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OT Spelling Bee [Round 5]

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z0z
the differences in spelling and pronunciation make each variation in english called a dialect
ClevelandsMyBro
julian gets the whoosh award. i dont know what happened to manish but he fell off big time.
Topic Starter
YyottaCat
Starting today after I get home.

I'm thinking of splitting it into 20 days with 10 words per day.
ShinRun
Now the one problem with this event is how would you know if someone is cheating
Topic Starter
YyottaCat

ShinRun wrote:

Now the one problem with this event is how would you know if someone is cheating
This is just for fun so there are no awards and I'm just going to assume that nobody cheats. If somebody does cheat then they will be killed.
Manishh

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ghoulybits wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ClevelandsMyBro wrote:

*uses correct original spelling,

gets labelled english spy.
100% logical.
Did you... not get the joke?
bold of you to assume that.
Let me explain

So in that comic you can see that the british and A another country in war, probably america? Or you can say english people, white people are at war and as you know, british people spell rumor with an 'U' "Romour" . So the commander was smart, seeing his british spelling tell him that he is a spy.

Its funny because its a stupid joke
Manishh

YyottaCat wrote:

ShinRun wrote:

Now the one problem with this event is how would you know if someone is cheating
This is just for fun so there are no awards and I'm just going to assume that nobody cheats. If somebody does cheat then they will be killed.
If I win you will be my cat for 1 week
Peak
holy center
ShinRun

Manishh wrote:

YyottaCat wrote:

ShinRun wrote:

Now the one problem with this event is how would you know if someone is cheating
This is just for fun so there are no awards and I'm just going to assume that nobody cheats. If somebody does cheat then they will be killed.
If I win you will be my cat for 1 week
Yeah mate Yyotta is going to stab you
Manishh

ShinRun wrote:

Manishh wrote:

YyottaCat wrote:

ShinRun wrote:

Now the one problem with this event is how would you know if someone is cheating
This is just for fun so there are no awards and I'm just going to assume that nobody cheats. If somebody does cheat then they will be killed.
If I win you will be my cat for 1 week
Yeah mate Yyotta is going to stab you
A good Cat will never do that
ShinRun

Manishh wrote:

ShinRun wrote:

Manishh wrote:

YyottaCat wrote:

ShinRun wrote:

Now the one problem with this event is how would you know if someone is cheating
This is just for fun so there are no awards and I'm just going to assume that nobody cheats. If somebody does cheat then they will be killed.
If I win you will be my cat for 1 week
Yeah mate Yyotta is going to stab you
A good Cat will never do that
Well Yyotta isn’t a good cat

Shit she’s not even a cat, she’s a demon
Manishh
Demon cat?

You can't just say that she isn't good just because she is a demon bro, that's a bad thing to say about someone
Julian_Kaiser

Manishh wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ghoulybits wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ClevelandsMyBro wrote:

*uses correct original spelling,

gets labelled english spy.
100% logical.
Did you... not get the joke?
bold of you to assume that.
Let me explain

So in that comic you can see that the british and A another country in war, probably america? Or you can say english people, white people are at war and as you know, british people spell rumor with an 'U' "Romour" . So the commander was smart, seeing his british spelling tell him that he is a spy.

Its funny because its a stupid joke
I understood the meme,
my reply was adding to how illogical it would sound if you actually label someone as "English" when he uses the spelling that is used outside of the US.
I recall another meme where someone was labelled "Canadian" for using the pronunciation "Zed" instead of "zee"
Manishh

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

Manishh wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ghoulybits wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ClevelandsMyBro wrote:

*uses correct original spelling,

gets labelled english spy.
100% logical.
Did you... not get the joke?
bold of you to assume that.
Let me explain

So in that comic you can see that the british and A another country in war, probably america? Or you can say english people, white people are at war and as you know, british people spell rumor with an 'U' "Romour" . So the commander was smart, seeing his british spelling tell him that he is a spy.

Its funny because its a stupid joke
I understood the meme,
my reply was adding to how illogical it would sound if you actually label someone as "English" when he uses the spelling that is used outside of the US.
I recall another meme where someone was labelled "Canadian" for using the pronunciation "Zed" instead of "zee"
You dont care about logic in a meme sir
Julian_Kaiser

Manishh wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

Manishh wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ghoulybits wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ClevelandsMyBro wrote:

*uses correct original spelling,

gets labelled english spy.
100% logical.
Did you... not get the joke?
bold of you to assume that.
Let me explain

So in that comic you can see that the british and A another country in war, probably america? Or you can say english people, white people are at war and as you know, british people spell rumor with an 'U' "Romour" . So the commander was smart, seeing his british spelling tell him that he is a spy.

Its funny because its a stupid joke
I understood the meme,
my reply was adding to how illogical it would sound if you actually label someone as "English" when he uses the spelling that is used outside of the US.
I recall another meme where someone was labelled "Canadian" for using the pronunciation "Zed" instead of "zee"
You dont care about logic in a meme sir
You were only thinking inside the prisonous box of Americanism. I am outside the box.
Cerno
fucking hell trim ur fucking quotes ffs
ghoulybits

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

Manishh wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

Manishh wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ghoulybits wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ClevelandsMyBro wrote:

*uses correct original spelling,

gets labelled english spy.
100% logical.
Did you... not get the joke?
bold of you to assume that.
Let me explain

So in that comic you can see that the british and A another country in war, probably america? Or you can say english people, white people are at war and as you know, british people spell rumor with an 'U' "Romour" . So the commander was smart, seeing his british spelling tell him that he is a spy.

Its funny because its a stupid joke
I understood the meme,
my reply was adding to how illogical it would sound if you actually label someone as "English" when he uses the spelling that is used outside of the US.
I recall another meme where someone was labelled "Canadian" for using the pronunciation "Zed" instead of "zee"
You dont care about logic in a meme sir
You were only thinking inside the prisonous box of Americanism. I am outside the box.

It's not that deep
z0z
it's just a few letter difference, just accept either spelling
ColdTooth
spell barack obama's last name
Itz_UwU_Playz

ghoulybits wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

Manishh wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

Manishh wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ghoulybits wrote:

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

ClevelandsMyBro wrote:

*uses correct original spelling,

gets labelled english spy.
100% logical.
Did you... not get the joke?
bold of you to assume that.
Let me explain

So in that comic you can see that the british and A another country in war, probably america? Or you can say english people, white people are at war and as you know, british people spell rumor with an 'U' "Romour" . So the commander was smart, seeing his british spelling tell him that he is a spy.

Its funny because its a stupid joke
I understood the meme,
my reply was adding to how illogical it would sound if you actually label someone as "English" when he uses the spelling that is used outside of the US.
I recall another meme where someone was labelled "Canadian" for using the pronunciation "Zed" instead of "zee"
You dont care about logic in a meme sir
You were only thinking inside the prisonous box of Americanism. I am outside the box.

It's not that deep
thanks for the vid, ghouly.
Topic Starter
YyottaCat
OK. I've gotten it ready.

There are 9 more common words and 1 boss word. I hope to do this for every round.

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Answers will be revealed at 2022.3.17 13:00 GMT. All answers count before the reveal.

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10.
Manishh
Happy
Sins
winded
underscore
quote
surveillance
aster
foreside
cyclicale
zerik

pronouncing is hard to understand
Julian_Kaiser
1. Peppy?

2. Cheers.

3. Women.

4. Underscore.

5. Coiled

6. Surveillance.

7. foresight?

9. Cyclical.

10. Syringe.

I fear the earlier answers are the ones to easily get preyed on.
DM could have served as a better medium for our answers..
Julian_Kaiser
my number 7 was supposed to be number 8.
I forgot to include the actual number 7
master
HoosierTransfer
peppy
shins
winded
underscore
quilt
surveillance
aster
foreside
cyclical
zeric
ShinRun
Happy
Shins
Winded
Underscore
Quilt
Surveillance
Aster
Foci
Cyclical
Zurich

Is round two harder or is it around the same level
WitherMite
1 peppy

2 shins

3 winded

4 underscore

5 quilt

6 surveillance

7 aster

8 foci - probably not, but I've never heard this word before so Ill go with it being a dumb pronunciation of this word and take the L.

9 cyclical

10 Zurich
ShinRun
Shit I definitely fucked up the first word
Manishh

ShinRun wrote:

Shit I definitely fucked up the first word
Yes and not only you
Manishh
But that isnt a word tho
Its an person name, person name shouldn't be allowed

Like my name can be spell Manish and Maneesh
Julian_Kaiser

Manishh wrote:

But that isnt a word tho
Its an person name, person name shouldn't be allowed

Like my name can be spell Manish and Maneesh
no, your name has only one way of pronouncing it.
WitherMite

Manishh wrote:

But that isnt a word tho
Its an person name, person name shouldn't be allowed

Like my name can be spell Manish and Maneesh
its also a word though
Patatitta
1- ppy
2- chance
3- winduhuegaehsrhrtshtshtergs
4- underscore
5- tomato
6- surveillance
7- faster
8- posai
9- cyclical
10- Take take take take take take-ta-ta-ta
Tanoshii take kara hajimemashō
Takusan no hito o take take sasechao
Tanoshii sekai, take zanmai

nailed it
Manishh

Julian_Kaiser wrote:

Manishh wrote:

But that isnt a word tho
Its an person name, person name shouldn't be allowed

Like my name can be spell Manish and Maneesh
no, your name has only one way of pronouncing it.
No in india

When foreigners pronounce my name they say it like
Maanishh
The length of a is longer but in india people pronounce it like Maneesh or Manish
The length of e is longer
Manishh
Forginers pronounce it Like मेनीश not मनीष
Joon Yorigami
1. peppy
2. shins
3. winded
4. underscore
5. quilt
6. surveillance
7. astur
8. foci
9. cyclical
10. Zürich

I swear to god if I get occam's razor'd by no.7
Julian_Kaiser

Manishh wrote:

Forginers pronounce it Like मेनीश not मनीष
forget foreigners who always pronounce it the wrong way.
similarly, they also commit pronunciation errors with Rakésh राकेश by pronouncing the kesh like mesh when the 'e' is supposed to give off a little softer and longer tone instead(e.g. देश) their pronunciation is more like राकैश in that matter.

It is originally derived from Hindi and the Hindi pronunciation is the only right one.
Julian_Kaiser
also, मेनीश sounds more like American english of pronouncing it.

even the first syllable is wrong, it isn't supposed to align with their pronunciation of master.
Topic Starter
YyottaCat
I honestly didn't expect it to be this hard. Currently no one got the final word right though. It's very weird TBH.

BTW this is American English.

Oh no the recordings broke so I'll have to renew it.
Topic Starter
YyottaCat
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