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    (Original post by æææ)
    Is that a joke?
    This issue has been addressed earlier in the thread.

    Ding/Dong was wrong.

    Fence/Fence is correct.

    Knife/Nife is fine if you understand that NiFe is a shorthand expression of a Nickel )Ni) and Iron (Fe) mixture. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NiFe

    That makes 2/3 of what I said correct, therefore, the majority of what I said is right. So whats the issue?
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    (Original post by lella_m)
    I am currently doing a tiiiiiiiiny project at college (which I am pretty **** at to be honest)

    So far, I have:

    pair/pear
    knight/night
    stair/stare
    draw/drawer
    light/light (weight)
    mouse/mouse (computer)
    pale/pale (skin)

    If you could think of any more for me I would really appreciate it
    shag/me ?

    :awesome:

    bye/buy... ??!
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    (Original post by thecdon)
    shag/me ?

    :awesome:

    bye/buy... ??!
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    [QUOTE=theronkinator]This sounds like a primary school project.

    Erm, thanks :unsure:


    (Original post by Indieboohoo)
    What kind of project is this?
    Its a project on 'Identity' for Graphic Design.

    I've just been researching different ways to express my interpretation of identity (this just so happens to be a tiiiiiiiiny little bit of side research.

    I have chosen to focus on the idea that material, social and physical constraints prevent us from sucessfully presenting ourselves in some identity positions. Constraints which may include the perceptions of others.

    From this I stemmed to the individual characteristics by which an object/thing/person is recognised or known.

    By finding out this information in the thread I was looking to interpet some of the words in a different way for example a (furniture) suite made out of sweets (a lame example, but it gives you an idea)

    Though like I said, its only a small aspect of the project
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    (Original post by lella_m)
    what?!? i gave you a serious suggestion? is buy/bye not one???
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    through/threw
    aye/eye
    red/read
    row/roe
    bread/bred
    wail/whale
    whine/wine
    prey/pray
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    (Original post by theronkinator)
    Because you say them the same.
    no. if you wanna be a smart alec about it, in the dictionary they are written as /dr'ɔː/ and /dr'ɔːəʳ/ using ipa, the reason you might pronounce them in the same way is because of your accent. so suck my titties.
 
 
 
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