.wad Extension Pronunciation

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  1. Sonicdude41
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    Take this as you will, but seeing as how there have been different pronunciations of it... how exactly is the extension .wad pronounced?

    .wad as in wuh-ad (like /ad/-vertisement)​
    -or-​
    .wad as in "wad of cash?"​

    This has been bothering me for quite sometime, and I'd like to see what you guys have to say on the matter.
     
  2. bugaveli

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    i prefer wad as in what my wife is having for dinner tonite
     
  3. icebrg5

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    wad of cash
     
  4. evandixon

    evandixon PMD Researcher

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    I pronounce like "mad"
     
  5. monkat

    monkat I'd like to see you TRY to ban me. (Should I try?.

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    wad o' cash o'course
     
  6. dn_angel000

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    I don't think it matters how u pronounce it cause no matter how many comments u get u'll still wonder how 2 say it 'correctly' lol I've always said it as WAD (Wad of Cash) but again that's just me and figured that's how u say it!! lol
     
  7. bwillb

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    I pronounce it " dubyah uh duh"
    no but really, "wahd" like I blow my wad.
     
  8. referencer

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    It's "wad" as in "wad." C'mon. If a format is spelled exactly as an already-existing word, you pronounce it as the word it spells. WAD, BIN, TAR, ZIP, etc.
     
  9. ddetkowski

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    I pronounce it "shwaadelskewicz", with a bunch of silent letters
     
  10. Gnac

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    Dot wod
     
  11. bugaveli

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    i pronounce zips as ZEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP
     
  12. dronesplitter

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    wad as in wad of cash
     
  13. shango46

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    I say wad like wad of cash.
     
  14. DarkShadow96

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    I pronounce it like "Wu-Ah-AD" or "Mad but instead with a "W"" or... "W-aaaaaa-d" (sort of like how Wario says his name)
     
  15. Hakoda

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    Wad of cash
     
  16. supersonic5000

    supersonic5000 GBAtemp Regular

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    ^ This.
    If wad is already a word then why change the way you would pronounce it. [​IMG]
     
  17. wes11ph

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    "wad" like "huwad"

    i find this topic very hilarious!

    why does it belong in here?
     
  18. maxtom

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    punto wad
    in spanish is really easy
     
  19. chA1nBull3t

    chA1nBull3t GBAtemp Regular

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    Heh quite the random topic in the wrong spot but oh well [​IMG].

    I say it as "w-aww-duh" / wad of cash.
     
  20. Riley

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    This needs to get moved to edge of forum. WAD as in wad of cash.
     
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