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youwho butcher aaaxe somebody...

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Re: axe somebody

 

it gets on my nerves when people say axe instead of ask. they even go out of their way to mispronounce it... I asked a lady one day if she was saying "ask" and she got mad, then I asked how you spelled "axe" and she proceeded to get even more mad.

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Re: axe somebody

 

the best was the onion headline. "ask murderer terrorizing local black community."

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Re: axe somebody

 

AKSKUH.

 

i agree many times people go out of the way to say it like that.

what the fuck is wrong with talking normal

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Re: axe somebody

 

AKSKUH.

 

i agree many times people go out of the way to say it like that.

what the fuck is wrong with talking normal

 

or when people say finta or fixin to....i hate that shit.

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Re: yo you butter aaaxe somebody...

 

yes. hate grows inside me.........steadily. i like regional slangs to a degree, i love regional dialects, but i HATE peole who purposefully over do it because rappers are doing it. or some such nonesense.

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Re: axe somebody

 

dude' date=' the Iceman died in March[/quote']

and why hasnt anyone informed me on this?????????

this is like hearing a death in the family:(

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Re: yo you butter aaaxe somebody...

 

yes. hate grows inside me.........steadily. i like regional slangs to a degree' date=' i love regional dialects, but i HATE peole who purposefully over do it because rappers are doing it. or some such nonesense.[/quote']agreed. we are in a age of iggnorance ran by mtv and mainstream music stations.

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I like to match the level of vocab to the person I' talking to, I consider 'wigger english' as a totally different language, like Canadian.

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