explain Say “I” spell “map” and say “ness”?!?!?

i don’t get it!

4 Answers

  • Jekooni
    1 month ago

    It’s just a simple joke.

    You say “I”.

    You spell ‘map’, so you would say “Em A Pee”.

    And then say “Ness”.

    Say it all together and it sounds like “I am a penis.” ­čśÇ

  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    And please don’t make a statement and then add on a question mark so you can call it a question! I have bunch of pet peeves too, and diatribes disguised as questions is among them. But you know what? It’s no big deal. As long as I can figure out what’s really going on. In the trades, there are carpenters and there are wood butchers. Here, there are communicators and there are word butchers. It’s a poor carpenter that blames his tools, so to continue the metaphor, it’s a poor Questioner (or Answerer) that blames their spell checker or grammar checker. The one that they probably don’t even learn how to use. One of the best non-literary communicators I’ve known was a self-proclaimed illiterate. He said that, with help, he had read two books in his life. One was on welding and one wasn’t. But when he described or explained something, people felt like they were there with him. He mangled the English language but delivered meaning better than anyone I’ve known including people with multiple doctorates. What trained educated speakers tried to do in an hour, he could do in five minutes. I never could get him to say “scuttle hole” instead of “scully hole.” After the first time, I knew what he meant, so I’d go off and attach the insulation or frame it in or whatever he’d said to do to the “scully hole.” So we’ll still get bothered by “definately” instead of “definitely” and “seperate” instead of “separate.” Throw in the your/you’re and their/they’re and all the other little common misuses. But we can move on, taking what value we can and passing over the rest. End of my diatribe.

  • ?
    5 days ago

    Ness Meaning

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    You have to say ‘I em ei pee ness’

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