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Except that doesn’t make it right. Do you know what makes it right? The damn english language. If a person names their kid Timothy but insists it’s pronounced Eleanor, that doesn’t make them right just because they created it. It makes them an idiot that does not know how to use language properly.
k except i’m pretty sure the general rule is that the g is soft if it is followed by and e, i , or y. like germs, gymnastics, oh and GIF. obviously there are exceptions just like any rule with english but i’m sure he’s using “the damn english language” just fine.
I WAS RIGHT
In that case I shouldn’t even say gift anymore, I should say, iono…”that was the best jift I ever got”