@MrWonka, I have never personally seen it spelled "Shawn"
ERIC! MR. FEENY! TOPANGA!
Ha, this actually made me read it as 'seen', got a giggle out of me, quite rare nowadays.
It's pronounced as yaw-n-sh
Up until the Harry Potter movies, I always pronounced Sean as "seen"
Why is Sean spelled as Sean?
@MILLIONSAREDEAD, why is dead spelled as dead?
@MILLIONSAREDEAD, Irish grammar rules. Also why Siobhan is pronounced “sha-van”
@Marida Cruz, why why dont people call corn maize so corn mazes are called maize mazes
@MILLIONSAREDEAD, but then it would be maize on the cob, and cream maize. More importantly, why do we call pineapple pineapples when they don't look or taste like either pinecones or apples?
@Marida Cruz, asking the real questions
@MILLIONSAREDEAD, otherwise we would never be able to say "sean bean". Words are the way they are not out of logic, but to share in making fun of it