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April 11, 2012


Unfortunately our strict policy prohibits us from presenting the Pronunciation Guide of the Day.

(Thanks to Jenny Kellner)


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Gee, what a role model to be for Miss USA. Her language from my understanding was like a drunken sailor also. She must not see anything wrong with it. The title years ago was one of an honor. My has that gone by the wayside.

Very true Theresa. As for this story, I would never have noticed the pronunciation if it had not been pointed out.

All I can say is thank God for journalists! If it weren't for the prudent addition of that pronunciation guide, I would have demeaned myself by pronouncing Rima Fakih incorrectly as "Clee-o-pa-tra Lip-shitz...."

so is her MOTHER also be a FUH’-kee or would she be a ....


i'm not gonna say it

*strikes 1st be*

I bought a Rima paper yesterday for my printer. That was easy enough to pronounce.

"Clee-o-pa-tra Lip-shitz...."

Careful, Vince - that also would violate the blog's strict policy.

She can look up MY Funk & Wagnall's any time she wants. Hubba hubba.

*SMACKS* padraig.

I kinda like Justice Officer. that's cool.

That's faked up.

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