point in a-lettin' the rest go to waste" so he skinned the rest of her for "Sunday suppa". Daisy May, Aka: Why, she's so old she farts dust, she does. She is also a ragin' alcoholic who brews up her own moonshine, as she reckons the city booze tastes like "sex in a canoe" Yes, Sir, ol' Granny, she's a lively one, she will whoop your ass when she's in heat and you don't wanna plant any baby batter inside her hootin' fanny. Why, I seen this one time, Jethro and Jed refused to eat her special supper out of her stink-hole, and she beat the hell 'n tarnation out of both of 'em for wastin' a perfectly good skunt-roast. Granny was also Miss Gangbang , and boy God, was she even ugly back then, but don't you go a-tellin' Granny I told's you that, or else she might prepare a skunt-roast just for me and I know that the white-tailed mouse a-hidin' in Granny's hole's gettin' fatter. You know what's-a I mean? Hyuck, hyuck, hyuck Well, how's about the ketchup sauce is a drippin' out's of the furry taco? Ok, hyuck hyuck, youse a-get it now! Jethro is the smartest of the group. Not to be confused with a contemptible cover song. Though this trope doesn't strictly describe a pretty female character frantically trying to cover herself after her clothes are ripped off , that might well be used as an example. Also not to be confused with selfishly using other people to hide behind while under fire, even though it's both contemptible and cover. That's Human Shield. Can overlap with American Kirby Is Hardcore in the case of localized video game box arts. 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Slinkyhead Sloth Head Smackhead Smeg and the Heads SmegHeads, The Snake Head Snappahead Snapperhead Soap Head Church Society of Angelic Potheads, the Sofa Head Sorehead Spacehead Spaceheads Spaghetti Head Spearhead Special Head SpiderHead Splatterheads Spongehead Spoonhead Sprinkle Head Squidhead James Headtrip Halley's Comet. Nobody is quite sure exactly how Edmond himself pronounced his last name; orthography was not yet fully standardized in the 17th century, and contemporary spellings included Hailey, Hayley, Haly, Hawly, and Hawley in addition to the now-standard Halley. Also, Walter Raleigh. It's "Raw-lee", not "Rah-lee". Charlize Theron has stated in interviews that she finds it amusing that people pronounce her last name in the media as "tha-rone" to make it sound fancy, saying that it's simply pronounced "thair-in. The "u" in Muslim is pronounced like the "u" in pudding or butcher , or the "oo" in foot or book. Think of how someone from Oop North pronounces up north. Stephen J. It does not rhyme with "shekels" or "heckles. Seuss is pronounced Soyce rhymes with voice. Seuss himself stated this many times during his life, but nobody seems to remember or care the producers of Seussical most certainly didn't. A collaborator of Seuss's wrote of him: You're wrong as the deuce And you shouldn't rejoice If you're calling him "Seuss". He pronounces it "Soice". The family has ever been tenacious of the name of Enroughty and equally tenacious of the name of "Darby," and if a stranger should happen to call any of them by any name other than that last given, he would immediately be requested to say "Darby. Real Life — Places. It's "keh-BECK". Pronouncing the "Qu" as in English is still common and accepted in English-speaking Canada, although here too second syllable is stressed, so there are two "correct" English pronunciations, "kwi-BECK" and "kuh-BECK" in the first one the vowel is a short "i", in the second a schwa. Mackin ac , that's just wack! If you live in Louisville you pronounce it as lul-vul. If you are from anywhere else you may pronounce it as Lou-is-ville, Lou-ie-ville or Low-ville. Kentucky, at least. The other Louisvilles are pretty straightforward in their "Lewie-vill" pronunciation. Except for Ohio Lew-is-ville. Ohio is sort of wonky with its place names: In Nebraska: Rumor has it, we can thank train stations, back before amplification: Originally a French name, papillon butterfly , which would be pronounced papyo n. The nearby river is called "Papio". If you live either there or in surrounding states, chances are you say "neh-VA-duh" with the vowel in the middle syllable pronounced like the vowel in "flat". If you don't, you probably say "neh-VAH-duh" with the "a" pronounced like the "o" in "bother" which, for English English pronouncers, is like the "ar" in "larder". In at least parts of the deep South, it can even be "NEH-vuh-duh". If a place in an English-speaking country ends with the suffix -cester as opposed to -chester or -caster you know it's going to be irregular. That includes American places that have inherited the irregular pronunciation from the English places. That is, with a "u" sound like in "puss", not like in "nut". Gloucester is "Gloster". And whilst you are in "Gloss-ter-shire," make sure that you pronounce the town of Berkeley "Bark-lee. Leominster is "Lemon-ster" in Massachusetts, and "Lemster" in England. The somewhat fairy-tale name of the village of Appletreewick in North Yorkshire, UK is pronounced "Ap-trick" by locals. The village of Athelstaneford in Scotland is pronounced "EL-shen-ferd", at least by locals. What makes it slightly more bizarre is that the village is named after the medieval king Athelstan, whose name is pronounced as it looks. Great Britain is full of this sort of thing, both in personal names and place names. For example Featherstonehaugh FAN-shaw Mr. Menzies MING-iss. Partly because it wasn't originally a 'z' in the middle there, but the old Middle Scots letter 'yogh'. Early Scots printers didn't have a handy yogh in their fonts, so used the similarly shaped 'z' instead. Marylebone in London. Which can be said quite a few ways. In any place name ending in 'wick' or 'wich', such as Chiswick and Greenwich, the 'W' is silent. So Chiswick is 'chiz-ick' not 'chiz-wick', Greenwich is 'gren-itch' not 'green-witch'. Also Southwark is 'Suthuk'. Lampshaded in an '80s beer commercial voiced by John Cleese — where he deliberately mispronounced Greenwich, Connecticut as "Green Witch, Connect-i-cut". The upstate New York town of Greenwich is pronounced 'green-wich'. You know, just to be different. In the opening scene of On the Town , Chip demonstrates that he knows New York City only from a guidebook by pronouncing the name of one neighborhood "Green-witch Village". And Norwich is pronounced "Norrich". As in the thing you use to make toast. Also, the town Worsley War-sley and the surname Worsley Wurss-ley are both pronounced differently. Should the 'l' in Holme be silent or not? John Smith. Wymondham is pronounced "Wind-um". That's it. Oh, and it's not to be pronounced as "New Finland" either. Many a tourist has made that mistake. To add to the confusion, Leif Eriksson discovered "Vinland" Wineland , which is thought to be the southern tip of Newfoundland. Though some people pronounce it more like Newfun-land. It's illegal in Arkansas to pronounce the final "s". Speaking of which, the pronounciation of "Arkansas" is an easy way to tell if a speaker's from the state itself or Kansas. Then there's the Arkansas River, which begins in Colorado and is often pronounced with a final "s" outside the state of the same name. The former was named after William Houstoun, and the latter named after Sam Houston. HYOO-stin may start a fight. Same with Missouri, with New Madrid instead of simply Madrid. Many non-native Minnesotans have trouble pronouncing "Mahtomedi", "Wayzata", "Duluth", and "Shakopee". Well, maybe not Duluth, but the others And one more for Ohio: Sorta subverted in Louisiana where half the places and surnames actually are French. It's impossible to phoneticize as one word, but it's an unaccented 'nuh oe linz' with the vowels schwa'd together. But then you have street names with spellings in familiar English that locals will insist on pronouncing "Bur-GUN-dee". Played straight with the local pronunciation of Chartres Street, which natives will insist on pronouncing like "charters". In actual French it's "shartr", but one might as well write Chartres as only the S doesn't count. Chartres is a city and possibly a title linked to whoever the street was named after , a charte is The small town of Welsh, Louisiana, is pronounced "welch". Texas has several places and roads with odd pronunciations: Burnet is pronounced so that the mnemonic "It's Burnet; Durn it! Learn it! Gruene is pronounced "Green" according to websites about the town, and was founded by German immigrants. Austin has several places with interesting pronunciations. Refugio is "Re-fur-ee-oh". When first settled, it was pronounced as in Spanish, but that changed thanks to a large influx of Irish settlers in the s. Nowadays, even local Spanish speakers use the "odd" pronunciation. Bexar County is "Bay-err" or "Bear". Many French city names in Wisconsin are deliberately mispronounced. With Indian names in the upper Midwest, good luck. We'll be sure to make fun of you for mispronouncing "Oconomowoc. Don't let the locals snow you. Yet another Wisconsin hint: Even though it's named after the city in Germany, the pronunciation has shifted following World War II. And the second "A" is silent in "Shawano". Speaking of Fond du Lac, there is an elementary school there that is named Pier but is pronounced "pi-er" but people calling some times pronounce it as "pe-er". Tooele, Utah. It may take visitors a while to realize it is the town referred to when people said, "tuh-WILL-uh". The spelling actually got changed from the closer-to-the-mark Tuilla in the 19th Century. Spanish Fork Utah [again] is said just like it looks unless you're from there, in which case it is Spanish Fark. It's named after a Ute Indian Chief. A major road in Houston is Kuykendahl. Pronounced KIRK-en-doll. The H at the beginning of the name of the Houston suburb Humble is silent. Head north from Houston towards Dallas, head west when you're a couple hours away, and you'll come to Mexia. Pronounced "Muh-HEY-uh". Then in west Texas, you have Colorado City. Missourians are slightly divided on this issue. Most of us pronounce it "Missour-EE", but a small number of people, primarily from the southern part of the state, pronounce it "Missour-AH". People who live in or near Toronto tend to pronounce the city's name as something rather like "Tronno"..

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Teatime keeps telling people that his name is pronounced "Te-ah-ti-meh". Fortunately, Granny and bimbo dildo action only considers it slightly annoying when they get it wrong. Amusingly, many of the cast in Sky One's Hogfather miniseries find more than one way to pronounce "Te-ah-ti-meh" each, including Marc Warren Mr. Teatime himself.

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This is brilliantly translated in French: Teatime is called M. Another Discworld Granny and bimbo dildo action, from the Tiffany Aching subseries: Also from the Tiffany Aching subseries: Roland de Chumsfanleigh, pronounced "Chuffley". Usually footnoted with, "It wasn't his fault. Edward Granny and bimbo dildo action.

This is a Real Life surname, though. And originally almost always spelled "Death". The surname derives from men who played the character of Death in the medieval mystery plays each English town put on — the roles were lifelong and hereditary.

The "d'Eath" or "d'Ath" Granny and bimbo dildo action is meant to make the name sound Norman French and therefore snooty. In The Science of Discworldthe wizards are observing life evolving on the Roundworld, in spite of both absence of essential elements like Narrativium and Deitygenand of the constant disasters like comet strikes it faces. They suggest it has a quality that they could describe as a conceptual element that they have a difficulty coming up with a name for; "Bloodimindium" just doesn't sound right, so the Lecturer in Recent Runes suggests changing the accent: Lord Peter Wimsey has two read more names: Death and Bredon.

The first is supposed to be Granny and bimbo dildo action "deeth". This actually matters in one of the novels. In Murder Must Advertise and in at least one other story: From Harry Potter: Rowling learned that fans were having trouble pronouncing Hermione's name.

And people still call her "Her-my-nee", probably because its smoother and because of the films. It's still wrong, but better than pronunciation Granny and bimbo dildo action was challenged: But it is pronounced correctly, as "Her-MY-oh-nee", in the films. The third syllable is subtle, but present.

Defied in The Intruders with this little exchange. You say potato And so does everyone else I've ever met. Live-Action TV. An episode of America's Funniest Home Videos featured a young boy complaining to his father who is insistent on pronouncing carrots as "cay-rots".

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Ian the Armadillo always pronounces it "Colon", and is convinced that Dougie finds this endearing. Tabletop Games. The bulette, whose name is "pronounced Boo-lay. Apparently, it's now back to being the "bullet", as the person who wrote the 2nd Edition caption was being pretentious. In his last podcast before he left Wizards of the Coast , Dave Noonan joked that he pronounces it "land shark. It's listed in the Player's Handbook that the coup de grace action correctly pronounced coo-duh-grahss, meaning strike of mercy should be pronounced "coo-day-grah" translated roughly as "bowl of fat". You'd think they would check before printing it in the book. Not to mention that this particular mistake has been repeated over several editions of the game. One LARP system dealt with the constant mispronunciation by introducing "coo-de-grah" as an actual call as well as coup de grace — effect: Rifts has an alien race called the Xiticix. The books state it is meant to be pronounced "zeye-TICK-icks," but gaming groups as well as many staff members at Palladium Books almost never get the pronunciation right. As an example, Kevin Siembieda mentioned that his father called them "City Chicks. As very little guidance save various video games exists to the pronunciation of a variety of Warhammer and Warhammer 40, names, players tend to call them as they see them. As far as Tzeentch goes, it's explicitly said in various fluff sources that in both fantasy and 40K different cults and cultures have different pronunciations — indeed often different names — for the different Chaos gods. Which, makes sense, given that they're the gods of freakin' Chaos. Similarly with "lasgun" or "lascannon", most say "Laz", but a few go by the root of "Laser" and pronounce them as "Layz-guns". 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Ys is pronounced either "ease" or to rhyme with "peace" or "yeece" as in the localization of Ys VI. Not "wise". The spurious apostrophe the Sega Master System version added doesn't help at all. The obscure adventure Gene Machine features the main character Pierce Featherstonehaugh, pronounced Fanshaw. The phonetic variant is used for most of the game. The name is Truth in Television , though. Unlike English and many other languages, Japanese doesn't have stressed syllables the "emphasis" part or vowel reduction. However, it does have pitch accent "stressed" syllables are a downstep in the pitch of the sentence. In the English pronunciation of a Japanese word, it's natural to render pitch accent as stress. Of course, it's actually BASE. Can overlap with American Kirby Is Hardcore in the case of localized video game box arts. This is often a failed form of turd polish. 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The rhyming slang takes its name from the Berkeley Hunt. Which is, of course, pronounced "BARK-lee", as is the town where the hunt is actually based. No one is quite sure how to pronounce the name "Wriothesley", the surname of the former Earls of Southampton. Interpretations include: Possible case: More likely he simply pronounces it the same way as Brando did in Superman. Ralph as "Rafe" is the old traditional British pronunciation, still found in individuals like Ralph Fiennes and Ralph Vaughan Williams. Outside the UK, many people will pronounce it how it's spelt. John Boehner, who retired from his post as Speaker of the U. House in His last name is pronounced BAY-ner, not "boner". Same for actor Alex O'Loughlin. In his senior season, Joe Theismann originally pronounced THEES-man changed the pronunciation of his name so that it'd rhyme with Heisman, thinking he'd get more votes that way. He failed; Jim Plunkett won that year. Former Rice halfback Dicky Moegle later on changed the spelling of his last name to Maegle the look the way it's pronounced since many people said it as "MOH-gle". The printing method known as Giclee is pronounced "Zhee-clay". Go figure. It was taken from the French verb, "gicler" meaning "to squirt, spurt or spray". Guy Forget? Mike Krzyzewski, coach of the Duke Blue Devils men's basketball team. Apparently, "Krzyzewski" is pronounced "Sheshefski". Many non-Polish citizens have trouble pronouncing the surname "Szczepaniak", opting instead to write it as "Stepaniak" and pronounce it as "Steh-paw-nic". Try sha-TAHN. In his case, it's duh-NEEL. This is the German and Scandinavian pronunciation of the name, not completely surprising as her father is German and her mother is of German-Swedish extraction. However, she apparently does not go so far as to insist on her surname being given the proper German pronunciation, which would be more like "doonst". Louis Armstrong disliked being called "Louie", as he saw the nickname demeaning and dismissive of his achievements and talents. Even today, the pronunciation of his first name is Serious Business to jazz aficionados. While most people say "Carnegie" with the first syllable emphasized, "CAR-neh-gee", Andrew Carnegie himself pronounced his last name with the stress on the second syllable, i. In Pittsburgh, it and the many things with his name have always been pronounced Carnegie's way, to the extent of re-recording a recent bus announcement. Thandie Newton's first name is pronounced "Tandy", like the computer. One of Oxford's most famous colleges is 'Magdalen'. However, it is not pronounced as it's spelt, it's pronounced 'maudlin'. Same in Cambridge. Halley's Comet. Nobody is quite sure exactly how Edmond himself pronounced his last name; orthography was not yet fully standardized in the 17th century, and contemporary spellings included Hailey, Hayley, Haly, Hawly, and Hawley in addition to the now-standard Halley. Also, Walter Raleigh. It's "Raw-lee", not "Rah-lee". Charlize Theron has stated in interviews that she finds it amusing that people pronounce her last name in the media as "tha-rone" to make it sound fancy, saying that it's simply pronounced "thair-in. The "u" in Muslim is pronounced like the "u" in pudding or butcher , or the "oo" in foot or book. Think of how someone from Oop North pronounces up north. Stephen J. It does not rhyme with "shekels" or "heckles. Seuss is pronounced Soyce rhymes with voice. Seuss himself stated this many times during his life, but nobody seems to remember or care the producers of Seussical most certainly didn't. A collaborator of Seuss's wrote of him: You're wrong as the deuce And you shouldn't rejoice If you're calling him "Seuss". He pronounces it "Soice". The family has ever been tenacious of the name of Enroughty and equally tenacious of the name of "Darby," and if a stranger should happen to call any of them by any name other than that last given, he would immediately be requested to say "Darby. Real Life — Places. It's "keh-BECK". Pronouncing the "Qu" as in English is still common and accepted in English-speaking Canada, although here too second syllable is stressed, so there are two "correct" English pronunciations, "kwi-BECK" and "kuh-BECK" in the first one the vowel is a short "i", in the second a schwa. Mackin ac , that's just wack! If you live in Louisville you pronounce it as lul-vul. If you are from anywhere else you may pronounce it as Lou-is-ville, Lou-ie-ville or Low-ville. Kentucky, at least. The other Louisvilles are pretty straightforward in their "Lewie-vill" pronunciation. Except for Ohio Lew-is-ville. Ohio is sort of wonky with its place names: In Nebraska:.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Buffybot pronounces Giles as "Guy-els", with Giles bemoaning the fact that Spike didn't Granny and bimbo dildo action bother to program his name correctly. The lady of the house speaking!! Well, the sisters are all named after flowers In an episode of Happy Endingsthe gang meets their old friend Shershow's fiance, and this exchange occurs.

I am so happy that you guys were able to make it on such short notice. I'm leaving next week to deliver solar ovens to Hondooras. Wow, Shershow, you hit it out of the park. She's both beautiful and says Honduras the fancy way. You always put the emphasis on "Rim" in "Rimmer". Makes me sound like a lavatory disinfectant. Well, what do you want me to call you? Hi, I'm Alex. What's your name?

Paul [pronounces it as Pao-ul] Alex: Continue reading, that's a cool name! How do you spell it? Isn't that just Paul? It's Pao-ul! What you gonna call me next, Spi-kay? Jack's Receptionist: It's pronounced "Dall.

Closeup shot of the receptionist suddenly has a different actress Jack's Receptionist: It's actually pronounced Jerka'A. All the T's in Skyfire are Granny and bimbo dildo action.

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Lynn then gets excited and runs off to prepare. Then Kate, her mother, has this conversation with ALF:. It's a "Folkswagen". Agnetha of ABBA 's name is supposed to pronounced like 'An-yeh-ta', but everyone from Granny and bimbo dildo action and probably other places pronounces it 'Ag-nee-tha' anyway.

It isn't quite helped that she added the 'h' to her name because she liked Granny and bimbo dildo action way it looked. The Bee Gees: Call Maurice "MA-riss. And it was only supposed to be the name of her band, not the singer herself. Although she did change her name to Sade.

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He likes to sit by the cement pond and whittle strips of wood, and be darned if he can work out why it ain't legal to touch his daughter Elly May and his nephew Jethro inappropriately now they's-a in the big city smog. But he knows a-better then to try and poke around with ol' Granny, hehe no, sir, he knows damn well that ol' Granny's fanny has turned to silly putty, and she can squat on a newspaper and come up with Garfield on her cooter. Jed was once married to Elly May's mom , and Jethro's mothers , cousins, first aunt twice-removed, nephews, niece's sister who was also Jed's brother 's sister 's daughter who was in love with the family dog but decided to get hitched to ol' Jed on a dime when he knocked her up by accident and her father who was also Jed's grandfather's daddy, well he did force 'em at gun point to get a-hitched. But Jed ended up skinnin' that bitch by-a accident one day when he was thinkin' he was a fixin' to skin a stick with his knife but it turned out it was her tiny wee iddy-bitty penis she had, and Jed figured, "well, I cuts the doodle off, no point in a-lettin' the rest go to waste" so he skinned the rest of her for "Sunday suppa". Daisy May, Aka: Why, she's so old she farts dust, she does. She is also a ragin' alcoholic who brews up her own moonshine, as she reckons the city booze tastes like "sex in a canoe" The girl on the cover with her nipples showing? Because I know how to write men that women fall in love with. Believe me, I cannot sell a Paolo. He's not a hero. You know who our hero is. The guy on the cover with his nipples showing? Great Britain is full of this sort of thing, both in personal names and place names. For example Featherstonehaugh FAN-shaw Mr. Menzies MING-iss. Partly because it wasn't originally a 'z' in the middle there, but the old Middle Scots letter 'yogh'. Early Scots printers didn't have a handy yogh in their fonts, so used the similarly shaped 'z' instead. Marylebone in London. Which can be said quite a few ways. In any place name ending in 'wick' or 'wich', such as Chiswick and Greenwich, the 'W' is silent. So Chiswick is 'chiz-ick' not 'chiz-wick', Greenwich is 'gren-itch' not 'green-witch'. Also Southwark is 'Suthuk'. Lampshaded in an '80s beer commercial voiced by John Cleese — where he deliberately mispronounced Greenwich, Connecticut as "Green Witch, Connect-i-cut". The upstate New York town of Greenwich is pronounced 'green-wich'. You know, just to be different. In the opening scene of On the Town , Chip demonstrates that he knows New York City only from a guidebook by pronouncing the name of one neighborhood "Green-witch Village". And Norwich is pronounced "Norrich". As in the thing you use to make toast. Also, the town Worsley War-sley and the surname Worsley Wurss-ley are both pronounced differently. Should the 'l' in Holme be silent or not? John Smith. Wymondham is pronounced "Wind-um". That's it. Oh, and it's not to be pronounced as "New Finland" either. Many a tourist has made that mistake. To add to the confusion, Leif Eriksson discovered "Vinland" Wineland , which is thought to be the southern tip of Newfoundland. Though some people pronounce it more like Newfun-land. It's illegal in Arkansas to pronounce the final "s". Speaking of which, the pronounciation of "Arkansas" is an easy way to tell if a speaker's from the state itself or Kansas. Then there's the Arkansas River, which begins in Colorado and is often pronounced with a final "s" outside the state of the same name. The former was named after William Houstoun, and the latter named after Sam Houston. HYOO-stin may start a fight. Same with Missouri, with New Madrid instead of simply Madrid. Many non-native Minnesotans have trouble pronouncing "Mahtomedi", "Wayzata", "Duluth", and "Shakopee". Well, maybe not Duluth, but the others And one more for Ohio: Sorta subverted in Louisiana where half the places and surnames actually are French. It's impossible to phoneticize as one word, but it's an unaccented 'nuh oe linz' with the vowels schwa'd together. But then you have street names with spellings in familiar English that locals will insist on pronouncing "Bur-GUN-dee". Played straight with the local pronunciation of Chartres Street, which natives will insist on pronouncing like "charters". In actual French it's "shartr", but one might as well write Chartres as only the S doesn't count. Chartres is a city and possibly a title linked to whoever the street was named after , a charte is The small town of Welsh, Louisiana, is pronounced "welch". Texas has several places and roads with odd pronunciations: Burnet is pronounced so that the mnemonic "It's Burnet; Durn it! Learn it! Gruene is pronounced "Green" according to websites about the town, and was founded by German immigrants. Austin has several places with interesting pronunciations. Refugio is "Re-fur-ee-oh". When first settled, it was pronounced as in Spanish, but that changed thanks to a large influx of Irish settlers in the s. Nowadays, even local Spanish speakers use the "odd" pronunciation. Bexar County is "Bay-err" or "Bear". Many French city names in Wisconsin are deliberately mispronounced. With Indian names in the upper Midwest, good luck. We'll be sure to make fun of you for mispronouncing "Oconomowoc. Don't let the locals snow you. Yet another Wisconsin hint: Even though it's named after the city in Germany, the pronunciation has shifted following World War II. And the second "A" is silent in "Shawano". Speaking of Fond du Lac, there is an elementary school there that is named Pier but is pronounced "pi-er" but people calling some times pronounce it as "pe-er". Tooele, Utah. It may take visitors a while to realize it is the town referred to when people said, "tuh-WILL-uh". The spelling actually got changed from the closer-to-the-mark Tuilla in the 19th Century. Spanish Fork Utah [again] is said just like it looks unless you're from there, in which case it is Spanish Fark. It's named after a Ute Indian Chief. A major road in Houston is Kuykendahl. Pronounced KIRK-en-doll. The H at the beginning of the name of the Houston suburb Humble is silent. Head north from Houston towards Dallas, head west when you're a couple hours away, and you'll come to Mexia. Pronounced "Muh-HEY-uh". Then in west Texas, you have Colorado City. Missourians are slightly divided on this issue. Most of us pronounce it "Missour-EE", but a small number of people, primarily from the southern part of the state, pronounce it "Missour-AH". People who live in or near Toronto tend to pronounce the city's name as something rather like "Tronno". Toronto, New South Wales is pronounced the same way. Don Cherry who grew up on the other end of Lake Ontario in Kingston, Ontario tends to call it "trah-na". While this matches the spelling, it is actually the locals who are following standard English phonetic rules of assimilation e. It's subject to debate among ourselves, with "Mon-rayhal", "Mont-rehal" and "Mon-treal" being the most common way to pronounce it. Speaking of streets in Canada, Dundas St. The town of Florida, Colorado pronounces its name the Spanish way: UK place names again: Edinburgh, Middlesbrough and Loughborough are in wildly different parts of the country Scotland, North Yorkshire and Leicestershire respectively and all pronounce the section of their names after the B as Borough despite the different spelling. Even weirder is the town of Brough which doesn't pronounce it like the similarly spelt Middlesbrough, but pronounces it as Bruff. The name Pittsburgh was chosen by General John Forbes when he made plans for a town at the site of Fort Duquesne in western Pennsylvania in Since Forbes was a native of Scotland, he undoubtedly intended it to be pronounced as "Pittsborough" or "Pittsburra". In fact, Forbes originally spelled it "Pittsbourgh". But with the combination of waning Scottish influence in the area, and the city charter which inadvertently omitted the H from the name, the "berg" pronunciation of "-burgh" became the accepted one. But it wasn't just Pittsburgh. Cities like Newburgh and Plattsburgh, New York have always used the "-berg" variation. The Couch in Couch St. The "correct" pronunciations of Oregon include: Yes, Ohio has a pathological inability to pronounce place names the same as where they were borrowed from. In something of an inversion: North Versailles, Pennsylvania was intended to be named for the French palace. The Rainier in Mt. It's only pronounced "Rai-ni-er" if you're camping on the west side of the mountain. Aloha, Oregon is pronounced with a silent H, unlike the Hawaiian word. Arab, Alabama is pronounced "AY-rab" just like Huck Finn's pronunciation of said word, noted in the "People" folder above. Boise, Idaho. Many people pronounce Tokyo with three syllables toh-kee-oh ; it's more accurately pronounced toh-kyo, with the "kyo" one syllable its name translates to "Eastern Capital". To make matters more confusing, it's four "beats" in Japanese, as both O's are "long" vowels. Spokane, Washington. The musical Love Life got this wrong. The accident-prone Philadelphia freeway next to and named after the Schuylkill river, however, is sometimes called the "Surekill Expressway", especially when discussing the "Conshohocken Curve" note that "Conshohocken" is pronounced as spelled but can be a tongue-twister anyway. Also in New York: The town near Rochester called Chili is pronounced CHY-ly, not "chilly" as it is commonly mispronounced by non-locals. In Vermont, Charlotte is pronounced "shar-lot" and Calais rhymes with palace, instead of the French pronunciation Cal-lay. Because why should Western Pennsylvania be consistent? People from Illinois will jump down your throat if you make the mistake of pronouncing the "S". Ports-smith or Ports-smuhth, not Ports-mouth Norfolk: Nohr-fick, Nohr-fuhk, or Naw-fick, but not Nohr-fohlk Huguenot: Hue-ge-not, not huh-gway-not or hoo-ge-no or variations of the two Suffolk: Suhf-fick or Suhf-fuhk, but not Suhf-fohlk Norfolk, Nebraska is pronounced "nor- fork ". It's named after the North Fork River and was supposed to be spelled "Norfork". People like to pronounce the city of Kobe written in Japanese as "Koube" , Japan, and the steak that takes its name from the city, like Kobe Bryant "koh-bee" , when it's actually "kohh-beh. That still doesn't stop them stealing the town sign just so they could say that they got to Fucking - what does is that the signs were replaced with theft-proof versions after the old ones were swiped too many times. Washington state has a few of these, besides Spokane and Mt. Rainier noted above. The tribe name is spelled Yakama because they realized settlers got it wrong. The Australian city of Brisbane is pronounced Briz-bin, not Briz-bain though Brisbane, California is pronounced Briz-bain even though it was named after the Australian Brisbane. Same with other Australian cities: French fur trappers brought the word butte , meaning "small hill", to the American West in the s. The French pronunciation is "boot". Americans shifted it to "byoot", most famously in the city of Butte, Montana. People not aware of that sometimes assume that it's supposed to be pronounced "butt". Hobart, IN is usually pronounced "Ho-burt" by residents rather than "Ho-bart" like the one in Tasmania note it wasn't named for that one. Neither is pronounced "NEW-erk". There's also a suburb of San Francisco called Rodeo with the same pronunciation. This is justified since it had been colonized by the French. Martinez, Georgia a suburb of Augusta. The middle syllable is pronounced like "tin" with very little stress on it it could almost be "Mart'nez, GA. Also Louisville, Georgia, unlike Kentucky, pronounces the -s. Beijing is regularly mispronounced by English speakers as "Beizhing" like the "s" in "measure" rather than the Chinese pronunciation, which is exactly how it looks with a soft "g" like in "gin". During the Winter Olympics, some even pronounced the Russian city Sochi again, pronounced exactly how it looks as "Soshi". A street in Houston is spelled Kuykendall. Locals pronounce it "Kirk-end-all", but visitors may pronounce that first syllable to rhyme with "guy", "boy", or even "buoy", and the last two may be changed to " Ken doll ". It's commonly referred as "Raja", but the surname is usually pronounced the way it's spelled instead of the proper Italian "gab-alley-ah". Grand Blanc is pronounced as if it were the English phrase "Grand Blank". Next Thread. Feb Posts: GD's New Band [ Re: Jul Posts: Jan Posts: The Dismemberment Plan combustible edison I don't often fvck around, but when I do, I don't fvck around. May Posts: Switch to Threaded Mode. View Profile. Send Private Message..

The result: The e is pronounced with long A sound in Yoruba, one of the main languages spoken in Nigeria her father is Nigerian, and she was born there.

Furthermore, Sade is her name. Or rather, Sade is the common short form of her middle name, Folasade. Lynyrd Skynyrd has an album called "Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd" Justified, as the band's name is based on that of a real person named Leonard Skinner. The synthesizer manufacturer Moog rhymes see more "vogue.

This is used as a shibboleth amongst hard Granny and bimbo dildo action synthesizer fans. Classical composer Aaron Copland's name is actually pronounced "Air-un Cope-lund". It is rare to find anyone called Aaron that pronounces their first name in this old fashioned way anymore, instead being pronounced like "Ah-ron".

Copland's Granny and bimbo dildo action is pronounced "roh-DAY-o". Johnny Vatos' surname is pronounced "VAH-toe". As he pointed out in his Behind the Music episode, Leif Garrett 's first name is actually pronounced "Layf". GaMetal is an inversion: In both the official bio and the music video Granny and bimbo dildo action Revenge Of Meta Knight click, it's heavily implied that Gay Metal is the one way that you cannot pronounce it.

Jonny, in the bio: Not that there is anything wrong with gay metal, ya know. In Granny and bimbo dildo action Crystal Kingdom-arc of The Adventure Zonethe gang meets a dwarf named Boyland pronounced as "boy-land"which they find hysterical.

In the next episode, Griffin tells them that Boyland was named after one of their fans, who clarified that his name is actually pronounced "boy-luhnd". However, real-life Boyland found the mispronunciation incredibly funny, so he gave them permission to continue using it.

Pro Wrestling. Old-school announcer Gordon Solietrying to class things up, would pronounce "Suplex" as "Souplay". It's pronounced "souplay" in amateur wrestling, partly because of the sport's European origins. The name DiBiase as in both generations of WWF wrestlers named " Ted DiBiase " is always pronounced "dee bee-yah-see" by announcers and commentators which raises the question of Granny and bimbo dildo action why the "i" and the "e" are being pronounced exactly the same way.

It actually should be pronounced "dee bee-yah- seh ", but don't expect anyone not a stickler for pronunciation of the Italian language to ever do so.

Shobana nude Watch Video Gratis gruppesex. His kin folk said, "Jed, Move away from there! Hills, that is. Swimmin' pools, movie stars This story is not about you just sitting right there, and me telling you about how I became " the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Ol' Jed is the old fart of the show. He likes to sit by the cement pond and whittle strips of wood, and be darned if he can work out why it ain't legal to touch his daughter Elly May and his nephew Jethro inappropriately now they's-a in the big city smog. But he knows a-better then to try and poke around with ol' Granny, hehe no, sir, he knows damn well that ol' Granny's fanny has turned to silly putty, and she can squat on a newspaper and come up with Garfield on her cooter. Jed was once married to Elly May's mom , and Jethro's mothers , cousins, first aunt twice-removed, nephews, niece's sister who was also Jed's brother 's sister 's daughter who was in love with the family dog but decided to get hitched to ol' Jed on a dime when he knocked her up by accident and her father who was also Jed's grandfather's daddy, well he did force 'em at gun point to get a-hitched. But Jed ended up skinnin' that bitch by-a accident one day when he was thinkin' he was a fixin' to skin a stick with his knife but it turned out it was her tiny wee iddy-bitty penis she had, and Jed figured, "well, I cuts the doodle off, no point in a-lettin' the rest go to waste" so he skinned the rest of her for "Sunday suppa". Daisy May, Aka: Why, she's so old she farts dust, she does. She is also a ragin' alcoholic who brews up her own moonshine, as she reckons the city booze tastes like "sex in a canoe" The sign said: The bartenders were not enjoying the evening much, either. 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Lampshaded in Terry Pratchett 's novel Hogfather: Psycho for Hire Mr. Teatime keeps telling people that his name is pronounced "Te-ah-ti-meh". Fortunately, he only considers it slightly annoying when they get it wrong. Amusingly, many of the cast in Sky One's Hogfather miniseries find more than one way to pronounce "Te-ah-ti-meh" each, including Marc Warren Mr. Teatime himself. This is brilliantly translated in French: Teatime is called M. Another Discworld one, from the Tiffany Aching subseries: Also from the Tiffany Aching subseries: Roland de Chumsfanleigh, pronounced "Chuffley". Usually footnoted with, "It wasn't his fault. Edward d'Eath. This is a Real Life surname, though. And originally almost always spelled "Death". The surname derives from men who played the character of Death in the medieval mystery plays each English town put on — the roles were lifelong and hereditary. The "d'Eath" or "d'Ath" construction is meant to make the name sound Norman French and therefore snooty. 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The third syllable is subtle, but present. Defied in The Intruders with this little exchange. You say potato And so does everyone else I've ever met. Live-Action TV. An episode of America's Funniest Home Videos featured a young boy complaining to his father who is insistent on pronouncing carrots as "cay-rots". Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Buffybot pronounces Giles as "Guy-els", with Giles bemoaning the fact that Spike didn't even bother to program his name correctly. The lady of the house speaking!! Well, the sisters are all named after flowers In an episode of Happy Endings , the gang meets their old friend Shershow's fiance, and this exchange occurs. I am so happy that you guys were able to make it on such short notice. I'm leaving next week to deliver solar ovens to Hondooras. Wow, Shershow, you hit it out of the park. She's both beautiful and says Honduras the fancy way. You always put the emphasis on "Rim" in "Rimmer". Makes me sound like a lavatory disinfectant. Well, what do you want me to call you? Hi, I'm Alex. What's your name? Paul [pronounces it as Pao-ul] Alex: Oh, that's a cool name! How do you spell it? Isn't that just Paul? It's Pao-ul! What you gonna call me next, Spi-kay? Jack's Receptionist: It's pronounced "Dall. Closeup shot of the receptionist suddenly has a different actress Jack's Receptionist: It's actually pronounced Jerka'A. All the T's in Skyfire are silent. Lynn then gets excited and runs off to prepare. Then Kate, her mother, has this conversation with ALF:. It's a "Folkswagen". Agnetha of ABBA 's name is supposed to pronounced like 'An-yeh-ta', but everyone from Britain and probably other places pronounces it 'Ag-nee-tha' anyway. It isn't quite helped that she added the 'h' to her name because she liked the way it looked. The Bee Gees: Call Maurice "MA-riss. And it was only supposed to be the name of her band, not the singer herself. Although she did change her name to Sade. The result: The e is pronounced with long A sound in Yoruba, one of the main languages spoken in Nigeria her father is Nigerian, and she was born there. Furthermore, Sade is her name. Or rather, Sade is the common short form of her middle name, Folasade. Lynyrd Skynyrd has an album called "Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd" Justified, as the band's name is based on that of a real person named Leonard Skinner. The synthesizer manufacturer Moog rhymes with "vogue. This is used as a shibboleth amongst hard core synthesizer fans. Classical composer Aaron Copland's name is actually pronounced "Air-un Cope-lund". It is rare to find anyone called Aaron that pronounces their first name in this old fashioned way anymore, instead being pronounced like "Ah-ron". Copland's Rodeo is pronounced "roh-DAY-o". Johnny Vatos' surname is pronounced "VAH-toe". As he pointed out in his Behind the Music episode, Leif Garrett 's first name is actually pronounced "Layf". GaMetal is an inversion: In both the official bio and the music video for Revenge Of Meta Knight , it's heavily implied that Gay Metal is the one way that you cannot pronounce it. Jonny, in the bio: Not that there is anything wrong with gay metal, ya know. In the Crystal Kingdom-arc of The Adventure Zone , the gang meets a dwarf named Boyland pronounced as "boy-land" , which they find hysterical. In the next episode, Griffin tells them that Boyland was named after one of their fans, who clarified that his name is actually pronounced "boy-luhnd". However, real-life Boyland found the mispronunciation incredibly funny, so he gave them permission to continue using it. Pro Wrestling. Old-school announcer Gordon Solie , trying to class things up, would pronounce "Suplex" as "Souplay". It's pronounced "souplay" in amateur wrestling, partly because of the sport's European origins. The name DiBiase as in both generations of WWF wrestlers named " Ted DiBiase " is always pronounced "dee bee-yah-see" by announcers and commentators which raises the question of just why the "i" and the "e" are being pronounced exactly the same way. It actually should be pronounced "dee bee-yah- seh ", but don't expect anyone not a stickler for pronunciation of the Italian language to ever do so. In a writing example, Japanese pro wrestling has the custom of some wrestlers writing down their ring names in all caps, which means they are using the "American letters" instead of kanji to distinguish themselves. In the past, this symbolised reject towards the native alphabet and thus it was a clear heel act, but nowadays this has been forgotten and wrestlers do it because it is cool. Subverted with Dragon Gate wrestler Gamma, who writes his name in foreign letters but not in all caps. An interesting case is played with Shingo Takagi. However, this change is not as random as it looks: Shingo was an apprentice member of the late stable Crazy MAX, whose members were usually required to change their names to an all caps one, and albeit he never did it because the group disbanded before he were ascended, he would have do it eventually. John Cena is partly of Italian descent, and his last name, which means "supper", should really be pronounced "Chayna". But Santino Marella , who in Kayfabe is an Italian national, has been the only one to not pronounce it "Seena". Stacy Keibler spent her entire career getting called "Keebler", just like the baked goods company. Apparently, this is how her family has always pronounced their name. However, in German the language the name seems to come from it would be pronounced "KYE-bler. He even corrected the ring announcer after he had taken a savage beating! No, no, no. It's Faaaaaaaaahn-daaaaaaaaaahn-gooooooooooh. Oh sweet, I'm getting an Audi! Peter, that says "audit". No, Brian, it's a foreign car. The "T" is silent. Ha ha, you said "nuclear"! It's "nucular", you dummy, the "S" is silent. Have her do a strip tease and see how long it takes you to get a 'bonner'. What's a 'bonner'? Can you can you get me some yoggurt? Is the yoggurt shop still open? Is there is there some place to dial up yoggurt? Pinkie Pie: They don't want to party. These ponies want to par-TAY! Rich Cat: My dear fellow, the word is mice , not "meeces. Meeces, schmeeses! Besides, there's only one person in this town I need to stop, and his middle name is "Danger. Is that true?! It's my grandmother's maiden name. Real Life — People. At the celebrity roast of William Shatner , George Takei introduced himself to the guest of honor with the following line: In England The surname Berkley is pronounced B ar kley. Similarly, Derby is "Darby" surname and county city. The county is Derbyshire DAR-bee-shur. And the word 'clerk' is "clark". In case you're wondering, this is because of a massive change in how we pronounced vowels from the 13th to 18th centuries. The surname "Featherstonhaugh" and the location from which the name derives is pronounced "FAN-shaw" And "Berkshire" is pronounced "Bark-shire". But the abbreviated form "berk" rhyming slang: Actually, it's pronounced "Burk", like Americans pronounce "Derp" as "Durp". The rhyming slang takes its name from the Berkeley Hunt. Which is, of course, pronounced "BARK-lee", as is the town where the hunt is actually based. No one is quite sure how to pronounce the name "Wriothesley", the surname of the former Earls of Southampton. Interpretations include: Possible case: More likely he simply pronounces it the same way as Brando did in Superman. Ralph as "Rafe" is the old traditional British pronunciation, still found in individuals like Ralph Fiennes and Ralph Vaughan Williams. Outside the UK, many people will pronounce it how it's spelt. John Boehner, who retired from his post as Speaker of the U. House in His last name is pronounced BAY-ner, not "boner". Same for actor Alex O'Loughlin. In his senior season, Joe Theismann originally pronounced THEES-man changed the pronunciation of his name so that it'd rhyme with Heisman, thinking he'd get more votes that way. He failed; Jim Plunkett won that year. Former Rice halfback Dicky Moegle later on changed the spelling of his last name to Maegle the look the way it's pronounced since many people said it as "MOH-gle". The printing method known as Giclee is pronounced "Zhee-clay". Go figure. It was taken from the French verb, "gicler" meaning "to squirt, spurt or spray". Guy Forget? Mike Krzyzewski, coach of the Duke Blue Devils men's basketball team. Apparently, "Krzyzewski" is pronounced "Sheshefski". Many non-Polish citizens have trouble pronouncing the surname "Szczepaniak", opting instead to write it as "Stepaniak" and pronounce it as "Steh-paw-nic". Try sha-TAHN. In his case, it's duh-NEEL. This is the German and Scandinavian pronunciation of the name, not completely surprising as her father is German and her mother is of German-Swedish extraction. However, she apparently does not go so far as to insist on her surname being given the proper German pronunciation, which would be more like "doonst". Louis Armstrong disliked being called "Louie", as he saw the nickname demeaning and dismissive of his achievements and talents. Even today, the pronunciation of his first name is Serious Business to jazz aficionados. While most people say "Carnegie" with the first syllable emphasized, "CAR-neh-gee", Andrew Carnegie himself pronounced his last name with the stress on the second syllable, i. In Pittsburgh, it and the many things with his name have always been pronounced Carnegie's way, to the extent of re-recording a recent bus announcement. Thandie Newton's first name is pronounced "Tandy", like the computer. One of Oxford's most famous colleges is 'Magdalen'. However, it is not pronounced as it's spelt, it's pronounced 'maudlin'. Same in Cambridge. Halley's Comet. Nobody is quite sure exactly how Edmond himself pronounced his last name; orthography was not yet fully standardized in the 17th century, and contemporary spellings included Hailey, Hayley, Haly, Hawly, and Hawley in addition to the now-standard Halley. Also, Walter Raleigh. It's "Raw-lee", not "Rah-lee". Charlize Theron has stated in interviews that she finds it amusing that people pronounce her last name in the media as "tha-rone" to make it sound fancy, saying that it's simply pronounced "thair-in. The "u" in Muslim is pronounced like the "u" in pudding or butcher , or the "oo" in foot or book. Think of how someone from Oop North pronounces up north. Stephen J. It does not rhyme with "shekels" or "heckles. Seuss is pronounced Soyce rhymes with voice. Seuss himself stated this many times during his life, but nobody seems to remember or care the producers of Seussical most certainly didn't. A collaborator of Seuss's wrote of him: You're wrong as the deuce And you shouldn't rejoice If you're calling him "Seuss". He pronounces it "Soice". The family has ever been tenacious of the name of Enroughty and equally tenacious of the name of "Darby," and if a stranger should happen to call any of them by any name other than that last given, he would immediately be requested to say "Darby. Real Life — Places. It's "keh-BECK". Pronouncing the "Qu" as in English is still common and accepted in English-speaking Canada, although here too second syllable is stressed, so there are two "correct" English pronunciations, "kwi-BECK" and "kuh-BECK" in the first one the vowel is a short "i", in the second a schwa. Mackin ac , that's just wack! If you live in Louisville you pronounce it as lul-vul. If you are from anywhere else you may pronounce it as Lou-is-ville, Lou-ie-ville or Low-ville. Kentucky, at least. The other Louisvilles are pretty straightforward in their "Lewie-vill" pronunciation. Except for Ohio Lew-is-ville. Ohio is sort of wonky with its place names: In Nebraska: Rumor has it, we can thank train stations, back before amplification: Originally a French name, papillon butterfly , which would be pronounced papyo n. The nearby river is called "Papio". If you live either there or in surrounding states, chances are you say "neh-VA-duh" with the vowel in the middle syllable pronounced like the vowel in "flat". If you don't, you probably say "neh-VAH-duh" with the "a" pronounced like the "o" in "bother" which, for English English pronouncers, is like the "ar" in "larder". In at least parts of the deep South, it can even be "NEH-vuh-duh". If a place in an English-speaking country ends with the suffix -cester as opposed to -chester or -caster you know it's going to be irregular. That includes American places that have inherited the irregular pronunciation from the English places. That is, with a "u" sound like in "puss", not like in "nut". Gloucester is "Gloster". And whilst you are in "Gloss-ter-shire," make sure that you pronounce the town of Berkeley "Bark-lee. Leominster is "Lemon-ster" in Massachusetts, and "Lemster" in England. The somewhat fairy-tale name of the village of Appletreewick in North Yorkshire, UK is pronounced "Ap-trick" by locals. The village of Athelstaneford in Scotland is pronounced "EL-shen-ferd", at least by locals. What makes it slightly more bizarre is that the village is named after the medieval king Athelstan, whose name is pronounced as it looks. Great Britain is full of this sort of thing, both in personal names and place names. For example Featherstonehaugh FAN-shaw Mr. Menzies MING-iss. 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Sexy rasiya Watch Video leah remininude. That said, how the name of the Dark Angel's Primarch Lion El'Jonson should be pronounced without making it sound almost exactly like the rather ordinarily-named "Lionel Johnson" he is named after is anyone's guess. Xyz is supposed to be pronounced as "ex-iez". Some players just call it "ex-why-zee" and even spell it as " XYZ ", which is actually the name of an archetype. Dillmond, I officially change my name! From now on, I will be known as Glinda, with out the GAH, because that's how he always pronounced it. The name is rhymed with "waif" in "A many years ago. With greater precision Without the elision , Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd—ha! And "Co'burn", not "Cockburn"; Though for that you are excused. Video Games. Derby [pronounced "DAR-bee"] in Bully. Which is how you pronounce the horse race, the city, or half of the county Derbyshire DAR-bee-shur in England. Even his own father. The character of Dudley Cholmondely in Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon. His name is pronounced "Chumley"; justified in that "Cholmondely" is actually pronounced that way see the Discworld example above. On the other hand, Japan pronounces it "Quicks" when written in katakana Taito the company that released the above game as much as other games for other system such as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System is pronounced "TIE-to", and not "tay-to". Ys is pronounced either "ease" or to rhyme with "peace" or "yeece" as in the localization of Ys VI. Not "wise". The spurious apostrophe the Sega Master System version added doesn't help at all. The obscure adventure Gene Machine features the main character Pierce Featherstonehaugh, pronounced Fanshaw. The phonetic variant is used for most of the game. The name is Truth in Television , though. Unlike English and many other languages, Japanese doesn't have stressed syllables the "emphasis" part or vowel reduction. However, it does have pitch accent "stressed" syllables are a downstep in the pitch of the sentence. In the English pronunciation of a Japanese word, it's natural to render pitch accent as stress. Of course, it's actually BASE. Freelance Police. However, everyone understands who they mean, and no one corrects them. Drakengard has several: The name of the protagonist of Drakengard 2 Nowe is pronounced "No-Way". There's a reason why there's an accent above the E. Monkey Island In the series, there's a running joke about the pronunciation of Guybrush Threepwood's name. It should be noted that most of the people who pronounce Guybrush's name wrong are doing it on purpose as a way of showing their disrespect for him. Rise of the Pirate God even lampshades it. Don't worry, Carniferouswood— Guybrush: Oh, come on, that doesn't even sound like "Threepwood. Web Animation. Homestar Runner Strong Bad does this constantly when reading his e-mails. He did this for Illinois "Eel-ee-nwah". He also calls Texas "Tejas", pronounces "California" the Spanish way, etc. It's a French adaptation of an Algonquin word. The silent 's' was definitely added by the French. It was probably pronounced something like "Eel-ee-nee-weh". This could be a subtle, running gag about him making just as many goofs as he corrects in his SB-Emails or a part of his oft-childish personality and his accent. In the last episodes of The Strangerhood it's revealed that Nikki's name is actually pronounced Nik-kay. In Red vs. Blue Reconstruction , a soldier sent to retrieve Caboose is named Jones, however, his commander pronounces it "Jo-ah-nes", annoying Jones "It's a really common name! Inanimate Insanity II: When MePhone claims he is cured of his condition, Test Tube is quick to let him know it's pronounced conditi-ON, the way Tissues says it. Foxy figures out what he means and pronounces it correctly. Web Comics. Various Cyantian characters use odd pronunciations for their names. Turn Signals on a Land Raider: Or 'layz'? Her name is spelled Ceilidh, but pronounced Kay-lee. Hilarity ensues. In Housepets! Web Original. Pretty much the entire point of Pronunciation Book. Jesse lost it and poked fun at that for the next few minutes. A running joke in the "Jack and Dean" videos involves Dean pronouncing Facebook "Fack-ee-book" for the sole purpose of annoying Jack. Used many times by SF Debris: Pulaski's insistence on mispronouncing "Day-ta" as "Da-tuh". Chuck notes this is akin to calling the ship the USS Enter-prez-say. He's infuriated with the stories that Stuart Baird kept mispronouncing Levar Burton's name on the set of Nemesis , especially since Burton was far more qualified to direct the movie than him. Pokes fun at the early attempts to highlight Chakotay as a Native American with an "ethnic" pronunciation of his name. I've never found your twisted sense of humour funny, Cha-KOT-ay. Did she just call him "Chocolate Day"? Western Animation. Coyote introduces himself to Bugs Bunny as "Wile E. Her name would have been pronounced something like "tree-wee-ah". Used in Kim Possible , when Kim meets her brothers' guidance counselor. Miss Guide: Uh, g'day to you too. Isn't that pronounced "Tib-a-do? Well, you know, sometimes, by mistake. Simpson, as you have experience in a nuclear power plant, you can serve on a submarine. It's pronounced nu-cue-lar. Next to Spring and Winter, Fall is my absolute favorite season. Just look at all this beautiful foilage. It's not "foilage," mom, it's "foliage. That's what I said, foilage. It doesn't take a nucular scientist to pronounce foilage. What's a "gime"? A gime! Stop eating our young! And it's pronounced "gwah-kah-moh-lay"! Oh sweet, I'm getting an Audi! Peter, that says "audit". No, Brian, it's a foreign car. The "T" is silent. Ha ha, you said "nuclear"! It's "nucular", you dummy, the "S" is silent. Have her do a strip tease and see how long it takes you to get a 'bonner'. What's a 'bonner'? Can you can you get me some yoggurt? Is the yoggurt shop still open? Is there is there some place to dial up yoggurt? Pinkie Pie: They don't want to party. These ponies want to par-TAY! Rich Cat: My dear fellow, the word is mice , not "meeces. Meeces, schmeeses! Besides, there's only one person in this town I need to stop, and his middle name is "Danger. Is that true?! It's my grandmother's maiden name. Real Life — People. At the celebrity roast of William Shatner , George Takei introduced himself to the guest of honor with the following line: In England The surname Berkley is pronounced B ar kley. Similarly, Derby is "Darby" surname and county city. The county is Derbyshire DAR-bee-shur. And the word 'clerk' is "clark". There's a bimbo on the cover of my book There's a bimbo on the cover of my book She is blonde and she is sexy, she Is nowhere in the text , she. We're all taught never to judge a book by its cover. Many still do; a book's cover is one of the most important marketing opportunities it has. Unfortunately, some books are cursed with the Contemptible Cover. The kind of cover that contains an excess of sexual, violent or otherwise lurid imagery, often at odds with the book's actual content. This story is not about you just sitting right there, and me telling you about how I became " the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Ol' Jed is the old fart of the show. He likes to sit by the cement pond and whittle strips of wood, and be darned if he can work out why it ain't legal to touch his daughter Elly May and his nephew Jethro inappropriately now they's-a in the big city smog. But he knows a-better then to try and poke around with ol' Granny, hehe no, sir, he knows damn well that ol' Granny's fanny has turned to silly putty, and she can squat on a newspaper and come up with Garfield on her cooter. Jed was once married to Elly May's mom , and Jethro's mothers , cousins, first aunt twice-removed, nephews, niece's sister who was also Jed's brother 's sister 's daughter who was in love with the family dog but decided to get hitched to ol' Jed on a dime when he knocked her up by accident and her father who was also Jed's grandfather's daddy, well he did force 'em at gun point to get a-hitched. But Jed ended up skinnin' that bitch by-a accident one day when he was thinkin' he was a fixin' to skin a stick with his knife but it turned out it was her tiny wee iddy-bitty penis she had, and Jed figured, "well, I cuts the doodle off, no point in a-lettin' the rest go to waste" so he skinned the rest of her for "Sunday suppa". Daisy May, Aka: Why, she's so old she farts dust, she does. She is also a ragin' alcoholic who brews up her own moonshine, as she reckons the city booze tastes like "sex in a canoe" Yes, Sir, ol' Granny, she's a lively one, she will whoop your ass when she's in heat and you don't wanna plant any baby batter inside her hootin' fanny. Why, I seen this one time, Jethro and Jed refused to eat her special supper out of her stink-hole, and she beat the hell 'n tarnation out of both of 'em for wastin' a perfectly good skunt-roast. Granny was also Miss Gangbang , and boy God, was she even ugly back then, but don't you go a-tellin' Granny I told's you that, or else she might prepare a skunt-roast just for me and I know that the white-tailed mouse a-hidin' in Granny's hole's gettin' fatter. It's listed in the Player's Handbook that the coup de grace action correctly pronounced coo-duh-grahss, meaning strike of mercy should be pronounced "coo-day-grah" translated roughly as "bowl of fat". You'd think they would check before printing it in the book. Not to mention that this particular mistake has been repeated over several editions of the game. One LARP system dealt with the constant mispronunciation by introducing "coo-de-grah" as an actual call as well as coup de grace — effect: Rifts has an alien race called the Xiticix. The books state it is meant to be pronounced "zeye-TICK-icks," but gaming groups as well as many staff members at Palladium Books almost never get the pronunciation right. As an example, Kevin Siembieda mentioned that his father called them "City Chicks. As very little guidance save various video games exists to the pronunciation of a variety of Warhammer and Warhammer 40, names, players tend to call them as they see them. As far as Tzeentch goes, it's explicitly said in various fluff sources that in both fantasy and 40K different cults and cultures have different pronunciations — indeed often different names — for the different Chaos gods. Which, makes sense, given that they're the gods of freakin' Chaos. Similarly with "lasgun" or "lascannon", most say "Laz", but a few go by the root of "Laser" and pronounce them as "Layz-guns". This was noted among some gaming communities as a point of contention in the otherwise well-received Dawn of War series, where Imperial Guardsmen mentioned "Layzguns", although not as egregious as the pronouncing of the Greek word "Chimera" as "Shimmerer" Apparently the Death World of Catachan is pronounced "cat-a-can". No idea why. The Ultramarines Primarch Roboute Guilleman is a frequent offender, with fabulously diverse opinions on pronunciation. Row-boat-ay Gilly-man? Row-boot Guh-ill-eh-man? Robert Gilman? That said, how the name of the Dark Angel's Primarch Lion El'Jonson should be pronounced without making it sound almost exactly like the rather ordinarily-named "Lionel Johnson" he is named after is anyone's guess. Xyz is supposed to be pronounced as "ex-iez". Some players just call it "ex-why-zee" and even spell it as " XYZ ", which is actually the name of an archetype. Dillmond, I officially change my name! From now on, I will be known as Glinda, with out the GAH, because that's how he always pronounced it. The name is rhymed with "waif" in "A many years ago. With greater precision Without the elision , Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd—ha! And "Co'burn", not "Cockburn"; Though for that you are excused. Video Games. Derby [pronounced "DAR-bee"] in Bully. Which is how you pronounce the horse race, the city, or half of the county Derbyshire DAR-bee-shur in England. Even his own father. The character of Dudley Cholmondely in Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon. His name is pronounced "Chumley"; justified in that "Cholmondely" is actually pronounced that way see the Discworld example above. On the other hand, Japan pronounces it "Quicks" when written in katakana Taito the company that released the above game as much as other games for other system such as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System is pronounced "TIE-to", and not "tay-to". Ys is pronounced either "ease" or to rhyme with "peace" or "yeece" as in the localization of Ys VI. Not "wise". The spurious apostrophe the Sega Master System version added doesn't help at all. The obscure adventure Gene Machine features the main character Pierce Featherstonehaugh, pronounced Fanshaw. The phonetic variant is used for most of the game. The name is Truth in Television , though. Unlike English and many other languages, Japanese doesn't have stressed syllables the "emphasis" part or vowel reduction. However, it does have pitch accent "stressed" syllables are a downstep in the pitch of the sentence. In the English pronunciation of a Japanese word, it's natural to render pitch accent as stress. Of course, it's actually BASE. Freelance Police. However, everyone understands who they mean, and no one corrects them. Drakengard has several: The name of the protagonist of Drakengard 2 Nowe is pronounced "No-Way". There's a reason why there's an accent above the E. Monkey Island In the series, there's a running joke about the pronunciation of Guybrush Threepwood's name. It should be noted that most of the people who pronounce Guybrush's name wrong are doing it on purpose as a way of showing their disrespect for him. Rise of the Pirate God even lampshades it. Don't worry, Carniferouswood— Guybrush: Oh, come on, that doesn't even sound like "Threepwood. Web Animation. Homestar Runner Strong Bad does this constantly when reading his e-mails. He did this for Illinois "Eel-ee-nwah". He also calls Texas "Tejas", pronounces "California" the Spanish way, etc. It's a French adaptation of an Algonquin word. The silent 's' was definitely added by the French. It was probably pronounced something like "Eel-ee-nee-weh". This could be a subtle, running gag about him making just as many goofs as he corrects in his SB-Emails or a part of his oft-childish personality and his accent. In the last episodes of The Strangerhood it's revealed that Nikki's name is actually pronounced Nik-kay. In Red vs. Blue Reconstruction , a soldier sent to retrieve Caboose is named Jones, however, his commander pronounces it "Jo-ah-nes", annoying Jones "It's a really common name! Inanimate Insanity II: When MePhone claims he is cured of his condition, Test Tube is quick to let him know it's pronounced conditi-ON, the way Tissues says it. Foxy figures out what he means and pronounces it correctly. Web Comics. Various Cyantian characters use odd pronunciations for their names. Turn Signals on a Land Raider: Or 'layz'? Her name is spelled Ceilidh, but pronounced Kay-lee. Hilarity ensues. In Housepets! Web Original. Pretty much the entire point of Pronunciation Book. Jesse lost it and poked fun at that for the next few minutes. A running joke in the "Jack and Dean" videos involves Dean pronouncing Facebook "Fack-ee-book" for the sole purpose of annoying Jack. Used many times by SF Debris: Pulaski's insistence on mispronouncing "Day-ta" as "Da-tuh". Chuck notes this is akin to calling the ship the USS Enter-prez-say. He's infuriated with the stories that Stuart Baird kept mispronouncing Levar Burton's name on the set of Nemesis , especially since Burton was far more qualified to direct the movie than him. Pokes fun at the early attempts to highlight Chakotay as a Native American with an "ethnic" pronunciation of his name. I've never found your twisted sense of humour funny, Cha-KOT-ay. Did she just call him "Chocolate Day"? Western Animation. Coyote introduces himself to Bugs Bunny as "Wile E. Her name would have been pronounced something like "tree-wee-ah". Used in Kim Possible , when Kim meets her brothers' guidance counselor. Miss Guide: Uh, g'day to you too. Isn't that pronounced "Tib-a-do? Well, you know, sometimes, by mistake. Simpson, as you have experience in a nuclear power plant, you can serve on a submarine. It's pronounced nu-cue-lar. Next to Spring and Winter, Fall is my absolute favorite season. Just look at all this beautiful foilage. It's not "foilage," mom, it's "foliage. That's what I said, foilage. It doesn't take a nucular scientist to pronounce foilage. What's a "gime"? A gime! Stop eating our young! And it's pronounced "gwah-kah-moh-lay"! Oh sweet, I'm getting an Audi! Peter, that says "audit". No, Brian, it's a foreign car. The "T" is silent. Ha ha, you said "nuclear"! It's "nucular", you dummy, the "S" is silent. Have her do a strip tease and see how long it takes you to get a 'bonner'. What's a 'bonner'? Can you can you get me some yoggurt? Especially those living in trailer parks in the southern midwest. The best marquee that I ever saw was at The Whiskey on Sunset in the early 80's. Two bands were playing that night. 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