Ahem, I do understand, but that's not even close to how faucet is
spelled. It is f a u c e t. There isn't even an r in the word so I'm
not sure where you are getting the for sound when it is foss not for.
Is this an accent thing that confuses you?
The reason I ask is because down south, where a lot of my relatives
live, every one says stuff like I'm going to warsh the dishes, warsh
my clothes, etc and I constantly ask them where they are geting the r
from. It is spelled w a s h which is wash. Yet they will sware up and
down it is not spoken like wash but warsh making them sound
uneducated. The funny thing is some of them are college educated, know
better, and continue to use the slang. So I was just wondering if this
is a local thing where you guys say forset instead of faucet, or an
unintentional misspelling error.
On 2/21/11, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> Hi tom.
> i do know my spelling is rather haphazard, but mostly because I tend to
> spell everything phonetically and because I don't tend to mind as long as it
> sounds right (forsit isn't really a commonly used word overhere anyway).
> generally though when I'm playing if I tend to be extra careful, in fact
> that's one reason I keep Hal running while using winfrotz tts, so that I can
> go and look up spellings in the text.
> beware the grue!
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