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#24 - Comment deleted 4 hours ago on Internet Aristocrat is back 0
#8 - **** 9 hours ago on Do's and Don'ts 0
#7 - Comment deleted  [+] (1 new reply) 9 hours ago on Do's and Don'ts 0
User avatar #8 - epicalania (9 hours ago) [-]
fuck
#6 - **epicalania used "*roll 1, 00-99*"** **epicalania rolls 98**  [+] (2 new replies) 9 hours ago on Do's and Don'ts 0
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User avatar #8 - epicalania (9 hours ago) [-]
fuck
#72 - fair enough 11 hours ago on What Not to Ask on a First... 0
#8 - That's the exact reason he's called migi, it means right. …  [+] (1 new reply) 12 hours ago on Anime Facts: Parasyte: The... 0
User avatar #9 - feupy (12 hours ago) [-]
Migi's always been down to earth... almost always.
#6 - Well respitory systems and other vital organs. And they we…  [+] (3 new replies) 12 hours ago on Anime Facts: Parasyte: The... 0
User avatar #7 - feupy (12 hours ago) [-]
Well yeah it's less shocking on a secondary character.
I guess he named it Migi because he was on his right arm, so it would probably have been different.
User avatar #8 - epicalania (12 hours ago) [-]
That's the exact reason he's called migi, it means right.
Migi chose it because it made sense and he didn't feel the need for a name but Shinichi wanted him to have one
User avatar #9 - feupy (12 hours ago) [-]
Migi's always been down to earth... almost always.
#55 - the change in x?  [+] (2 new replies) 12 hours ago on What Not to Ask on a First... +2
#71 - shamadruu (11 hours ago) [-]
For differential calculus. So, Δx is infinitesimal.
User avatar #72 - epicalania (11 hours ago) [-]
fair enough
#75 - Oh, I didn't check back to what it actually shows. Maybe i… 13 hours ago on Korean comic 0
#46 - Her left, her right  [+] (2 new replies) 18 hours ago on Korean comic 0
#67 - anonymous (16 hours ago) [-]
except from her perspective when it says "looks left" she's looking to her right and vice versa
User avatar #75 - epicalania (13 hours ago) [-]
Oh, I didn't check back to what it actually shows.
Maybe it's a translation error where the translator didn't understand it should have been relative to her

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#26 - admin (03/21/2015) [-]
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User avatar #14 - itemexchange (10/13/2013) [-]
since content was deleted
YOUR comment
« millionth rhyme4s with month,
chilver rhymes with silver and
hurple rhymes with purple »
MY RESONCE

hurple does rhyme and is a word tho i wasnt talking about the rhyme with purple jsut hunt and month
chilver is a noun so allthough it rhymes i can make an object name it durple and it rhymes with purple so nouns are usually left out.
millionth is another one that rhymes but its borderline a forced rhyme
this is because millionths rhyming sound is IONTH while month is just ONTH

User avatar #15 to #14 - epicalania (10/13/2013) [-]
You didnt mention them but I included them as they are common ones to use with the 'fact' of certain words not having any rhymes, and as chilver is a common noun and not a proper noun it is usually counted, millionth is not a forced rhyme nor a borderline forced rhyme as the correct classical English pronunciation is mill-i-onth, with the onth rhyming with month, mill-i-onth.
Thank you
User avatar #16 to #15 - itemexchange (10/13/2013) [-]
well there you go i have no real arguements against you so i can no longer keep the conversation going (agree or not its always good to point out reasons against)
so you win
User avatar #17 to #16 - epicalania (10/13/2013) [-]
Thank you a value that you were willing to actually put your argument forward in this, i welcome any and all reasonable arguments to anything i say, this is reasonable as I have seen this sort of misconception alot and it may eventually become a large part of English, but for now it is still the same.
User avatar #18 to #17 - itemexchange (10/13/2013) [-]
i believed you from the start but you know i cant jsut let you walk all over my comment
the issue i see with millionth is that when i say it at least i do the ionth as 1 syllable so when i say it it doesnt rhyme quite right so i say its a forced ryme because by definition it rhymes when u say it a little off (so if i spaced the i out)
the issue with most rhyming facts is just theres too many words and you cant really decide the rules of rhyming as i said i can make an object name it horange and it rhymes with orange so does that count
User avatar #19 to #18 - epicalania (10/13/2013) [-]
Like I said many people do pronounce it that way and I feel it is very likely it will become the proper pronunciation soon, English seems to be slowly evolving into a very fast language.
User avatar #20 to #19 - itemexchange (10/13/2013) [-]
well english is a language based off other languages...words get added in all the time from other languages thats why origin is so useful in a spelling bee
User avatar #21 to #20 - epicalania (10/13/2013) [-]
True, it also evolves from its own words, both in useful ways (don't can't) and not so useful ways (lol, swag) although one could argue that the concept of contractions itself came from the Romans (Latin is the oldest language I know that has contractions, for example hodie is a contraction of hoc die).
User avatar #22 to #21 - itemexchange (10/13/2013) [-]
im pretty sure 80% of latin words are pretty much 2 regular words put together to mean somehting new based on the words
User avatar #23 to #22 - epicalania (10/13/2013) [-]
NO, there are many compound words (which are different from contractions and many older languages have them as well) but contractions are alot rarer, I am a second year Latin student and the only one I can think of right now is hodie
User avatar #24 to #23 - itemexchange (10/13/2013) [-]
idk much about language all i know is whenever im learning something they always go
*word* derives from the latin word *word* and *word*
where like the first part is a few letters and last part is a few letters
 
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