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Yes I do
63 83%
No I don't
13 17%
Voters: 76.
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#1
when you say the word 'internet' do you pronounce the T after the N? I don't and want to know if it's me being a slack jawed retard or if other people do it as well.
#2
I leave it off.

Also, I don't really know how saying it that way makes you a slack jawed kitchen
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it's all coming back

it's all coming back to me
#3
Quote by Baby Joel

Also, I don't really know how saying it that way makes you a slack jawed kitchen

'mentally handicapped' people aren't the most well spoken bunch. strong as oxen though.
#4
I voted yes; however, after saying it out loud a few times it's very faint and barely audible so it basically sounds like I'm leaving it out. I feel myself pronouncing it, yet it's barely there. It probably depends on how quickly I'm talking too.
#7
Quote by digman50
Yes, I speak properly.

It's not spelled Inernet, is it?

it's not spelled newmoañah, is it?
#8
I say Inna'net because:
bawitaba a bang a bang diggy diggy diggy sed the boogie sed up jump the boogie
#9
Quote by RylanThePotato
I say Inna'net because:



thread is over.
it's all just coming back
it's all coming back

it's all coming back to me
#11
Quote by genghisgandhi
it's not spelled newmoañah, is it?


You know the point I'm making
#12
It's not you that's dumb, it's your Jersey accent.
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#13
I pronounce the 't'. Sometimes, I put an extra one in there at the start to make up for people like you, TS, and say "t'internet". When I do that, I also utilise a hand gesture, as though I'm typing on an invisible, floating keyboard.
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#15
Oh wait we're talking about the first t? I thought we were talking about the one at the end
Oh yeah of course I pronounce the first t. Who doesn't?
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it's all coming back

it's all coming back to me
#16
Quote by Baby Joel
Oh wait we're talking about the first t? I thought we were talking about the one at the end
Oh yeah of course I pronounce the first t. Who doesn't?


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#17
yeh but let's be real, he can do anything and it'll be 'aight nah mean, just cause it's him
it's all just coming back
it's all coming back

it's all coming back to me
#21
yeah America sucks
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it's all coming back

it's all coming back to me
#23
I say "innernet." I also say Florida like "flar-da."
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#25
I initially read this as "do you say it normally or like interne." I'm sleepy.

I fell I say it but you can't hear it.
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#27
I pronounce it because I am a stand-up individual but I also chose 'No I don't.' because the people I affect every day need my humorous input to get through their day.




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uboga gmajna, le vpup, le vkup,
le vkup, le vkup z menoj,
staro pravdo v mrak tulimo,
da se pretulimo skozi to zimo
#28
depends how landan I'm being with my accent that day.
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#29
I say innernet. Didnt realize it til now
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#31
Quote by jazz_rock_feel
In general, Canadians don't pronounce the inner 't's of words.

Or is it the inter t's???

OT: Yes I pronounce the T
#34
Quote by jazz_rock_feel
In general, Canadians don't pronounce the inner 't's of words.


As a Canadian, I disagree. I say it like it's spelled In-ter-net.
3 syllables isn't that hard guys
#35
Quote by JackWhiteIsButts
Are there real people who actually pronounce it innernet?


yes. travel a tad north east of where you are and you'll find me and the rest of my innernet crew

water -> wooter
wash -> warsh
sink -> zinc
toilet -> tawlet
different -> dinfrent
i'm astonished -> great ass!
hickey -> hallmark card

get wit it
i don't know why i feel so dry
#37
Quote by Eastwinn
yes. travel a tad north east of where you are and you'll find me and the rest of my innernet crew

water -> wooter
wash -> warsh
sink -> zinc
toilet -> tawlet
different -> dinfrent
i'm astonished -> great ass!
hickey -> hallmark card

get wit it

I would but I'm afraid I wouldn't be able to resist your sisters sexual advances


Them thirstay eyes

Quote by captainsnazz
the entire north of england but it's more like in'uh-neh'

So they just go the five year old route of not pronouncing "r's" at all then?
#38
Quote by fLYinGV23
As a Canadian, I disagree. I say it like it's spelled In-ter-net.
3 syllables isn't that hard guys

I call actual bullshit on this. That would be like pronouncing the second T in Toronto. It's simply not done.
#39
Quote by jazz_rock_feel
I call actual bullshit on this. That would be like pronouncing the second T in Toronto. It's simply not done.


Can't tell if you're attempting to troll or not, but I come from a prairie town and even /we/ say it proper.

Just noticed you're from Winnipeg, that explains it LOL
#40
Quote by JackWhiteIsButts
Are there real people who actually pronounce it innernet?



innanet.


yeh.
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