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By levi69 - / Wednesday 18 May 2011 16:03 / United States
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and the winners of the failures of the year award go to........( opens card) comment number 5 and everyone else on it!!!!!!! congratulations you guys are failures.

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Lol, the person who was sarcastic has the user name of "iknoweverything' and the moron's user name is "showmehowtolive". Maybe Iknoweverything can showthemhowtolive?!

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ha well that's the American accent for you we actually do pronounce it wak haha I didn't know other people didn't... accents take the fun out of everything haha

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Lets put this argument to rest. Its pronounced WAWK you fucking morons. It is not pronounced WALL-K. bit.ly/lk7x70 bit.ly/knGz3z bit.ly/jfVxEs - In the definition of this, the pronunciation is spelt "wôk". The circumflex above the o is indicative of the AH sound as in "caught". Listen to the audio pronunciations bit.ly/ckiuJf Now listen to this audio pronunciation. LIKE OHEMGEE THEY RHYME! bit.ly/mUHgRF If you look at this online rhyming dictionary under the word block you will see "walk". bit.ly/l78xDz You will come to find in this one MULTIPLE words containing the word "walk" in addition to the actual word "walk". bit.ly/2ZMQf Doing a reverse search of walk I found the word "block" listed. So yes you morons "walk" rhymes with "block". If anyone needs to learn Engrish it is those of you who are too illiterate to realize that these one syllable words rhyme.

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