#1
I say:
Ex - uh - dus

My dad says:
Eggs - uh - dus

And my sister says:
Eggs - oh - dus

After hearing how they said it, it got me thinking.
So, who's right?
R.I.P. Witold "Vitek" Kiełtyka and Dimebag Darrell.

My Gear:
Dean Two-Tone Razorback
LTD MH-50 w/ EMG 81/85
Jackson DK2 Dinky
Ibanez RG350MDX
Line 6 120w Spider III
Marshall MG30DFX
Roland Cube 30w
#3
iunno, That's why I asked lol
R.I.P. Witold "Vitek" Kiełtyka and Dimebag Darrell.

My Gear:
Dean Two-Tone Razorback
LTD MH-50 w/ EMG 81/85
Jackson DK2 Dinky
Ibanez RG350MDX
Line 6 120w Spider III
Marshall MG30DFX
Roland Cube 30w
#6
/ˈɛksədəs/ [ek-suh-duhs] (ěk'sə-dəs)

hope that clears things up
Gear:
Inflatable Guitar
Digitech GSP 2101/Mosvalve 962/Yamaha S412V
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#7
I say 'TOXIC WALTZ!'
Gear:
Ibanez S470 (EMG 81/S/85)
Sigma DMC-15E
Laney VH100R
Laney 4x12 Cab
Ibanez Weeping Demon
M-Audio ProKeys 88
Mbox 3 Pro
KRK RP6 G2's
Plum Team FTW!

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#9
Reggae has the answer.
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Quote by cagnius
Shut up. Actually, higher mods...can we ban him for being a cunt?
#12
Following the rule of pronouncing any vowel with a long sound when followed by only one consanent and then another vowel it should be ek-soh-dus, but I've heard it pronounced ek-suh-dus 99% of the time (I pronounce it ek-suh-dus).

To clear up any confusion with the previous statement an example would be:

rated - pronounced ray-tehd with a long a and not rah-tehd or rat-tehd. English sucks.
#13
Quote by djmay71
what does this have to do with metal/?

Yeah, I agree. Exodus are totally metal-slam-gore-core and doesn't belong here