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By Bandking - / Monday 17 March 2014 21:48 / United States
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well to be fair marching takes a lot of concentration and playing music while marching takes even more concentration especially if you don't want to sound like crap then you also gotta stay in line with everyone else so you aren't the odd one out long story short I don't think he would have noticed

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That still doesn't explain the D's though. There are clearly T's in that word! The same argument can be said that Patty is short for Patrick here, and Patricia too though.. We may have to agree to disagree..

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i think it is just how it is said. i always see it spelled "Paddy" and pronounced "Patty". a difference in accents, most likely. i never see it spelled "Patty" though.

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D's and T's do make a pretty similar sound in words like that. Americans have a thing where pretty much everything is pronounced as it's spelled. That's interesting, #30! So that means it is supposed to be Paddy. Now we know!

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Well in tv they always spell it patty so i spelled it patty.... Sorry if I offended anybody but since I'm Mexican and my parents never taught me i have to go by what I see on tv or books

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