If you say "an hotel" you're a pseud. Posted on May 24, 2023 by Anonymous If you say "an hotel" you're a pseud.
What if being a pseud is a step up for me?
First entry of Ambrose Bierce’s “blacklist of literary faults”
>A for An. "A hotel." "A heroic man." Before an unaccented aspirate use an. The contrary usage in this country comes of too strongly stressing our aspirates
The "h" is pronounced. This is not French. Write it "hôtel" if you're such a pseud.
/ə hJːɹəwJk man/
More like "illiterate". "A" for consonants, "an" for vowels. There are a few odd exceptions as always but "hotel" sure as fuck isn't one of them.
This is literally elementary school-level stuff.
>"A" for consonants, "an" for vowels.
No, it's "a" for consonant sounds, "an" for vowel sounds.
This shithole board has a thread with assholes arguing whether you should write a or an before the word "hotel" and which of these renders you a pseud. I shit on all of your graves.
Go drown yourself in the Ganges you worthless esl cunt.
I would stab you both in your fat necks with an ice pick and wouldn't feel a thing.
Yeah because the ones being hit with the ice pick would be us. Duh, genius
You need beaten with a lead pipe.
All this picture does is make me want to fuck hookers
Aye guv, I just 'ad a sneaky pint o lager and booked meself a room at an 'otel
>Itt you speak a dialect of English that wren't invented by blax, muh pseudy
[ˈhɑnJstli goʊ fʌk jɚˈsɛlf]
If you pronounce the h in hotel, you are a pseud. I ad an orrible otel on me oliday
This is energy and breath efficient, because anglos are lazy and fat.
Compare it to Iceland, every consonant is huge including h so they're always breathless and working hard as God intended.
That is how fat and lazy people talk, their inability to incorporate a slight exhaust of air in their words for fear of being out of breathe(the act of breathing itself is already an almost insurmountable task for them), can only be explained by their morbid obesity.
Cheer up m8. Maybe next time you take the bus the girls won't throw chips at you
If you say "an hero" you're based.
>if yer British yer a sood
Yea, often enough. But you don’t need to say it. There’s a lot of nice Brits
Only the 5% of upper class Brits with plummy accents would ever say a hotel.
Why do American newscasters do this exclusively with "an historic"? Never any other h word.
>referring to hotels by any term other than caravanserai