• Why is baked pronounced baked but
naked isnt pronounced naked? ªj)
Because, as someone said, English is not
a language, it's three languages wearing a
trench coat pretending to be one.
Q Charlie Shen
pretty bold of you to say that since
you got named after the sound a
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    • more like wugpawugpawugpawugpa
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    • Because baked is bake in past tense. Naked isn’t nake in past tense, it’s a new word. It’s not because it’s three languages you dumb fat bitch
      Limes 30 may
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    • Anyone else never read the names till someone mentions them?
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    • Because baked is past tense, and naked is not. Edit: well would you look at that, nake is an actual word (to get naked)
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    • If you don't like English you're free to speak something else
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    • If womb is pronounced woom, and tomb is pronounced toom, shouldn't bomb be pronounced boom?
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    • I said it out loud and now there's an eldrich horror outside asking me what I want
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    • Hmmmm why when someone cannot respond revert to insults? Poor intellect?
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    • Even though I live in New England, I have this irrational fear that a snake is going to come up through the toilet and bite my balls so it makes it very hard to peacefully enjoy these features.
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    • Never laughed this hard at a feature since the app’s conception.
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    • Though, thought, through and thorough all sound the same but bologna rhymes with pony.
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    • Black people are fucking dumb
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    • English is hard bit it can be learned through tough thorough thought though
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    • English is so fucked up that I’m glad it was my first language so I would never have to learn it
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    • English is tricky. But it can be learned through tough thorough thought though
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    • Both top comments are losers who paid for a colored name, gimme top comment instead
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    • Proof that minorities are bad for this country
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    • I said the name and my cat turned into a frog??
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    • Twitter comment....Twitter comment.....Facebook comment....what?
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    • Its an old meme sir, but it checks out.
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    • I mean English is a pretty fucking weird language
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    • That’s an HP Lovecraft monster and we all know it
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    • I hate those colored people. I mean the names. Not the skin
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    • I said his name and my furniture started floating
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    • First Rule of English: Their Our Know Rules
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    • He is one of the old gods, like Cthulhu
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    • Like this then dm for nudes
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    • Nobody:...... white teen: “EVERYTHING MY ANCESTORS DID WAS TERRIBLE AND WRONG”
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    • How did someone reply to a tweet with a Facebook comment
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    • There's nothing wrong or difficult about English pronunciation. The whole preserve the spelling of loanwords thing makes things more difficult, but that's just the spelling, not the spoken language.
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    • Ok that was actually funny
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    • That alward mesh of Facebook reply to Twitter post
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    • Even funnier the 73rd time
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    • Either way shes right. English is a mix of a fuck ton of other languages
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    • More like the sound of someone gagging on balls
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    • their our know rules
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    • This is funny, but I've seen it 100 times at this point
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    • "Read" and "lead" rhyme, "read" and "lead" don't, neither do "read" and "lead", but "read" and "lead" do.
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    • So a facebook comment on a twitter post? Ok retard.
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    • Why is Sean pronounced Shaun
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    • English is a West Germanic language just like Dutch and German. But that wasn't good enough, they had to steal vocabulary from French, Latin, and Greek. But all in all, English is, and always will be, a Germanic language.
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    • Glad to see this featured a fifth time. #fuckthefeatureteam
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    • Root word for baked is bake the root word for naked is not nake but I agree the English language is stupid
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    • Originally naked was pronounced similar to baked and described the act of removing an outer shell, like a nut shell
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    • I said that name and now my furniture is floating
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    • English started its beginning as a purely Germanic language... then it became the language-equivalent of a mutt.
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    • Rules of English: their argh know rules
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    • Because we pronounce past participles different depending on the word, retard
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    • Austin was featured 😂👌👌👌
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    • Pretty bold of you to feature this for the 1000th time
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    • Because if you try pronouncing naked like baked is pronounced, you'll see it is much more difficult. Spanish does a similar thing, if a word is hard to pronounce it will add some type of factor to help cope with that.
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    • baked is past tense and naked is just the word
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    • Unlike other languages, English has so many rule breakers that you have to learn every word and conjugation individually instead of having a base rule set and applying it for all words
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    • I’m Naaaked
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    • Because it should be bake-ed per classical english, or spelled bake’d. But we were lazy as time went on, so it’s how we see it now
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    • How is it that I can understand what they mean when the spell the word twice.
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    • For real though... English is literally what happened when old Saxon (German Vikings) conquered the native Anglos(?), and then all got pseudo-enslaved by the Normans (north French). It’s literally all three of those languages.
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    • More importantly, how does everyone simultaneously know to pronounce the second “naked” differently?
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    • Interesting how it changes a bit each repost
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    • Look at dis dudes name🤦🏻‍♀️
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    • Because Bake is a verb, and it becomes baked as past tense. Naked is an adjective
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    • their our know rules
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    • I just tried to write and say it 20 times and I don’t even think I have it correctly
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    • But english has the word "dookie" in it
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