Name your child after a(n) hotel

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by Duncan, Jan 14, 2005.

  1. Duncan

    Duncan Senior Member

    Paris Hilton? Who is this? Why would anyone name their child or themself after a hotel? I think I'll change my name to Grosvenour Squre.
     
  2. meishka

    meishka Grease Munky

    i just don't know how to react. paris hilton is a grand daughter (i think) of of the founder of the hilton hotel chain
     
  3. makno

    makno Senior Member

    chelsea clinton was named after the hotell .....thats where hillary had a torrid dalliance with the poiolboy
     
  4. Willy_Wonka_27

    Willy_Wonka_27 Surrender to the Flow

    wow...
     
  5. makno

    makno Senior Member

    what about hilton ruize
     
  6. Juggalo4ever

    Juggalo4ever KingoftheChubbyGirls

    You ass :p
     
  7. fickdichskkip

    fickdichskkip Banned

    Bangkok Hilton
     
  8. Juggalo4ever

    Juggalo4ever KingoftheChubbyGirls

    "a(n) hotel"


    (n) <-----WTF is that for
     
  9. fickdichskkip

    fickdichskkip Banned

    I believe that it's proper grammer to use "an" before an "H" yet not everyone does so, and the OP, evidently confused over the matter, was trying to play it safe by using "a(n)".
     
  10. meishka

    meishka Grease Munky

    nope i think it's just an "a"
     
  11. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    You're kiddin' right? No? Just die already
     
  12. antithesis

    antithesis Hello

    You are supposed to put "an" before a word starting with an H. Read more literature, people.
     
  13. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    yeah , you use an "an" before the letter "H", but not if it starts a word like horse, hyperbole, or hornytoad. you use an "an" as an article to precede words that start with a vowel sound. you pronounce "H" like "aache", therefore you use an "an", on the word, horse, the word starts with the "huh" sound, so you use an "a" to precede the word.
     
  14. Duncan

    Duncan Senior Member

    Yeah! ... What she said, boy howdy!
     
  15. madcrappie

    madcrappie crazy fish

    okay, so do you say that the cowboy rode "an" horse??

    that makes no sense.
     
  16. moonshyne

    moonshyne Approved by the FDA

    Umm, the hotel chain is named after the Hilton family's last name. Paris inherited the name from her parents, not the hotel.

    if your dad's name was "John Smith" and he decided to start a business and call it "Smith's".....when you were born you'd get your dad's last name, but that doesn't mean you're named after the business he started.

    Either I totally didn't understand the point of this thread, or it's just completely retarded.
     
  17. scarlettchasingroses

    scarlettchasingroses strawberry tart

    for some reason.....i enjoy seeing an explanation of proper use of the english language in the forums....especially in this forum.....
     
  18. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    Answer number B
     
  19. moonshyne

    moonshyne Approved by the FDA

    You use "an" before hour.....but hour sounds like it starts with a vowel. You only use "an" with H if it sounds like a vowel, as in honor, or hour like I said. You don't use it for words that begin with the "huh" sound.

    You could say, "it is AN honor..." or "We have AN hour until..." but you wouldn't say "I rode AN horse..."

    That's just stupid.
     
  20. Duncan

    Duncan Senior Member

    And if we don't stop this stupid hyperbole someone is going to become a(n) eunuch !
     

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