jaznbonnie wrote:This actually touches on my pet peeve. It is the word "probably". Many people in my region pronounce it as "prolly". I'd like to know where they think both b's went?
raptornx01 wrote:Heh, I pronounce Probably as probly (and often spell it that if I need to use shorthand.)
The Lieutenant thing I'm the same way. To me it always sounds like they are saying Left-Tenant which makes me think there is a right-tenant. makes it worse when the phrase Right, Left-tenant pops up
I've always said wash as wahsh, despite that my mother has always said it as warsh. Though I do say creek the way she does, which is crick. and my brother insists on pronouncing ethernet as eh-thernet instead of ee-thernet as I do.
One of my roommates at school used to pronounce "wash" as "warsh". It took several months but I finally managed to train her to pronounce it without the "r" - "wa(ah)sh".
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