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Question to the people who call the Elegy RH8 the EleRgy


SirFiras47

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Seriously though, I know it started off as a joke as it sounds like Allergy but seeing newbies call it Elergy? Whaaaat

 

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Halal Cyborg

Have to say this has been on my mind a lot recently...hanging is too good for them

join the friendly player revolution and head over to WWW.FPGL-CREW.COM to experience the wonder of lobby cooperation:)

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Same newbs who call the Adder the Boo-gat-tee.

The best thing to do is to call the Z-Type the Bugatti Type 57, squeakers will argue until their chubby little faces are blue that there's only one Bugatti in the game.

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kid on the mic yesterday sincerely trying to pronounce Entity goes.. "Enity? Enitititty. ....Enitititty? Enitity."
he finally got it, but damn was it good.

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kid on the mic yesterday sincerely trying to pronounce Entity goes.. "Enity? Enitititty. ....Enitititty? Enitity."

he finally got it, but damn was it good.

 

Entitties ... In titties

Huehuehue

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I saw a SP-MP video where the kid said Playachter instead of player literally every time. I lold so much

people need to learn how to english gooder

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CrysisAverted

I sneeze every time I hear Simon

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ask a noob how to pronounce koenigsegg...

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Maybe it's a British thing but how is Elegy NOT pronounced like that? Do you say Eh-leggy?

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Halal Cyborg

seriously though who cares...

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I say meh! It's a fake car. Ele-gy<(gi-(gi)ve>give), Elegy as in sounding like allergy. It's all the same to me- a game. What I do hate however is when people type 'on accident' on these forums. I'm no grammar na-no way I'm typing the last bit, but I feel like typing 'by accident (insert forum name here)' in massive caps everytime I see that.

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QuackinAColdOne

I saw a SP-MP video where the kid said Playachter instead of player literally every time. I lold so much

people need to learn how to english gooder

Probably not native to the English language. You see a lot of those on Youtube.

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Same newbs who call the Adder the Boo-gat-tee.

This, it annoys the sh*t out of me...always hear people, "I'll go get my Booo-gotty", "Can I get a Booo-gotty off the street?" etc.
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Same newbs who call the Adder the Boo-gat-tee.

This, it annoys the sh*t out of me...always hear people, "I'll go get my Booo-gotty", "Can I get a Booo-gotty off the street?" etc.

 

I blame rap music

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QuackinAColdOne

ask a noob how to pronounce koenigsegg...

f*ck, no matter how many exotic car pages I follow on Instagram, I still can't spell that.

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ask a noob how to pronounce koenigsegg...

Its pronounced how its spelt.
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ninjaontour

Maybe it's a British thing but how is Elegy NOT pronounced like that? Do you say Eh-leggy?

 

Please say you're kidding.

 

el·e·gy [el-i-jee]
noun, plural el·e·gies.
1.
a mournful, melancholy, or plaintive poem, especially a funeralsong or a lament for the dead.
2.
a poem written in elegiac meter.
3.
a sad or mournful musical composition.

 

That red text is a phonetic key. Notice the distinct lack of the letter R.

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I was in free-roam with a Buzzard and some kid (actual kid, not a teen) was going 'watch out that guy has a buzzer" "look out for the buzzer"

 

Then some Australian guy lost his sh*t - he couldn't handle hearing "buzzer" any longer - had me in hysterics listening to him vent his frustrations - was brilliant.

 

As for the Elegy - I keep saying "a-leg-ee" but I did realised el-i-jee was the correct way to say it. Never said it with an R though.

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PowerKracker

I've even heard some Youtubers and people online pronounce it with a hard g...

 

 

ask a noob how to pronounce koenigsegg...

Its pronounced how its spelt.

 

That's a rather broad thing to say because every language has its phonetic rules.

Problemses?

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Maybe it's a British thing but how is Elegy NOT pronounced like that? Do you say Eh-leggy?

its pronounced el ah jee.

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supershocked

LOLLLL i thought i was the only one who used to pronounce it that way

your new here

 

joined 17hours ago

 

why is your name the LORD (creator)

 

u aint no God

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V HoneyBadger V

I've never heard them call it that.

 

Besides, it looks like sh*t. It's a disgrace to the real GTR.

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I've never heard them call it that.

 

Besides, it looks like sh*t. It's a disgrace to the real GTR.

rip

 

Elegy-GTASA-front.jpg

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