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@StrayTheFox, yeah, poor kid probably never heard the end of it.
@StrayTheFox, probably the son. Why else would a teenager push themselves that hard except in some vain attempt to capture the admiration and respect of their mother. Quite sad, really. He could end up growing up to becoming a Ted Bundy, Jim Jones, or worse, pronounce .gif as “jif” and the mother would simply ignore the fact that she rose a soulless monster. The daughter could find a cure for cancer, decode a specific genome that grants humanity functional immortality, etc and the mother would simply be like “meh”
@XiozTaschez, the inventor called a gif a jif
@sharpshoot16, i know its jif, but that sounds like a certain thing, ill just keep saying gif
@StrayTheFox, Whats wrong with that 'certain thing'?
@sharpshoot16, okay, just because the inventor says it's called something doesn't mean it should be. It's his damned fault for unleashing something on the world, and not saying anything about if for several years. This is in no way a piece of hard evidence to back up your argument.
@unknownjanitor, i mean, its kinda wrong, you know what i mean
@sharpshoot16, you are absolutely correct and this has been discussed at length on funny pics before. But as others have since said, just because that's what it should be, people tend to call stuff by other names. Sidewalk/pavement, hood/bonnet, POTUS/seriously deranged git (joke recycled from the 80's.. credit goes to Alexeii Sayle)
@unknownjanitor, in what universe is the inventor's name for his invention is not an example of hard evidence?
@TheMightyImp, by that logic if everyone calls something the wrong name it is now the correct name because more people call it the wrong name than the correct name so it must be changed to appease people who do not know the truth out of ignorance, is that the kind of world you want to live it?
@sharpshoot16, say what now? I agreed, and then made a joke. Have I started an argument somehow?
@sharpshoot16, doesn’t matter, he’s still wrong.
@sharpshoot16, "literally" now has a Merriam-Webster definition that contradicts it's original meaning.
I'm not saying it's right but society decides how words are used and pronounced.
Also it's gif.
@Bad Suggestions, @unknownjanitor ok so the inventor's name for his own invention is somehow excluded from the evidence, I completly disagree with your premise but if I did let's see what you think of this, in the English language the hard-G pronunciation of the letter G almost always comes after an a, o, or u follows it, examples, gain, God, or Guinness. G's are pronounced soft when an i, e, or y follow it, examples, giraffe, germs, or apology
@sharpshoot16, ok, but GIF is an acronym.
@sharpshoot16, Well, I was only joking, didn’t realise there was a whole argument about the subtleties of gif-ism going on when I sent it.
@CynicalSirr, if we treat it as an acronym we need to call it a G-I-F like we do with other three letter acronyms such as F-B-I, if we treat it like a word which we do than based on the inventor who called it gif with a soft g as the English language requires we should call it (jif), can't have it both ways
@Bad Suggestions, it's all good, just felt the need to respond with the peasant dig
@TheMightyImp, I didn't see the first section of your comment where you agreed in part, my fault
@sharpshoot16, big hugs all around. Thanks for acknowledging that. Peace! :)
@sharpshoot16, well sure, we do that with acronyms that can't be pronounced as words. If the "i" was before or in between the "fb", then we could do that. I would love to call them "fib".
@sharpshoot16, the inventor is wrong.
Well that’s a tough act to follow
@megamanx181x, right? Junior in high school? How's the daughter gonna match that!?
One of my mates from uni has a sister that became a millionaire from property and I was at a christening and they were stood there and their dad introduced his daughter to some peeps from the other family and just never mentioned Jamie, poor guy, literally
For some reason upon initial reading of this i thought the mom was implying that the son was transgender and won the olympics.
@im basic so yeah, Same.
So I just looked at her Insta and, well, it's a little fishy. This is her only post and it was in November 2016. No profile picture. No following. 38 follows. Bio is "Love my kids ❤"
@Genieinabotle, Never mind. I missspelled it and found a bot. You may laugh at me now
I thought it was a M2F before and after photo 😐