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  • If you say "an Hawaiian," "an historic," or anything else like that, you're probably an hasshole.

    Submitted by Thompson11 on Mar 2, 12 at 1:08am
  • Don't correct grammar incorrectly please

    Submitted by theFungusAmongUs on Mar 2, 12 at 12:18am
  • However "an honest person" is correct.

    Submitted by ly0ntamer on Mar 2, 12 at 1:15am
  • "a" before consonants... "an" before vowels... The person who improperly corrected is the biggest dumbass of all!

    Submitted by MOhead34 on Mar 2, 12 at 1:03am
  • *an Hawaiian shirt

    Submitted by Bloomfield on Mar 1, 12 at 4:39pm
    • I can't speak for everyone else, but I don't say "an" Hawaiian anything. Doesn't sound right.

      Submitted by wubbazugg on Mar 1, 12 at 11:19pm
  • Actually, the rule requires "an" before words with a vowel SOUND, which is why we say "an honest" and "a Hawaiian."

    Submitted by smumoi on Mar 3, 12 at 8:17pm