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(WFTV Orlando)   A father and son were carjacked by a man who had just robbed an ice cream shop after an intense argument with the clerk that it was pronounced "sherbet" and not "sherbert"   (wftv.com) divider line 33
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2014-04-29 07:51:40 AM
Florbet
 
2014-04-29 08:07:38 AM
sherbitt subby.
 
2014-04-29 08:24:11 AM
Was it expresso-flavored?
 
2014-04-29 08:28:24 AM
The correct pronunciation is actually SHURRR-burt. Some people believe that they are pronouncing it "correctly," (i.e., with an heir of sophistication) by saying "shur-bay," but they could be more wrong. It's like saying "Jag-you-are" instead of "Jag-war;" there's really almost no reason to not punch someone who does that in the face. If you want to class up your order, you might effect a slight Yankee clip, say it as "Shore-bay," and that's fine. When all's set and done, it's the same thing. But like with so many things in life, people just want to get snooty. And what's sad is that people of this elk probably lack the capacity to enjoy a sherbet, anyway. That's the sad thing about snobs -- for all intensive purposes, they're incapable of liking anything. All they care about, their upmost desire, is to impress everybody with they're worldly knowledge. But they themselves never allow themselves to be impressed; they cling to the notion that being "impressed" by things makes them, somehow, lesser. Normal. It's very ironic in an ironic sort of way. Say la vee, as the French say. "Life is sad."
 
2014-04-29 09:09:55 AM

Pocket Ninja: The correct pronunciation is actually SHURRR-burt. Some people believe that they are pronouncing it "correctly," (i.e., with an heir of sophistication) by saying "shur-bay," but they could be more wrong. It's like saying "Jag-you-are" instead of "Jag-war;" there's really almost no reason to not punch someone who does that in the face. If you want to class up your order, you might effect a slight Yankee clip, say it as "Shore-bay," and that's fine. When all's set and done, it's the same thing. But like with so many things in life, people just want to get snooty. And what's sad is that people of this elk probably lack the capacity to enjoy a sherbet, anyway. That's the sad thing about snobs -- for all intensive purposes, they're incapable of liking anything. All they care about, their upmost desire, is to impress everybody with they're worldly knowledge. But they themselves never allow themselves to be impressed; they cling to the notion that being "impressed" by things makes them, somehow, lesser. Normal. It's very ironic in an ironic sort of way. Say la vee, as the French say. "Life is sad."


Well, all be darned.
 
2014-04-29 09:10:47 AM
He sounds pretty cool.
 
2014-04-29 09:11:45 AM
Sore- Bay'
 
2014-04-29 09:13:13 AM
Say it.... chow-dah!

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2014-04-29 09:13:14 AM
The Aristocrats?
 
2014-04-29 09:13:31 AM
Sore-butt!
 
2014-04-29 09:15:50 AM

Notabunny: Florbet


Frogurt.
 
2014-04-29 09:19:50 AM
Put some car-mull on it.
 
2014-04-29 09:20:35 AM

SirEattonHogg: Say it.... chow-dah!

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Shaudere!
 
2014-04-29 09:21:45 AM

Pocket Ninja: The correct pronunciation is actually SHURRR-burt. Some people believe that they are pronouncing it "correctly," (i.e., with an heir of sophistication) by saying "shur-bay," but they could be more wrong. It's like saying "Jag-you-are" instead of "Jag-war;" there's really almost no reason to not punch someone who does that in the face. If you want to class up your order, you might effect a slight Yankee clip, say it as "Shore-bay," and that's fine. When all's set and done, it's the same thing. But like with so many things in life, people just want to get snooty. And what's sad is that people of this elk probably lack the capacity to enjoy a sherbet, anyway. That's the sad thing about snobs -- for all intensive purposes, they're incapable of liking anything. All they care about, their upmost desire, is to impress everybody with they're worldly knowledge. But they themselves never allow themselves to be impressed; they cling to the notion that being "impressed" by things makes them, somehow, lesser. Normal. It's very ironic in an ironic sort of way. Say la vee, as the French say. "Life is sad."


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2014-04-29 09:22:21 AM
www.dreadcentral.com

Wanted for questioning...
 
2014-04-29 09:29:46 AM
Boycott auto-play websites.

/and why do they all play at full volume
//and what's the deal with airline food
 
2014-04-29 09:30:43 AM

vudukungfu: Notabunny: Florbet

Frogurt.


i3.photobucket.com
 
2014-04-29 09:32:23 AM
Is it car-hole or car-hold though?
 
2014-04-29 09:35:14 AM
Sometimes you just gotta walk away. I mean... I've always been taught that Gyro is "yee-row" but when I moved to NYC way back when the street vendors said Gyro like "jie-row" WTF no! But you can't change a city's way of doing things.

When in Rome, that's what I say...
 
2014-04-29 09:39:24 AM
I thought it was pronounced, "it-alian eye-ce"?
 
2014-04-29 09:39:30 AM

Pocket Ninja: The correct pronunciation is actually SHURRR-burt. Some people believe that they are pronouncing it "correctly," (i.e., with an heir of sophistication) by saying "shur-bay," but they could be more wrong. It's like saying "Jag-you-are" instead of "Jag-war;" there's really almost no reason to not punch someone who does that in the face. If you want to class up your order, you might effect a slight Yankee clip, say it as "Shore-bay," and that's fine. When all's set and done, it's the same thing. But like with so many things in life, people just want to get snooty. And what's sad is that people of this elk probably lack the capacity to enjoy a sherbet, anyway. That's the sad thing about snobs -- for all intensive purposes, they're incapable of liking anything. All they care about, their upmost desire, is to impress everybody with they're worldly knowledge. But they themselves never allow themselves to be impressed; they cling to the notion that being "impressed" by things makes them, somehow, lesser. Normal. It's very ironic in an ironic sort of way. Say la vee, as the French say. "Life is sad."


I literally died of laughter at this post.
 
2014-04-29 09:40:24 AM
Now, if only somebody had been named Bert...
 
2014-04-29 09:40:58 AM
What a polite, armed society we live in.
 
2014-04-29 10:17:19 AM
Bangarang ?

/is Skrillex obscure ?
 
2014-04-29 10:26:00 AM

SirEattonHogg: Say it.... chow-dah!

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This^^
 
2014-04-29 10:38:59 AM
www.geraldelias.com
 
2014-04-29 11:09:06 AM
cdn7.staztic.com

Mr. Peabody and Sherbert?
 
2014-04-29 01:04:01 PM
OFFS it's "sore-bay", you freakin' morans.
 
2014-04-29 01:28:48 PM
Sorbet = SORE BAY

Sherbet = SHERR BET

Only weirdos put an "r" in the last half of "sherbet" -- It's not sherbert.
 
2014-04-29 02:33:47 PM
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"SHERBERT! SHERBERT! SHERBERT!"
/Can't believe I was the first to think of this.
//You guys are slipping.
 
2014-04-29 07:21:12 PM
Surprised not to see these mentioned...

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2014-04-30 02:43:27 AM
There was an Aussie band who were huge in the 1970s called Sherbet. Howzat?
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2014-04-30 02:54:15 AM
No Jack Black love? One of the funniest lines in the movie.... Shnay Blay!!!

>Mr. Shneebly, is it?

Its actually pronounced Shnay Blay



The video link I found via Google is dead. This is all I got. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mr-Shneebly-is-it-Its-actually-pronoun c ed-Shnay-Blay/224654367580881
 
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