Why do you guys call a 'W' a double you?

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by bird_migration, May 24, 2004.

  1. It does not make sense to me.
  2. HappyHaHaGirl

    HappyHaHaGirl *HipForums Princess*

    What do you call it?
  3. I call it a 'wee'.
  4. HappyHaHaGirl

    HappyHaHaGirl *HipForums Princess*

    hehe...oh...I like that better, I think. :)
  5. Bellfire01

    Bellfire01 I'll say anything

    UU uu because you can put two u's together and make a double u get it .lol ;)
  6. HappyHaHaGirl

    HappyHaHaGirl *HipForums Princess*

    then it should be a "you you"
  7. I think even a double 'v' makes more sense.
  8. isnt wee what lil kids call piss?
  9. they call it double v in france...
  10. Only little kids that speak English.
  11. nimh

    nimh ~foodie~

    so, if you call it a wee, doesnt everyone look at you funny? i've never heard of that before
  12. kazinspace

    kazinspace Member

    it think its becaus its like two u's put 2gether.. thats wat i thort...
  13. alex714

    alex714 To the Left

    why people say zee for 'z'!! i say 'zeed' not 'zee'
  14. Nobody here looks funny if I call it a 'wee'.
    It is the somewhat correct translation.
  15. kazinspace

    kazinspace Member

    i say zed. but wen i was little i used to wach sesermee street(however you spell it) so i used to say zee
  16. Please try to stay on-topic.
    This thread is about the 'W' and not the 'Z'.
    Thank you for cooperating.

    Love, bird.
  17. KozmicBlue

    KozmicBlue Senior Member

    We don't even have w in our alphabets. :D We do have å tho...
  18. Woog

    Woog Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    w = dork
    because w is the fourth to the last letter in the alphabet
    and d is the fourth from the beggining
    and an ork is a minion of the dark lord Sauren
    who is the reverse of all that is good
    like the pronunciation of the letter w

    At least that's how we see it in the shire.
  19. Jetblack

    Jetblack Senior Member

    ya wat he/she said

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