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I thought this page was way funnier back when it was Egypt... I just find Ægyptüs much harder to read.
- Of course it is hard to read: It's Latin. It would be easier to say the Egyptian word for Egypt (although we are less certain how to pronounce it). Much is known about Latin pronunciation through metric analysis and comments by grammarians, but scant little is known about Egyptian pronunciation other than the obscure conclusions of comparative linguistics and the remains of Coptic. Over the internet these days, the Egyptian word for Egypt has the chamelion-like quality to morph from Kemet to Kamit to Kmt. It's like Hebrew: there are no vowels. And don't ask about the two dots thingy. It's not an umlaut: it was pronounced just like the u in "put", not like the "y" in Aegyptüs. Why they are there I have no clue. It is not an umlaut, or an accent, or a diarrhea or an apex. And by the way don't be deceived by appearances: Aegyptus is feminine, just like Isis. -UnRa 15 April 2008
Meh.. maybe it's because I'm dyslxelcic --Huffers 03:20, 12 March 2006 (UTC)
"Kermit? Kermit??" --Miss Piggy 126.96.36.199 20:30, November 5, 2010 (UTC)
I don't think they mentioned cats!
- Why should a theater piece be mentioned? But actually, I wanted to ask why there's no mention of the devolution here?
I hate to pee in your Kool-Aid, but camels have 2 humps. One hump is a "Bactrian camel" aka a dromedary. 188.8.131.52 20:29, November 5, 2010 (UTC)
...how many people can't recognize a bit of practical satire for what it is.