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Discussion in 'Katatonia' started by Skaldir, Oct 15, 2006.
Anyone fancy some chocolate cake?
I was just changing my signature and you're already posting a WHOLE thread for ME! [i just hope no one feels annoyed ]
You're always one step faster than me! *hihi*
Ehr yeah... so now to make it official: I ehr... had my name changed *lawl* ... I bet at least one person will ask for the reasons, so here we go:
It was a band, it was bad... I was there only for one month ... blablabla ... I didn't like that name at all (;
@Gorik: I'd prefer a cake without chocolate...
Swany is good =)
*pats yer head* that's just because I already had one whole bar of choc today (; but thanx for the offer ;D
I like swany better...
BLASPHEMY, BURN THE SWANY!!!!!!!!
no one burns swany...her hair is holy
Haha, you actually changed it, kewl
One thing though, this should be pronounced as 'swonny' right..? Shouldn't the spelling be Swanny then? I mean Swany is pronounced as 'Sway-ny'..
It's just like Swan. And then add an "i"
Don't cunfuse us tinus, a member can only change the name one time
Didn't mean to spoil the fun, I'm just a spelling/language nazi, can't help it, it's a compulsion .
Ouuuh Martijn you're what we'd call an Erbsenzähler
Well, you maybe heard Unicorn saying 'Swany' at the meeting... I think we Germans rather pronounce it Swaanie ... like Dan *cough* Swanö *cough* just with an y/ie at the end.
But refering to it from the british pronounced Swan => Swon it would be really pronounced Swonny, but not written Swanny... as Swan itself already sounds as if it has 2 n ...
@Androz: Beware! I choke thee with my holy hair!
In Dutch we call it 'mierenneuker' which literally translates to 'ant-fucker'.
Swan is pronounced like Swon because it has no e in the end, like swane, then it would be pronounced as swayne. So Swany should technically be pronounced as sway-nie (given it's an English word!), but who carrrres, a name is a name.
English pronounciation makes no sense anyway! I mean, ear is pronounced as ir. So then bear should be pronounced as bir, but no! That is pronounced as bare.. :Smug:
I'll just think of it as a German word, then I can sleep without a care again.
Actualy, Swanö is pronounced "svanoe", with a v as in "victory" and a a as in "darn"
a terrible doubt crosses my mind now...
is the 'w' there supposed to sound like the german or the english one? basically... svanie... or... sw(ua)nie?
Look Markus, what you did... you're causing headaches
@Martijn: Yeah... uhm... whatever *lol* but yes, keep it the german way and sleep well =)
[Ant-fucker? *thihi* now that's weird ]
@Hobo: Yes, and exactly that's the way how we Germans pronounce that [maybe the 'a' might have an open ending]... and Swany too... I just forgot to care about the 'w' ... so thank you ... and hope this also answers Miss scarlets question ;D
I suggest we all take the German way ... swany with 'w' like 'v' in victory and a long clear 'a' and a 'y' like in destiny.
Everyone's happy now?
By the way... how to pronounce "Cerulean"??? french, german or english?
lol, English please
Why change the subject to ME though suddenly??