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bigmamabadger

Active Member
Tempo, surely?
And the plural would be Tempi.
What's the collective noun for a group of Tempi?
A tube?
A noise?
A harmony?
BMB
xx
 

Keppler

Moderator
Staff member
to set your minds at rest - officially, it's "thumper" with a hard "th" ;)
sorry Kirsty..
 

Banana

Member
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!!)
 

JessopSmythe

Active Member
Banana said:
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" :D
 

flugelgal

Active Member
Keppler said:
to set your minds at rest - officially, it's "thumper" with a hard "th" ;)
sorry Kirsty..

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 :?

K
 

Seedhouse

Active Member
always been tee-em-pee-er to me i'm afraid! :? :D
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?
 

twigglet

Member
Interesting...

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
 

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