#1
How do I say Les Claypool?
Is the 'Les'part like les of lesbian? or
is it more like french 'les'(not saying 's')
My point is.. do I say s of les at the end?
I just don't want to get embarassed...
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#3
are you fu*king kidding me?????????
its like les in les paul guitarist, les paul guitars, and lesbian
how do you not know that??
ahh but its aight, someones ignorant at one point
#4
Quote by pucci6d6
are you fu*king kidding me?????????
its like les in les paul guitarist, les paul guitars, and lesbian
how do you not know that??
ahh but its aight, someones ignorant at one point


You could have just said its his name
#6
Quote by Kartman
Less Klae pu ol


NO its not like that its pronounced Lez not Less just like lesbian
#7
^its actually more of a combination of the two.

Its short for "Lesly". Lesly Edward Claypool is his full name. So, just say "Lesly" minus the "ly", and you've got it.


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#10
Quote by Incubus_SCIENCE
^its actually more of a combination of the two.

Its short for "Lesly". Lesly Edward Claypool is his full name. So, just say "Lesly" minus the "ly", and you've got it.


exactly, les is commonly used as a shortened version of the names lesly, leslie etc. it's really just common sense
#11
this is a funny thread: people are fighting becuase of something that stupid. good job threadmaker. It made my hour.

I hate the look of those guitars so I wouldn't know how to pronounce it.
#13
Quote by Incubus_SCIENCE
^its actually more of a combination of the two.

Its short for "Lesly". Lesly Edward Claypool is his full name. So, just say "Lesly" minus the "ly", and you've got it.


Except people pronounce Leslie Lesslie and Lezlie.