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6-29-2010 @ 3:30PM
Since when do people be writin' thar accents in lettarrs?
6-29-2010 @ 3:32PM
Evah since we be talkin' 'bout tings dat aah detaachable, mon.
6-29-2010 @ 3:35PM
Och, aye. Dwarves're always transcribin' their accents. If we didnae transcribe our accents, ye wouldnae know it were a Dwarf!
6-29-2010 @ 3:38PM
Mon, da short an' stout ones, dey work much like da Trolls.Dis is known mostly as da "voice 'n da head" syndrome. I tink I can give a good example o' dis.*clears throat*"Good news, everyone! I just developed a device that makes you read this message in the voice of Professor Farnsworth!"Aye, if'n ya ever read da Troll handwritin' in da game, ya read it in da voice o' da Trolls, mon.
6-29-2010 @ 3:57PM
I suspect the king didn't actually *write* that response. Rather, he dictated it. To a very literal gnome, no doubt, who wrote it down *exactly* as it was spoken.
6-29-2010 @ 4:31PM
6-29-2010 @ 9:10PM
http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0305.htmlI think this describes it best.
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