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  1. #26
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    Like most people here, I say aitch.
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  2. #28
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    Oh no Casilda, I wasn't meaning to say we should know everything. I meant that it's my general statement that we tend to not realize that our way isn't the only way.

    And I know for sure that other countries do it to. :P When my bestie went to Paris, the only thing anyone could say to her was "Bill Clinton?" after they found out she was from Arkansas. >.< And even within our own country we're that way. One of my friends went North to Minn. and was told, and I kid you not "Oh, you're from Arkansas? But you're wearing shoes. I thought you people never wore shoes." O_O

    Anyway, those are meant to be funny and I am in no way saying we're obligated to know everything about everyone. :P
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  3. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by casilda View Post
    Ignorance isn't solely an American thing.
    Yep. I'm with casilda on this one.
    ~Emily

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  4. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by tangocamper View Post
    Aitch. AND I had a coworker whose bro-in-law's first name was simply the letter H. Pronounced aitch.
    My FI has a coworker that is named just plain H :P
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  5. #34
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    I say haytch (I'm from England) but I've heard aytch and i don't know which is the 'right' way, it just doesn't make sense in my mind to say a letter without using the sound of that letter, if that makes sense?
    Just an 18 year old weirdly obssessed with names, no babies in the near future

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