- Jun 8, 2007
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- Gatineau, Quebec
Since it's a Friday, and we're not bickering enough - this came up at work: do you spell it "buses" or "busses"?
Well, now that we've settled that one, how about "plugin" vs "plug-in"?
That hyphen can buzz off and go hang out with the one from Spiderman.Well, now that we've settled that one, how about "plugin" vs "plug-in"?
I've always used "buses" for vroom vroom buses and "busses" for beep boop busses
yeah, I think its tech shorthand "buss" i have seen written down on plans and schematics many times.bus as in school bus and bus as in master bus are both shortened from "omnibus", which is latin for "all". So any additional s would be used only to distinguish the two concepts. I haven't found that to be an issue, so might as well save a superfluous letter.
What about the people over on the Paul Reed Smith forum that refer to multiple PRS guitars as “PRSi”?And hats off to my English teachers, who had taken so much time to make sure we learned octopi and cacti, just for people to decide that those plurals were dumb.
I’m not sure of the percentage, but those people are wrong.90% of people pronounce it as "Intresting".
That hyphen can buzz off and go hang out with the one from Spiderman.
yeah, I think its tech shorthand "buss" i have seen written down on plans and schematics many times.
There's a guy from Alaska or maybe it is the guy from South Dakota that has savant language strength and I'm waiting for his strafing run on this. Let's see if he shows up.
What about "Intresting" vs "Interesting" pronunciation? 90% of people pronounce it as "Intresting".
Also, "fuller" does not mean what people think it means. "More full", as idiotic as it sounds, is actually correct unless you're processing wool.