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By shtzbutnogiggles - / Tuesday 17 May 2016 14:10 / United States
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  MDoremis  |  38

I do this frequently whenever I get a new Broadway album. My husband thinks it's funny that I still sing along even when sometimes I only get the vowel sounds.

By  Balphleair  |  22

I don't like posts where I have to google words in order to understand

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  squizzlebee  |  17

I'm sure OP is devastated to have posted this without having first checked the full extent of your personal vocabulary then. As #7 said, use it as an opportunity to learn new things. For anyone else ignorant of the meaning, halitosis = bad breath.

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  silverwolffox  |  8

As this is a given for most things, in this case it wouldn't help many people. By context I had thought it could be a speech impairment or something like that, which is way off!

By  GhostFox  |  33

I don't understand the point of going to a concert and then singing along. You go there to hear the actual band perform, not to be part of the performance- it'd be like going to a Broadway play production and reading off the script while the actors tried to do their jobs. If the band tells the crowd to sign along for part of the performance, that's one thing, but it just seems rude to sing if they haven't. I'd be a bit pissed if I shelled out who knows how much for a ticket to a band, only to be unable to hear them over the hundreds of Shiite covers going on in the crowd.

By  diredonger150  |  5

Halitosis is just a fake disease coined by Listerine search it up. Bad breath still exsists though.

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  Soninuva  |  40

#14: And the moon landing is just a fake event created by NASA to make money, too! On a completely unrelated note, you wouldn't happen to have any light, metal headgear I could borrow, would you?

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