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Desc:First grade teachers behave worse than their students.
Category:Educational, Pets & Animals
Tags:judge judy, teachers, lawsuit
Submitted:Anaxagoras
Date:11/04/11
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Comment count is 12
misterbuns
No white people tag?
Scynne
They say "axe" instead of "ask." People do that. Real people. I don't even know about life anymore.
baleen
That's because for centuries ask was spelled "akse," and probably pronounced that way as well. There are remote parts of Scotland where people still pronounce it as axe. Jamaicans do as well. It has to do with how segregated English speaking populations were, and at what times they were segregated.

baleen
P.S. the process by which consonants are switched in common words over time ("aks" to "ask") is called metathesis. Another examepl is white people commonly saying "asteriks" instead of "asterix." This is more "incorrect" than black people saying aks, because at least asterix has always been spelled and said this way in English.

baleen
for fucksake. asterisk.

TeenerTot
And don't forget "examepl."

memedumpster
Five stars for the etymology!

baleen
Another example is exampel
baleen
examepl

TeenerTot
dammit

Caminante Nocturno
"Show me."

"Show you the allegations?"

"Yeah!"

"Oh... Okay."
Cherry Pop Culture
I can't wait for the day the " lawsuit" tag is linked.
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