-or pronounced with a long O

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*Email [[other days]] — [[Strong Bad]] pronounces "instructor" using a long O
*Email [[other days]] — [[Strong Bad]] pronounces "instructor" using a long O
*[[Drive Thru]] — Strong Bad and [[The Cheat]] use "The CompressOR" to launch a model rocket to Europa in hopes of bringing back Europapean lobsters.
*[[Drive Thru]] — Strong Bad and [[The Cheat]] use "The CompressOR" to launch a model rocket to Europa in hopes of bringing back Europapean lobsters.
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*Email [[concert]] — Strong Bad tells the sender not to impersonate "The Burninator", pronouncing it with a long O.
[[Category:Word running gags]]
[[Category:Word running gags]]

Revision as of 05:50, 8 January 2009

Normally in English, when a word ends with -or, the O takes the schwa sound. Occasionally in the Homestar Runner cartoons, the O is pronounced with a long vowel.

Appearances

  • Email other daysStrong Bad pronounces "instructor" using a long O
  • Drive Thru — Strong Bad and The Cheat use "The CompressOR" to launch a model rocket to Europa in hopes of bringing back Europapean lobsters.
  • Email concert — Strong Bad tells the sender not to impersonate "The Burninator", pronouncing it with a long O.
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