Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The Hype Archives' started by Matt, Jan 10, 2007.
Then why did you vote for me?
I didnt, The Bizzaro Clone did, he felt sorry for you.
Sorry Erz, you still had the best campaign Youtube commercials
Darth, I would've voted for you but somehow I know you didn't care.
Congrats to the Killa Pooh, Good luck with that whole "I'm the President of SHH' thing.
BTW, page 19-20 were hillarious.
*laughs at Spoons*t:
^Glad you enjoyed
Don't worry Spoons, I still moderately tolerate you to within fifteen Francoise tolerances.
Francois? From Call of the Wild?
Francoise, with an e, as in my first name, followed by Claire.
Otherwise, it would be kind of odd for people to look at my ID, with it spelled Francois. There would definitely be a few akward questions.
My name is better, because it's Irish!
The quote in your sig reminds me of Sprite commercials.
Well, the order of my name is like crazy.
Claire Francoise would have been fine. It doesn't clash.
But Francoise Claire? That's the moment I knew my dad hated me.
I don't even know how to say your first name.
Forgive me for taking Spanish instead of French classes.
Her last name is easyer than her first, but he middle is the easyest
It's one of those names that just has to be pronouned to you.
I guess the closest way would be pronouncing France-swaws.
Of course it's the easiest, it sounds like the American spin-off of it.
Yeah, Beaumonte is pretty simple.
My sisters got the pretty names Aimee Elsie and Sophie Louise. But then again, I have a different last name. ^_^
I coulda swore you said last name
France-swaws? That sounds almost exactly identical to how our English II teacher taught us to pronounce Francois. Just without the extra s at the end.
Well, it's an old name, and it sounds tons better (and is much easier) in my accent. Because French as a general language is a rolling language.
Well, it's pronounced exactly the same. Francois is the male form of Francoise. That's why I said it would raise akward questions. As in, did I have some form of operation?
You must've been seeing things.
Bah, I'll take my good ol' English anyday. A mix of beautiful and harsh-toned languages, FTW!
I really enjoy English as well. It's one of the reasons I joined this forum. If I could, I'd use it WAY more often.