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posted on Oct 18, 2010, 10 pm

My Comments:

psudonym, Oct 18, 2010, 10 pm

Hope you all had a good weekend.

Oh, and I guess it's answer time!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jenny_Everywhere
Now I wonder where she'll be next.

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Your Comments:

Profanity00, Oct 18, 2010, 10 pm

Aw, how romantic... Way to kill the mood, Question Duck, lol.

Pronce, Oct 18, 2010, 10 pm

The real question is, did he say read or read?

Reigan, Oct 18, 2010, 10 pm

Because we can.

Things that go boom, Oct 18, 2010, 11 pm

because us americans are lazy and didn't want to come up with another word to add to our over 600,000 word vocabulary.

sbdrag, Oct 19, 2010, 05 am

@Things that go boom:

exactly.

greatday4awalk, Oct 19, 2010, 06 am

I think english might be the only language with homographs

Mr.Brickwithfeet, Oct 19, 2010, 08 am

@Things that go boom: What's funny about that is that we're actually so lazy, we ended up making the English language more complicated than it has 2 b.

eishiya, Oct 19, 2010, 12 pm

greatday4awalk: It isn't. Russian and Japanese have them too, and I'm sure there are other languages with them too.

u_queen, Oct 19, 2010, 01 pm

@eishiya: Spanish has them too (and way too many).

So read and read are pronunced the same way? What have I been doing all those years? o.O

TheMultiPhuk, Oct 19, 2010, 02 pm

@eishiya: Danish has them too.

pwii, Oct 23, 2010, 12 am

Because languages aren't changed. They evolve.

kittycatcupcakes, Nov 20, 2010, 04 pm

tomato tomoto

Thrudd, Feb 09, 2011, 11 am

The opposite effect are words that are pronounced exactly the same but are spelled differently.

You can say "How do you spell 2?" but the other person can't write down the question. Two, To, Too.

Guest, May 25, 2011, 01 am

Wait...

Which pronunciation is he asking about?!

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