Mysteries. .. Talking eases you and distracts you from the fact that you're having your teeth drilled Mysteries Talking eases you and distracts from the fact that you're having your teeth drilled
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #9 - onceman
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Talking eases you and distracts you from the fact that you're having your teeth drilled
User avatar #33 - arziben
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meanwhile in France
un pantalon (one pant)
notes go from 0 to 20
W = double v


:3
User avatar #28 - zzforrest
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Chicken fingers are called that because it is a finger food, we use our fingers to eat the chicken strips.
User avatar #29 to #28 - zzforrest
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Oh and "pants" is because it is two "pant legs" so take of the "legs" and you get pants.
And the ABCDF is because E is often interpreted as "excellent".
#17 - mattkingg **User deleted account**
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1) cus they're long and thin like fingers (inb4 penis)
2) because we think it helps, the same reason you press the buttons harder in video games.
3)because stretching brings pleasure (doesn't it release endorphins?)
4)sometimes it does
5)We don't say pants, the correct term is trousers
6)In a level in England you can get an E
7)Because it creates a friendly atmosphere, as apposed to if he was ******* silent the whole time
8) because when you write out a lower case w it is curly like two "u"s
9) so is this website
10)you don't get diabetes
User avatar #7 - iLiekToFap
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In German, a "V" is called a "wiss", while a "W" is called a "duple-wiss". Yay, other cultures!
#11 to #7 - lolibear
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Same thing applies for the french. They say "double ve"
User avatar #12 to #7 - thepastryistrue
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I can't confirm that.
"V" is called or pronounced as [fow], while "W" is pronounced [ve], a voiced F-sound with a stretched E.

The reason for calling the W "double U" is, that it's basically just that: A doubled U-sound. In the middle ages there wasn't a letter for the W-sound, so they used the U instead (or the V, since it was the very same letter). To differentiate between the usual U-sound and the W-sound, they put two Us together.
User avatar #10 to #7 - orionthegreat
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I assumed since we're using the Roman alphabet and that there's the fact that Romans used v's for u's that it looks like to v's and is called a double u.
User avatar #37 to #10 - iLiekToFap
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Could be that at well.
#1 - anon id: 41f3bee5
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Stretching: feels awesome.
Pants: Each "leg-sleeve" is called a pant.
Grades: E was skipped in favor of F for "Failure".
Dentists: They have an uncanny ability to understand open-mouthed, tongueless speech from years of listening to patients.
W: It only looks like two Vs in that font. Traditionally, a lowercase w has curved bases.
Facebook poking: It's for people who are too timid to say 'hello', have nothing to really talk about, or are just wanting to be playful, but want people to know they're thinking of them. It's a silent form of contact, like waving at someone.
Fun size: That has always bothered the **** out of me.
User avatar #3 to #1 - bendeman
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My guess about fun size is that they were planned as being used to hand out at parties or some ****.
#19 to #1 - anon id: edb7229a
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what about a pair of underwear? unless those are just ass selves of something
User avatar #4 to #1 - codymcd
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well also for W in latin U looked like a V
User avatar #31 - teevee
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-In spanish, the pronunciation of W translates to "double V"
- in some schools, such as mine, E is used instead of F, however, one reason for F might be that kids would say that it stood for "excellent"
-poking people does get their attention
#30 - anon id: d4757581
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Why is W a letter when the word "double" is in it?
#14 - anon id: 46eaab13
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In england, we get E's.
User avatar #13 - farn
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i moan a lot