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#5 - here ya go  [+] (1 reply) 10/21/2015 on Little known fact: +3
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#14 - wolfwithglasses (10/21/2015) [-]

look at the spicy sauce
#2 - Everybody loves Cthulhu But few know how to spell his name…  [+] (3 replies) 06/02/2015 on Callie of Cthulhu... +7
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#5 - drakevil (06/03/2015) [-]
In a letter to the amateur writer Duane W. Rimel, dated July 23, 1934, H.P. Lovecraft addresses the issue of how to pronounce the name "Cthulhu."

"The name of the hellish entity was invented by beings whose vocal organs were not like man's, hence it has no relation to the human speech equipment. The syllables were determined by a physiological equipment wholly unlike ours, hence could never be uttered perfectly by human throats ... The actual sound -- as nearly as any human organs could imitate it or human letters record it -- may be taken as something like Khlûl'-hloo, with the first syllable pronounced gutturally and very thickly. The u is about like that in full; and the first syllable is not unlike klul in sound, hence the h represents the guttural thickness."

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#3 - akulakhan (06/02/2015) [-]
Because humans lack speech organs required to properly pronounce his name. So we operate on alternatives that are phonologically close.
But you're right, everybody loves Cthulhu. Can't wait until he wakes up.
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