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"I now pronounce you a husband-and-wife team."
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"Don't take offense, Zack, but it's 'Indians', not Injuns, and 'nuclear' not 'nuculer'"
'After looking at your test results and consulting many experts, it's my medical opinion that you have something I can't pronounce.'
Tug of pronunciation: 'We say to-may-to...' 'We say to-mah-to...'
"Hello, I'm Clifton Latimer."
'I'll give it to you straight - This disease is almost IMPOSSIBLE to pronounce.'
Chez Pretentious Restaurant - All you can pronounce ?25.
"Sorry if I'm butchering your name."
'I can't pronounce the condition you have....I'll simply call it your affliction.'
"Don't sweat the Castilian pronunciation."
Cat as Trophy - Catastrophe
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"Tell me you didn't just pronounce it 'nucular'."
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Tomatoes 45 cents/lb. Tomahtoes 65 cents/lb.
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"We're very worried about Huawei and exactly how to pronounce it."
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'I pronounce you tax-exempt.'
"Actually, it's pronounced 'An-hel'."
'The alphabet in alphabetical order
Clerk: 'Boy that Delivery guy sure has a THICK accent!'
"I know what I am, but I can't pronounce it."
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'I think I know what you've got, but it'll take a specialist to pronounce it.'
'Well, if you're conducting a state visit to Russia, you should at least learn how to pronounce 'Czar.''
'I now pronounce you man and wife. However, you may now officially refer to each other as 'Shnookems' and 'Numnums'.'
"I missed your last few words. Would you please mumble them again?"
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