Long Live the Confederation!
You're doing exactly what you always do: complaining about something weird and becoming stupidly evasive whenever someone points out that you're just plain wrong.
ChrisReid said:It even started with a pronunciation thread. You just can't talk about anything concerning language and all its various derivatives.
Beckmen said:Chris Roberts must have not communicated very well with the cast, hence the strange pronunciations here and there.
Eisen calls "Kilrah" "Kilrath" in WC3, also. Sometimes directors (especially newbies like Roberts was circa 92 or whenever he shot WC3) feel embarressed or something and don't correct these little things.
That only works because tomatoes are a real fruit. If they were a fictional fruit from Star Trek or something, thousands of fans on the internet would endlessly argue which pronunciation is the right one. Isn't the internet wonderful?DyNaMiX said:You can say tom-ae-toes or you can say tom-ah-toes.