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Pronounce the middle bit as you would pronounce laugh.
Folofful is for American accents and posers.
lahrf or laff?
maybe not for a week or a month, but mark my words one day soon I will go into a thread you have posted in and I will post the same thing that you have posted.
Are you ready to order?
Tony: Yes I think I’ll have the fettuccini arrabiata please.
Alan: And. Can I have… the same. No, but with different shape pasta. What do you call those pasta in bows? Like a bow tie, but miniature. Sort of like an Action Man bow tie.
Tony: Farfalle, it’s farfalle.
Alan: That with Action Man bow tie.
Waiter: Anything else?
Alan: Yeah, I think I’ll have some… wine, actually. Yes. Just give me half a bottle of Blue Nun please.
I LIKE wine.
he's having a fa-LAUGH-el
i could give you the benefit of the doubt
I believe is the correct answer
you seem to have let the anxious guy penetrate your forcefield
and am finding it effective, however I also find it mentally exhausting just constantly imaging a shield surrounding me. Perhaps after a while you don't need to imagine it but it's just there by default. Maybe.
in fact, you have to remember to bring it down because you'll be blocking all other sort of stuff that you might actually want to effect you :)
Chori-tso is wrong, it is Spanish not Italian. Choreetho makes you sound like a prententious prick. Choree-so is the best I have come up with. I am still unsure what is actually correct as they seem to pronounce it differently all over Spain. Makes sense, I suppose we pronounce "potatoes" differently in parts of the UK.
As for falafel, it is Fuh-Laff-ul is it not? Where would the O sound come from in fuh-LOFF-ul?
(with the exception of actual Spaniards)