Genius.. . My lazy little Nether learning to write English letters.... OP is a Genius My lazy little Nether learning to write English letters OP is a
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - nequitia
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(11/10/2013) [-]
That kid is going places.
#14 to #1 - phoenixactual
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I said my product would take you places. I never said they'd be places you wanted to go
User avatar #27 to #1 - turbodoosh
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He'll definitely be able to work his way up the ladder
User avatar #3 to #1 - crazyolitis
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(11/10/2013) [-]
Maybe not college, but still, places.
#51 to #3 - fragman
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this is how I imagine you after posting this.
this is how I imagine you after posting this.
#52 to #3 - tehcookee
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niiiiice
niiiiice
#13 - fauxshores
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OP is a
#95 to #13 - offodd
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#43 - notsureifanon
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That looks like a stairway to H-H-H-Heaven.
#73 to #43 - jmillenium
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oh my god, this needs more thumbs
User avatar #12 - sirzeel
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Last time I checked this was the common Alphabet, not "english letters".
User avatar #19 to #12 - Crusader
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No, it's the English Alphabet.

All other languages have their own letters/accents, English is the only one to use this alphabet.
User avatar #28 to #19 - basicargentinian
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son, you just went quite retard. All latin and germanic based languages use this alphabet, that's spanish, italian, french, german, dutch, all of the scandies...etc.
User avatar #32 to #28 - Crusader
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Not quite, it can be argued that those use a different alphabet because those all involve accents that dictate how letters sound.
#102 to #32 - rednax
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You would be able to use that argument if we were talking about the written language, however we're talking about the alphabet, and I know for a fact that the French alphabet is identical to the English one. And let's not forget the language this alphabet originated from: Latin. Hence, this is the Latin alphabet.
User avatar #92 to #32 - basicargentinian
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that's punctuation, not really part of the alphabet.

a diferent alphabet would be those of asia and the middle east, cyrillic also.
User avatar #99 to #92 - nandaaz
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the letters anonymous named are actually in the ******* alphabet of certain scandinavian countries. So yes, it's a different alphabet.
User avatar #106 to #99 - basicargentinian
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I just explained to him, that punctuation marks do not mean it's a different alphabet and the crossed O is from a different alphabet (cyrillic) which I just mentioned.
#50 to #32 - anon id: 44b6800d
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Not just accents. Alphabets of other languages have letters like
å, æ, ü and Ø. These are separate letters. You're right. Only English uses those exact letters.
basicargentinian is a ******* retard. He seems to think that just because many languages have letters in common that all alphabets are the same.
User avatar #105 to #50 - basicargentinian
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the crossed out O is from cyrillic, which i said was a different language, the a with the ° and the u with the ¨ are letters a and u with "accents" (punctuation marks, not different letters), the ae, the Ç and the ñ are the only letters which vary in the different latin or germanic based languages, but it's a single ******* letter per language *******, the characters are the same, and they are all variations of letters comon to all languages, so you can go learn a thing or two before calling me a retard.
User avatar #46 to #32 - playerdous
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Dude it's called the alphabet alpha-bet(a) for a reason.
User avatar #41 to #32 - masterjogi
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what the **** accents, dirty french and spanish peasents, real men use over the top double dop, ä ö ü and a bit of a snake ß
User avatar #124 to #12 - sirzeel
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Lol at all of you guys.
Thanks for the fun.
#57 to #12 - firesky
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It's the Latin one

There are also Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese,...
User avatar #75 to #12 - anonymoose
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He has to learn the alphabet before he can write any letters to the English.
User avatar #25 to #12 - makedonski
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Latin alphabet?
User avatar #29 to #25 - basicargentinian
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Occidental alphabet?
#15 to #12 - myohmyahairylamp
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Ugh shut up. He meant he was learning to write in English. You obviously wouldn't start an English-speaking child off writing in another language.
User avatar #4 - womd
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bill gates - “I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it.”
There is his future sorted
User avatar #35 to #4 - minorian
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He should still be doing the job good, and not just easy.
User avatar #22 - shockstorm
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Lazy?
I think you mean efficient.
#94 to #22 - invadingaliens
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Finding alternative solutions to things is a sign of a high IQ.
User avatar #90 - mrgoodlove
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Looks like the ladder to success to me.
#67 - snackman
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Good job
#44 - darthsanti
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I see the stairway to efficiency and success
I see the stairway to efficiency and success
User avatar #83 to #44 - ikinkajou
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Are you sure it's not a ladder