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it's the 'th' from think or thanks, not the 'th' from booth, this, or bother.
despite tuth being a legitimate regional variation.
It's borderline racism.
Tough with 'th' on it.
two-thirty' and knock off the 'irty
So twth if it was yn Cymraeg. A short o, like an "uh" sound.
It's all wrong.
tong not tung
my wife says tong, i can't help but think i'd love her a little bit more if she said tung, but she's from sheffield, it's not her fault, bless.
Some people pronounce it tong (as in a pair of tongs) and really pronounce the G. Like "ton-guh". Just wrong.
Or maybe we should just accept that pronounciation can vary in these incredibly minor ways....
Once had a conversation with a guy from Belfast who told me he lived in Tour Road. I knew the area he was in pretty well and assumed it must be a new development cos I'd never come across it before. Few days later I found out he lived in Tower Road.
New Zealand is the same, where basically every single vowel sound is completely wrong.
or "uvery sungle voyul soyund us wroahang."
shut the fuck up.
I thought you could use my data.