Last Call: Welcome to Earf

If you’re a photographer shooting cars, you’re used to being patient. You figure out from where the subject is coming, where it will be going, and where you should be standing to capture the shot. What you may not be counting on is the fact that someone else is also capturing a shot.

Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, it’s encouraged.

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6 responses to “Last Call: Welcome to Earf”

  1. Zentropy Avatar
    Zentropy

    I like the Sir-David-Attenborough-esque delivery. Some people are completely clueless.

  2. Maymar Avatar
    Maymar

    Considering it seems perfectly acceptable to pronounce VW as Volks Wagon (instead of Folks-Vagen), it’s probably time to start shaming the “it’s Por-SHUH” wankers.

    1. Zentropy Avatar
      Zentropy

      Porsche is a surname, so correct pronunciation is determined by the bearer of it. The family pronounces it more like “PAW-shuh”. I had a friend in high school from Spain named Jorge, and it always pissed him off when people called him “George”.

      My surname was anglicized from its Gaelic origins several generations ago, but people still manage to mispronounce it.

      1. Maymar Avatar
        Maymar

        Is it that, or is it socially acceptable snobbery?

        1. Zentropy Avatar
          Zentropy

          Driving a Porsche is socially acceptable snobbery, regardless how you pronounce it.

        2. Zentropy Avatar
          Zentropy

          Driving a Porsche is socially acceptable snobbery, regardless how you pronounce it.

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