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Monday, December 26, 2005

Lurkers, notices, and nut pronunciations.

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How do you say "pecan": Peh-cahn.... or pea-can?

10 comments:

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  2. OK. I'm posting. I have posted. Thou shalt rejoice and be glad in my post. This is the first commandment of the Smitha.

    If you actually rejoice and be glad in this lame post, I'll have to direct you to our dear chaplains for an exorcism.

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  3. :-) :-D :-)

    I'm REJOICING!!!!!!

    I'm so happy.

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  4. I'm a fan of peh-cahn, personally. Also of care-mell and nye-ther

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  5. Car-e-mell? That sounds good to me. Car-mell is a place. (-:

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  6. I'd say peh-cahn. It sounds better and more edjumacated. If that's how you spell it. :):P

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  7. Pea-can. Peh-cahn sounds like you're trying to be British or overly "edjumacated" to use Follow My Whimsy's word. I've also heard it pronounced almost like "peekin." And car-mell may be a place, but it's sure good in ice cream. :)

    But what do I know? I'm a hick from the prarie.

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  8. All the pecan-growing Georgians I've known say 'pe-kahn.' However, it's always PUH-kahn, and not Peh-KAHN. Maybe that helps.

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  9. I think the proper method for saying the word "pecan" is *thinks* "Puh-kahn".. as in "puh-kahn pie".

    This is some trick isn't it? To get the lurkers to post isn't it?

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  10. Very good. You get the prize.

    I'll tell you who I am when we get to school.

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