The English Middle Finger. Good luck. If you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than Suit of the native Englis english

The English Middle Finger

Tags: english
If you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will
be speaking English better than Suit of the native English speakers
in the world.
After trying the verses, a Frenchman said he' d prefer six months of
hard labour to reading six lines aloud.
Dearest cream re in creation,
Study English pronunciation.
I will teach you in my verse
Sounds like corpse, corps, horse, and worse,
I will keep you, Suzy, busy,
Make your head with heat grow dizzy.
Tear in eye, your dress will tear.
So shall I! Oh hear my prayer.
Just compare heart, beard, and heard,
Dies and diet, lord and word,
Sword and swam, retain and Britain.
Mind the latter, how if s written.)
Now I surely will not plague you
With such words as plaque and ague.
But be careful how you speak:
Say break and steak, but bleak and streak;
Cloven, oven, how and low,
Script, receipt, show, poem, and toe.
Hear me say, devoid of trickery,
Daughter, laughter, and Terpsichore,
Typhoid, measles, topsails, aisles,
Exiles, similes, and reviles;
Scholar, vicar, and cigar,
Solar, mica, war and far;
One, anemone, Balmoral,
Kitchen, lichen, laundry, laurel;
Gertrude, German, wind and mind,
Scene, Melpomene, mankind.
Billet does not rhyme with ballet,
Bouquet, wallet, mallet, chalet.
Blood and flood are not like food,
Floris mould like should and would.
viscous, viscount, load and broad,
Toward, to forward, to reward.
And your ' s DH
When you correctly say croquet,
Rounded, wounded, grieve and sieve,
Friend and fiend, alive and live.
Ivy, privy, famous; clamour
And enamour rhyme with hammer.
River, rival, tomb, bomb, comb,
Doll and roll and some and home.
Stranger does not rhyme with anger,
Neither does devour with clamour.
Souls but foul, haunt but aunt,
Font, front, wont, want, grand, and grant,
Shoes, goes, does, Now first say finger,
And then singer, ginger, linger,
Real, zeal, mauve, gauze, gouge and gauge,
Marriage, foliage, mirage, and age.
Query does not rhyme with very,
Nor does fury sound like bury.
Dost, lost, post and doth, cloth, low.
Job, nob, bosom, transom, oath.
Though the differences seem little,
We say actual but victual.
Refer does not rhyme with death.
Fluffer does, and zephyr, heifer.
Mint, pint, senate and sedate;
Dull, bull, and George ate late.
Scenic, Arabic, Pacific,
Science, conscience, scientific.
Liberty, library, heave and heaven,
Rachel, ache, moustache, eleven.
We say hallowed, but allowed,
People, leopard, towed, but vowed.
Mark the differences, moreover,
Between mover, cover, clover;
leeches, breeches, wise, precise,
Chalice, but police and lice;
Camel, constable, unstable,
Principle, disciple, label.
Petal, panel, and canal,
Wait, surprise, plait, promise, pal,
Worm and storm, chaise, chaos, chair,
Senator, spectator, mayor.
Tour, but our and succor r, four.
Gas, alas, and Arkansas.
Sea, idea, Korea, area,
Psalm, Maria, but malaria.
Youth, south, southern, cleanse and clean.
Doctrine, turpentine, marine.
Compare alien with Italian,
Dandelion and battalion.
Sally with ally, yea, ye,
Eye, I, am aye, whey, and key.
Say aver, but ever, fever,
Neither, leisure, skein, deceiver.
Heron, granary, canary.
Crevice and device and Erie.
Face, but preface, not efface.
Phlegm, phlegmatic, ass, glass, bass,
Large, but target, gin, give, verging,
ought, out, must and scour, scourging.
Ear, but earn and wear and tear
no not rhyme with here but ere.
Seven is right, but so is even,
Hyphen, roughen, nephew Stephen,
Monkey, donkey, Turk and jerk,
Ask, grasp, wasp, and cork and work.
Pronunciation [think of Psyche!}
is a paling stout and spiny?
won' t it make you lose your wits,
Writing goats and saying grits?
its a dark abyss or tunnel:
Strewn with stones, stowed, solace, gunwale,
Islington and Isle of Wight,
Housewife, verdict and indict.
Finally, which rhymes with enough,
Though, through, plough, or dough, or cough?
Hiccough has the sound of cup.
My advice is to give up!!!
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#126 - mamen (06/15/2013) [-]
Thought this poem was about rape after reading the first few lines.
#178 - alawabidingcitizen (06/15/2013) [-]
Started trying to do it. Stopped.   
"How long is this?"   
Check to see.   
Started trying to do it. Stopped.
"How long is this?"
Check to see.
#179 to #178 - pongprofessor (06/15/2013) [-]
That's exactly what i did lol
That's exactly what i did lol
#205 - therulethirtyfour (06/15/2013) [-]
As an English teacher I have this (abbreviated) posted in my classroom and tell students that if they pronounce all of the words correctly they automatically get A's on their vocabulary tests and don't have to take them.

Many have tried, only one has succeeded.

>What my other students sound like when they attempt to read it.
User avatar #243 to #205 - anticitezenone ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
a few words i can't really know what they sound like because i've never seen them before, but otherwise i would love to not take vocab tests
User avatar #24 - duskmane (06/14/2013) [-]
I'm saving this.
I've not had such fun with words in ages.
#175 to #24 - thenewneone (06/15/2013) [-]
You must be fun at parties.
#12 - karmakoala (06/14/2013) [-]
Instructions weren't clear enough, read it in Hebrew
#147 to #12 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
היצור היקר ביותר ביצירה לומד להגות אנגלית אני אלמד אותך בפסקתי נשמע כמו גופה חיל סוס וגרוע יותר אני אשמור אותך סוזי, עסוקה אגרום לראשך עם חום להיות מבולבל דמעה בעין השמלה שלך תיקרע גם אני! הו תשמע את תפילתי רק תשווה לב זקן ושמע מת ודיאטה אדון ומילה חרב ונשבע לזכור ובריטניה (שים לב לאחרון איך זה נכתב.) עכשיו אני בטוח לא אדביק אותך במגפה עם מילים כמו פלקט וצמרמורת שים לב לאיך שאתה מדבר תגיד לשבור וסטייק אבל ריק ורצף שסוע תנור איך ונמוך תסריט מתכון הופעה שיר ואגודל תשמע אותי אומר להיזה מתחבולות בת צחוק וטרפסיכורה אההההההההההההה כוס עמקקקק אין לי כוח
#161 to #147 - karmakoala (06/15/2013) [-]
Don't call me Suzy
#5 - iamtheblackgoat (06/14/2013) [-]
It boggles my mind that so many people in the world have learned English...yes, yes, yes, it's the native tongue of the UK and America, two of the biggest, most influential world powers, but linguistically, English is ******** complicated...our phonetics make no sense, we have no conjugation structure, and no other language relies so much on punctuation to get points across

User avatar #87 to #5 - drastronomy (06/15/2013) [-]
i prefer english to spanish, german and norwegian... that may be because i learned it in 3rd grade, however...
#101 to #5 - fragman ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
I don't think English is that complicated. My native language is German (no, I'm not from Germany thank you very much) and in my opinion German would be much more of a bitch to learn as a foreign language.
User avatar #112 to #5 - slowyourtroll (06/15/2013) [-]
it might help getting along that it also gives use words like " ******** "
User avatar #117 to #5 - vegardwd (06/15/2013) [-]
English and Norwegian are similiar in ways, so I have no problem speaking English.
I often have to rely on English words because there are many more words in the English language than in the Norwegian.
#153 to #5 - kiboz (06/15/2013) [-]
Dude, try learning Serbian. That grammar is ******* complicated. English is easy as **** .
User avatar #160 to #5 - drulludanni (06/15/2013) [-]
i thought english was one of the simplest languages in the world, at least its its ******** easier than Icelandic, i think english is the easiest german based language in the world.
User avatar #9 to #5 - ifuckbabies **User deleted account** (06/14/2013) [-]
English, to me, was easier than my own language.
#173 to #5 - isiupick (06/15/2013) [-]
Try learning Polish buddy.   
coming from a Pole
Try learning Polish buddy.

coming from a Pole
User avatar #206 to #5 - twinnedorphan (06/15/2013) [-]
Well I was born here in south america and maybe around 20% of the poblation can speak english, but in the 90's no one , and I mean it, no one spoke english at all, but luckily for me my brother was a big nintendo fan and so was I so we played a lot of games that were in english by default such as zelda ToO, donkey kong country, pokemon red and so on and we couldn't understand any of the plot that was going on, but we still tried to read it and figure out what we were supossed to do, then I found out MTV in the days that they played music all day long and I found many bands that called my attention such as Gorillaz, LP, daft punk (I think I actually saw daft punk in nickelodeon but nvm) and as I was hearing them play, and their lyrics just kind of got stuck on my mind for weeks and I couldn't help but try to sing some times and I would eventually find the lyrics to try to get what they were saying...

and pretty much like that I ended up speaking english at around 16.
I know I have horrible grammar, but at least I can understand all the groups that I hear or all the hilarous nonsence that you guys talk about day after day and I can read amazing stories that have never been translated or shows that never reached my country.

and **** that was a long post.

I learned english thanks to music and videogames.
#40 to #5 - tigersstripes (06/15/2013) [-]
I am in no place to judge, being a native speaker, but our conjugation is easy, most words only have a few different conjugations EG
to go out (English, French)
I go out Je sort
you go out Tu sort
He/she goes out Il/elle sorts
We go out Nous sortent
You (all) go out Vous sortez
They go out Ils/els sortont

Then again, Danish has no conjugation past tense.....
#203 to #40 - lesmiserables (06/15/2013) [-]
We don't have conjugation past tense?
I eat a pie = jeg** spiser** en tærte
I ate a pie = jeg spiste en tærte
Have I misunderstood the word "conjugation"?
#261 to #203 - tigersstripes (06/15/2013) [-]
No, i poorly worded it. I meant to say "Danish has no conjugation other than tense, i used "past" a synonym, which usually would be fine if "past tense" wasn't a thing.    
Sorry for the confusion, have some kittens.
No, i poorly worded it. I meant to say "Danish has no conjugation other than tense, i used "past" a synonym, which usually would be fine if "past tense" wasn't a thing.
Sorry for the confusion, have some kittens.
#263 to #261 - lesmiserables (06/15/2013) [-]
Oh, now ich comprende. I am not a clever man.
User avatar #264 to #263 - tigersstripes (06/15/2013) [-]
"now ich comprende"
I am so very glad i am not the only one who does this.
Je ar ikke un baka
#266 to #264 - lesmiserables (06/15/2013) [-]
'Cause yoooou are not alooooone, I am heeere with yoooou.
User avatar #262 to #261 - tigersstripes (06/15/2013) [-]
On a side note, comment 181 used the same wording while describing Danish "we have no conjugation past tense"
#265 to #262 - lesmiserables (06/15/2013) [-]
Why would he do such a thing? That heartless son of a muerta.
User avatar #267 to #265 - tigersstripes (06/15/2013) [-]
*understands exactly what you just said*
not at all
#119 to #40 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
*Je sors, tu sors, il/elle sort, nous sortons, vous sortez, ils/elles sortent
Of course past, future and other mod/tenses, and other verbs are completely different
French has 3 groups of verbs, the third one basically being a bunch of all the irregular and horrific verbs which doesn't fit the two first groups.
#148 to #119 - tigersstripes (06/15/2013) [-]
Oh...thank you. Well i tried. But that is true, there are 2 regular forms and 1 irregular. Faire, i never got that one....
Past and future is an absolute mess, though. I really don't even want to try.
Thanks Anon! You were a pretty cool guy.
MFW languages.....
User avatar #97 to #5 - nustix (06/15/2013) [-]
Well I can tell you that English has one of the easiest grammatics. If you look at german it's ******* horrible, and dutch has the same rule but we neglect half of them making it even worse.
User avatar #43 to #5 - blacksmithgu (06/15/2013) [-]
While English is annoying, the problem is so are most other languages in the world. Languages like Spanish, French, and other Latin-based languages (not including English, of course) are even more annoying - they usually have 6 verb conjugations and many tenses to portray different feelings (take the Spanish subjunctive, for example). Other languages, like Chinese and Japanese take YEARS to learn, due to their writing system in which there are thousands of symbols. Even the simplified alphabets require use of the old writing system.

The huge problem with why the "ultimate" language hasn't appeared isn't because no one has made one - rather that no one wants to learn ANOTHER new language. Learning new languages is difficult and usually the process of many years (due to learning vocabulary), and the languages which linguistics experts have created (which resolve many language problems) are not well-known enough to even be bothered with.

So, English will likely remain a prominent world language for at least another decade before the Chinese take over the world.
User avatar #77 to #43 - huszti (06/15/2013) [-]
"Latin-based languages (not including english)"

english isn't a "latin-based" language
User avatar #132 to #77 - snowshark (06/15/2013) [-]
English has both Latin and Germanic roots. It's why we have so many words for the same thing, because we get them from two different root languages.
User avatar #213 to #132 - specialone (06/15/2013) [-]
There's also the original Celtic language. So there are actually 3 roots for the English, not including Nordic words from the Vikings.
User avatar #248 to #213 - snowshark (06/15/2013) [-]
Well, it's debatable how much of an impact those celtic and Nordic words really had. Most of the celtic influences in Modern English are scarce and the Nordic words we got from the Vikings are also fairly scarce in the same regard.

I'd argue that we have two main roots to the English Language but English itself is a language that picks and chooses words from all over to add to itself and grow so the Celtic and Nordic influences are merely part of that mulch that flows around the two roots.

Unless I'm deathly mistaken and I'm missing something horribly obvious, in which case I'd be happy to hear your side of this debate in more detail.
User avatar #268 to #248 - specialone (06/16/2013) [-]
Celtic words haven't survived much but the basis for the unique English grammar has. The best example is the continuous tense, which is not there in other Germanic languages.
User avatar #270 to #268 - snowshark (06/16/2013) [-]
Oh? I expected some grammatical quirks to be carried on from Celtic but not that one.

Is there not a continuous tense in other latin-based languages? If so then it may be debatable as to the origin of that tense in the language but as I've no expertise in the area I'm happy to defer to you on this.
#59 to #43 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
well let's hope some future linguistic obsessed dictator creates and forces everyone to learn the ultimate language.
#45 to #5 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
You had me at " ******** "
#42 to #5 - tankthefrank ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
no genders **** year
#31 to #5 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
Have you tried spanish....
User avatar #196 to #5 - hotschurl (06/15/2013) [-]
I know German, English, French and a bit of Japanese, and English is by far the easiest language of those.
#180 to #5 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
actually english is easy compare to mandarin, french, spanish, deutsch, etc.
User avatar #171 to #5 - klina ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
oh just to prove my point, here's a sentance in my native language and an explanation on it.

Еден ден Марија си одеше по улица гледајќи кон далечната шума.

One day Maria was walking down the street while staring towards the distant forest.

Еден - one (that's pretty simple
Ден - day (same)
Марија - Maria (duh)
Си - has no literal translation in this context, but without it, "was walking" would have a different meaning that's written the same in English
Одеше - past tense of walk, meaning "was walking" (walk is "Оди")
По - literal translation is over/on top of but in context means down as part of "down the street"
Улица - street
Гледајќи - while staring (Гледа - sees) (Гледај - watch) (Гледајќи - while staring)
Кон - towards
Далечната - the far away/the distant
Шума - forest

And that's why the English language is bloody easy to me to learn.
User avatar #157 to #5 - klina ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
your language is bloody easy compared to mine, i had the greatest of easy learning it through playing video games
User avatar #13 to #5 - jaric (06/14/2013) [-]
Part of the problem is that English is a mixture of older languages that all had different rules. That's why moose and deer are singular and plural forms while other nouns require the the addition of an "s" at the end to become plural.
#244 to #13 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
actually the plural form of moose is meese.

educate urself
#120 to #5 - astayal (06/15/2013) [-]
It is also the native tongue of Australia. How did you manage to forget that xD
User avatar #247 to #5 - Pena (06/15/2013) [-]
In finnish every noun has over 2000 different declensions (word-forms) and every verb
has about 300 declensions.
#115 to #5 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
have you spoken french? er, /e (accent above e). ez, et, ais, ait, and ai all make the long a sound, most words you don't pronounce the last letter, so in a word from masculine to feminine that ends in t (m) will end it te for feminine just to pronounce the t. and they have two different tenses for talking in the past, a tense for expressing wants or wishes, and one for expressing opinions. most of which sound almost identical (at half the same, even with though they have different spellings ex: je sera "I will" and je serais "i would" sound the same spoken). vs. in english where no matter who or what you're talking to the word is virtually the same, with the exception of the added s conjugation (I walk, she walks). then our past present and future tenses are mostly just adding simple suffixes.
User avatar #242 to #5 - lordmoldywart (06/15/2013) [-]
Two words, British Empire...
User avatar #102 to #5 - fuzzysixx ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
User avatar #230 to #5 - skypatrol ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
The reason why everyone learns English, is because its basically the "world language"

The reason why is because of the British. Their colonies were all over the world, and they were absolutely powerful. Nobody messed with England. They were the strongest Superpower...
With the decline of Britain, and the coming of power of America, English was still pressed onto the world through ruthless imperialism of the late 1800's and early 1900's.
Basically, several generations all over the world grew up around English settlements and to survive, you needed to speak English.
It's just the way the world worked.
Right now, America is still the strongest superpower... But its declining, just like Britain did. China will most likely succeed America. But since America and China are so intertwined, we will never know until something happens.
Also, so many things now a days run on English. Aviation is the biggest example. All Air Traffic Controllers are required to be fluent in English. Pilots need to know English. If a Japanese pilot flies into China, they will speak English. If the same pilot flys into Taiwan, English will again be used.
It will be a long time before English stops being used.
English is dominant language because of Britain's world empire in the 1700's-1800's.
Which was reinforced with the coming of power of America.
It's used everywhere.
#98 to #5 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
User avatar #220 to #5 - octaviano (06/15/2013) [-]
Bitch, to a german, you're the easiest ************ on earth.
All you have is "the". As in "the car, the living room, the pancake" and more
German? "Das Auto", ergo 'das' for things, "die Frau" as in 'die' for Female Stuff, and "der Mann" as in 'der' for Male stuff.
And "die Waschmaschine" or "der Pfannkuchen" are...

Anyways, you guys have so much more simpler **** .
User avatar #226 to #220 - mightypower (06/15/2013) [-]
I have been studying German for roughly 6 years now and I must say the whole thing of an object having a gender was mind boggling to me. Still to this day I do not see a reason for it, but that is because my native tongue is English and like you said we only have 'the'.
User avatar #249 to #226 - octaviano (06/15/2013) [-]
Don't ask me.
User avatar #271 to #249 - mightypower (06/16/2013) [-]
My german lecturer does not even give me a straight answer.
User avatar #272 to #271 - octaviano (06/16/2013) [-]
Well, it went back to the whole "Masculine, Feminine, Neutral" stuff, while it got so confusing that the german language in modern times went denglish.
Also, writing stuff small or big. English: Beginning of a sentence and names.
German: Things that are things, Nominalized Stuff, Beginning of a sentence, derp.
User avatar #273 to #272 - mightypower (06/16/2013) [-]
Ye next year(september) i have to study the reason behind it, the reason for the phonetics and all the other malarky. I am so excited
User avatar #274 to #273 - octaviano (06/16/2013) [-]
Wait,you can STUDY the reason for that?

User avatar #279 to #274 - mightypower (06/17/2013) [-]
Well i get to study the reason behind the grammar in German is the way it is, why there are 16 ways to say 'the' and also compare the grammar in German to English grammar.
#84 to #5 - guruxz (06/15/2013) [-]
we're retarded, no metric system either 'murica
#202 to #5 - anon (06/15/2013) [-] of teh most influential world

ur 200 years late bud
User avatar #38 to #5 - gadgetzan (06/15/2013) [-]
To be honest English is fairly easy compared to many other languages. Swedish has a lot more non-sense rules and phonetically it's more difficult to pronounce. Finnish language has 6 verb tenses and 17 grammar cases, while i think English has 2 and 3 respectively. All Swedes learn pretty much fluent English before they're 16 years old.
#121 to #38 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
"All Swedes learn broken English lined with a horribly thick accent before they're 16 years old."

User avatar #123 to #121 - gadgetzan (06/15/2013) [-]
Do you live in Sweden? Where I'm from most people around 16/17 know English well enough to speak almost without accent, sure you can hear it's not their native tongue but those who have a "horribly thick" accent are usually the ones who don't give a **** about school because they have so much #yoloswag
User avatar #201 to #5 - arsenalslo (06/15/2013) [-]
Try learning slovene
User avatar #10 to #5 - fhonax (06/14/2013) [-]
Yeah but then you look at how big the British Empires was...
User avatar #181 to #5 - whitenerdy (06/15/2013) [-]
Many people believe it's either Japanese or Chinese that is the hardest language. That's because they got many levels of "courtesy" For example, the English language have 3.
Bosom = breasts = tits.
Japanese have like 9.

One of the easiest languages grammatically would be Danish. We have no conjugation past tense.

I am, you are, he/she/it is, they are, you are, we are.
Jeg er, du er, han/hun/den er, de er, i er, vi er.
"er" is pronounced something like: aer kinda like the English "are."

Although people find it very hard to speak Danish without an accent.
How danes speak Danish:
#222 to #181 - meistarijoi (06/15/2013) [-]
It is impossible to understand Danish people. And I learned danish for 6 years.
User avatar #15 to #5 - yunablade (06/14/2013) [-]
Not really hard, english is relatively easy compared to spanish or french (spanish being my native languaje).

You see, english contrary to french and spanish does not have a conjugation for each pronoun (I, you, she, them, us) and the time conjugation is pretty straight forward (will, would and -ed) and also has genderless articles ("the" "a" pretty much cover anything, there is no distinction between "mae and "female" words).

Not only that but you dont have as many irregular conjugations.

IMO languags like russian or most asian languajes are the hardest because not only they have very different rules, you have to learn a whole new alphabet and memorize new letters
User avatar #28 to #15 - thesoulless ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
I actually thought that the Cyrillic alphabet was very easy to learn. The hardest part is learning the words
User avatar #16 to #15 - iamtheblackgoat (06/14/2013) [-]
Russian's probably one of the best....Cyrillic is not hard to learn, the grammar is straightforward, and there are no extra articles or state-of-being verbs cluttering everything up
User avatar #129 to #16 - wottafella (06/15/2013) [-]
Cyrillic can be a bitch to write, learning it as well, but speaking a language is easy when compared to write. But what makes it annoying with countries that use Cyrillic and 'standard form' is that it boggles my mind, I don't know which one to use when I am writing.
User avatar #231 to #15 - zight (06/15/2013) [-]
I think the thing is, and i'm just saying this since i know both Spanish, English, and I took a few classes of french in highschool, is that you guys, even though it may be harder to learn due to having to learn more conjugations, there are more rules, but in there being more rules, makes it easier to understand, im not sure if im making myself clear, but if you tried to read the above, i think you will see what i mean. through, threw spelled differently but sound the same. lead, lead, spelled the same but depending on what its referring to is said differently. In french, if i remember correctly there is very very few words that do this. why does read and read have different pronunciations, but bread and bread don't?

TLDR english is easier to learn, but when you get down to the whole pronunciations and linguistics, it all becase one ******* mess do to there being many exceptions to the few guide lines there are.
User avatar #212 - captchakid (06/15/2013) [-]
Easy. Might have missed a few words here and there since I had previously never heard of or said them before.
User avatar #217 to #212 - CaptainWaffles (06/15/2013) [-]
Same here.
User avatar #48 - trolljunkusa (06/15/2013) [-]
I did this poem for poetry out loud. Really ******* easy now
User avatar #51 to #48 - Awesomenessniss (06/15/2013) [-]
How the Hell do you memorize this?
User avatar #54 to #51 - trolljunkusa (06/15/2013) [-]
Very carefully.
User avatar #118 to #51 - carthos (06/15/2013) [-]
what if... what if he was allowed to read it from his paper
#192 - teenytinyspider (06/15/2013) [-]
Mfw just a few of these words I didn't even know how to pronounce.

And I'm generally extremely good in English too.
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#251 to #250 - teenytinyspider (06/15/2013) [-]
But you don't understand, I'm a writer of sorts, I have to have a good grasp of the English language.
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#211 to #192 - lemleet (06/15/2013) [-]
same here
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User avatar #162 to #158 - lemoron (06/15/2013) [-]
mine too
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User avatar #167 to #165 - lemoron (06/15/2013) [-]
that's my asshole for you
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User avatar #170 to #169 - lemoron (06/15/2013) [-]
if you really want a lick...
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#168 - offodd (06/15/2013) [-]
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#146 - aerius (06/15/2013) [-]
No problems here.
No problems here.
User avatar #110 - landrower (06/15/2013) [-]
it was quite easy actually, the only problem were words i did not know.
and tthe worst part is it was just random words aligned so that it would rhyme somehow...
User avatar #124 to #110 - thatscrewedupkid ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
same here
User avatar #183 - vladhellsing (06/15/2013) [-]
Aside from 3 words I've never seen before, I nailed it.
User avatar #174 - usepowerbutton (06/15/2013) [-]
Run a beat, start rap to this.
#72 - anon (06/15/2013) [-]
fun stuff, pretty sure i only made a few errors
#229 - mrcheekyface ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
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User avatar #29 - killerliquid ONLINE (06/15/2013) [-]
Good job lightbulb.

But how do you get this and not Tumblr stuffs...
User avatar #210 - edurodgermartinez (06/15/2013) [-]
I was actually doing quite well until I read 'nob' and just started laughing
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