Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by lynchie, Feb 6, 2004.
right... how do you say it???
Tis pronounced "tumper" in my opinion...
I'm sure there was a thread on this a while back, but that's how I would say it, or 'thumper'
Thumper as far as I'm concerned!
OO I thought it was "tee-em-pee-er"
So did I!!
What about Temper?
You have the
Yep, I'm this Kirsty!! Though that's what it meant to.
And the plural would be Tempi.
What's the collective noun for a group of Tempi?
An orchestra.....? :lol:
im with you to Kirsty
me three...what does it matter anyhow!? :lol:
im wit kirsty too
to set your minds at rest - officially, it's "thumper" with a hard "th"
Sorry Keppler, I know you're in a position to know, but I'm still with Kirsty - tee-em-pee-er. (although actually, I can't think of any circumstances at all in which I would use this to describe myself. I don't think it would improve my CV!!)
tee-em-pee-er would look much better on a CV than putting "part time thumper"
That's ok Keppler, just don't *thump* me.. but I'll still think as tee-em-pee as it's in my head that way now :?
may i direct you to the time of post... sometimes, early mornings make me think very deeply...
always been tee-em-pee-er to me i'm afraid! :?
I don't get why tMPer can be said as thumper :?
I get the th from The and the mp from mouthpiece, but why thumper?
I say that I have been 'tumping'
But I label you lovely people as 'tee-emm-pee-eers' or 'mouthpiece folk' which is altogether less controversial
Separate names with a comma.