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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 8:58:43 AM   
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That certainly has a familiar ring to it!



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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 9:04:31 AM   
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i always associated the pattern with young children that are learning to speak. they often have difficulty pronouncing certain letters. i emulate this when i'm in little girl mode.

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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 11:44:34 AM   
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FR, after edified read thru

Steven, I think bad German accents have been around a lot longer than 'Blazing Saddles' . .. . . . . Up until the dissolution of the Soviet Union the Germans (preferably circa WWII-ish) & the Commies were the 'bad guys' for crappy teevee, cinema, & etc, so, lots & lots of 'vee haff vays uff making you talk' & so on & so forth . . . . .

Personally, I picked up the (typically ironic, et al) use of 'weal' & 'twue' here & mostly use it with reference to the context I understand from reading here -- snarkily aimed at the preachings of the proselytizers of this or that sect of the One Weal & Twue Way to BDSM . . . . . .

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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 1:49:11 PM   
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The minister in Princess Bride?


This is what I thought. The bestest movie ever btw and there should be a law against dissing it.

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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 3:15:07 PM   
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You know, I went and taught Asians how to pronounce L and R... It was weally hawd.

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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 4:37:45 PM   
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Probably from the same folks who originated "um"


*shudders at that word*

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Same here, pretty lady. "Uh...", too.

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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 4:42:02 PM   
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Got to thinking... was "um" meant as what we used to have to use for kids? Or that pissy way to start a sentence?

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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 5:37:41 PM   
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You know, I went and taught Asians how to pronounce L and R... It was weally hawd.


Yeah, I hear you. I was mawwied to a Korean ("Mawwiage is what bwings us togethaaa today" - The Princess Bride rocks!). I never heard my name pronounced correctly by his family in all the years we were married. The L was a problem and then it was the I that was even worse. Oh well, I probably didn't say their names very well either lol.

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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 5:37:56 PM   
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a wed wose, how womantic.

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RE: "Weal" and "twue"... - 10/23/2009 5:39:06 PM   
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You know, I went and taught Asians how to pronounce L and R... It was weally hawd.


I thought that wadies think that hawd is good?


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