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3-26-2012 @ 11:33AM
If WoW has taught me anything, it is that when presented with an unfamiliar word (whether it be entirely fictional or just one you've never seen or heard before), you will be shocked at how incorrectly people can pronounce it. Adding letters, whole syllables and the like is not uncommon.It must be something in our psyche that says "if you don't know how to say it, just move on" and when translated to spoken word that results in saying whatever comes naturally with little consideration to what it actually written on the page.
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