Wed 30 Mar, 2016 07:16 am
So I've heard this word a number of times, all from Brits, and I don't know what that is! Can you please help me?
1. At around 0:13, the guy asks Mila Kunis:
"Did you enjoy being ugly for once, because, (_______), like, you're hot"
What did he say in ( )?
2. And if you feel extra generous, can you also tell me what he said between 0:12-:13 (just before saying "did you enjoy being ugly")
(I've posted this question earlier but without the tags - sorry!)
2. in the nicest possible way
He rushes through and badly slurs or muffles his words, so I'm guessing...as that's all we can do.
" ..., in the best (or nicest) possible way, ..." from the context ... or the equivalent.
That's what I suspected! But honestly when he said that, it doesn't sound like "generally". Is it a British thing? I was listening to another clip the other day and it was a film critic (Kermode?) and he said it exactly like that.
They almost made it sound like the word has an "m" sound. Am I hallucinating?
Generally, we tend to use generally (many pronounce it jenrully) during such conversations.
Thanks. He speaks so fast T_T
Thank you. We pride ourselves on our weirdness.
I don't even understand half of it but it looks really funny!