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  • 94 61
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 5:50pm

    Ninth!

  • 86 67
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 21, 10 at 9:10pm

    Hahahaha what a moron!

  • 90 84
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 6:22pm

    it's actually spelled fiancée. maybe you're not ready either...

  • 84 74
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 9:12pm

    There is no correlation between intelligence and the ability to spell well. Spelling is an independent part of the brain.

  • 84 75
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 10:07pm

    Haha. You picked a winner

  • 83 78
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 21, 10 at 5:58am

    And there's no correlation between intelligence and getting married.

  • 79 74
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 21, 10 at 3:48am

    HAHA

  • 81 83
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 4:59pm

    Totally ready.

  • 75 73
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 5:23pm

    Ebonics

  • 70 64
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 10:40pm

    9:12 is very right. and especially for the english language, just because it DOESNT MAKE ANY GOD DAMNED SENSE.

  • 73 74
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 4:58pm

    Could be dyslexic u know

  • 72 74
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 4:55pm

    Not first

  • 69 71
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 10:16pm

    Pahahhahahha lmao

  • 75 85
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 21, 10 at 12:30am

    Hahaha wow is he 10 years old?

  • 69 73
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 5:24pm

    @4:58- dyslexia is a reading impairment. It doesn't make you retarded.

  • 68 72
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 11:48pm

    It's a French word, people will fuck it up. Look at how people spell "the" nowadays... "teh". Stupid language...

  • 75 87
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 5:38pm

    OP didn't even spell it right... moron

  • 68 74
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 5:47pm

    He is a ruh-tard

  • 72 84
    Submitted by elizabethgrey on Jan 21, 10 at 9:31am

    Even though in French it's spelled with two "e"s, it has since been Anglicized. In English it's perfectly acceptable to spell it with one "e", regardless of gender.

  • 71 84
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 6:18pm

    You didn't spell it right either!

  • 66 75
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 7:12pm

    Hey, she got a hell of a lot cloer than he did.

  • 67 85
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 4:57pm

    First BIATCH

  • 66 83
    Submitted by icyblu on Jan 20, 10 at 4:56pm

    Didn't even get the first letter right...smooth.

  • 65 84
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 7:14pm

    There isn't a second "e" on the end. All of you aré pathetic.

    • 73 70
      Submitted by MarisaGoRound on Jan 20, 10 at 7:38pm

      It's french. If it is referring to the man in the engagement it has one e. If it is referring to the woman, it has an extra e at the end. So, technically she spelled it wrong (assuming it was a woman referring to herself), but it's not an incorrect spelling of the word...

  • 58 73
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 20, 10 at 10:09pm

    def not!

  • 46 71
    Submitted by hotthoney on Jul 25, 10 at 9:21am

    I woodnt know how to spell it on the spot either :p haha