It’s not “an hilarious” unless you speak English like someone from England.
Sorry, obligatory… sorry.
So we’re supposed to pronounce a J that isn’t spelled, and not pronounce an H that is spelled…? confused
How the heck do you pronounce “hilarious?”
This explains Turducken.
Neat! Creature created in 1951 by zombie scientist who died in 1950. Also like the bit of peek-a-boo cleavage that reminds me of Dan Akroyd’s SNL plumber.
You are wrong because one should always pronounce 'ilarious like a proper Cockney geezer.
The Germans already have a word for this animal: ‘eierlegende Wollmilchsau’ - an egg-laying pig that provides wool and milk. It’s generally used to describe a multifunctional device.
Wouldn’t it be pronounced ‘nefarious’ in Cockney? Or possibly ‘Aquarius’?
I bet it tastes like Unami.
GMO’s are getting way out of hand.
Like the Human Centipede of the barnyard. Except not human, nor a centipede.
There’d be another step. First you rhyme 'ilarious to, say, Stradivarius. But that then in turn becomes, perhaps, violin, or just shortened. E.g. 'e’s right Stradi. or That comedian bloke is dead violin.
We’ll get there eventually…
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