you've been hit by,
you've been struck by,
if this doesn't do numbers then i don't understand nothing.
@jackdaw_ruiz I gauge the quality of my posts by how much it makes me giggle when I think of it, and this made me proper cackle, so it freakign better
@jacethechicken *plays a wicked guitar riff like the Alien Ant Farm cover*
*priest shushes me*
This is so good holy shit I screamed
@Lumb glad you like it
@jacethechicken JACIE I AM SCREAMING PHYSICALLY
I've never pronounced it hym-in-al before... but I'm pretty sure I will for the rest of my days now.
@Matr the way I've been pronouncing it to fit the meter is just holding the n for a long time -- "n" is a voiced consonant, so you can give it sound and hold it like a vowel. It sounds like you're saying "hy-min-al," but you have your tongue on the roof of your mouth as soon as you stop making the m sound.
@Matr it's weird to have "mn" be a syllable in English, but since both M and N are voiced it's not unheard of
@jacethechicken Particularly proud of this one, eh?
You should be. I laughed again.
Funny the first time and funny every time.
@jacethechicken Tinkerbell could sprinkle fairy dust on me while I look at this or think about it and I'm confident I would be able to fly
@jacethechicken I hate that I read hymnal with three syllables
So, Annie have you been saved?
Have you been saved, Annie?
@monorail Cremeaux is way harder to force to be 3 syllables than hymnal tbh
@jacethechicken it's easy if you don't know french
@monorail yes, but I do
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