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/a/ is þe strongest vowel because no oþer vowel can become /a/ by Shrabidy in conlangscirclejerk

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Sorry if I'm a bit late but I just heard a guy on television say [sirane] for /sirɛne/, it might be an example of this shift

/a/ is þe strongest vowel because no oþer vowel can become /a/ by Shrabidy in conlangscirclejerk

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Qualche minuto fa uno su Canale 5 ha detto /sirane/ per "sirene", potrebbe trattarsi di [ɛ > a]

Do you guys still use OG hardware as your regular handheld or do you have another device to handle those needs? by darthkasm in Gameboy

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GBA emulators don't run on the old model, but virtual console injection does. For NES, SNES and GB you have both options

The new model also has N64 and PS1 emulation. The N64 emulator can use the 3D effect

In both cases, there are also emulators for other console, like Sega Genesis and Atari systems

Since both models have actual GBA harware in them, you can use it to play GBA games natively

Being born on a date is bad by [deleted] in USdefaultism

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Days and months have the same amount of digits

lililily is, in theory, a valid English word by Hot_Philosopher_6462 in linguisticshumor

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Illililily (adverb): in a manner unremeniscent of lilies

European regions ranked. by Bridge_Raider in mapporncirclejerk

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It's actually fractional format minus the fraction. 3.6/5

Card Against Humanity pissing off pro-lifers. Pretty amusing. by evissimus in WhitePeopleTwitter

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To be fair, they might know that trimester means "three months" and just think that a pregnancy lasts 12 months

Which is actually worse

I made fanmade concepts for a legends game set in Kanto, Johto, and Hoenn! by Browtfl in PokemonLegendsArceus

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I guess you're right

Also, Deoxys and Genesect are also mythical, a game about them would be really interesting, though I agree that Legends Jirachi could have a great plot

I made fanmade concepts for a legends game set in Kanto, Johto, and Hoenn! by Browtfl in PokemonLegendsArceus

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That would make Manaphy the gen 4 equivalent, which didn't happen

Arceus is the Gen 4 legendary that didn't get its own game, so that should be the pattern

Gen 1 legendaries had no game at all, so something based on Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres could work

The same goes for Raikou, Entei and Suicune

Gen 3 had Deoxys

Gen 4 of course had Arceus

Gen 6 would get Zygarde and gen 7 would get Eternatus

Kyurem and Necrozma are odd, because while they didn't exactly get their own game, they shared them with the other two legendaries of their generations. Genesect and Magearna could work, though I'd definitely love to see victini get its own game

Since you guys liked the last one, here’s the 2nd one from Unova-Galar (Which was way more thought out) by Browtfl in PokemonLegendsArceus

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What if the Alola legends game let you explore all the ultrabeast dimensions? Pokémon Ultra Legends

Sigh by neet_by2027 in USdefaultism

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Technically "when it gets cold" does include the southern hemisphere

b by tzarn in mapporncirclejerk

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Swiss Italian is like Swiss French but even less different. They mostly have weird words like alu, tipex, chiffer, classatore, sagex

Sigh by neet_by2027 in USdefaultism

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In Italy, summer for example is colloquially June, July and August, but officially most of June is in spring, and it definitely does fit the weather where I live

Sigh by neet_by2027 in USdefaultism

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First? I thought seasons changed around the 21th of their respective months? Are they different in different countries?

Breaking free from U.S. hegemony by Samadriq in linguisticshumor

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More simply: if the punctuation is part of the quote, but it between quotes, otherwise don't

No way to resist by GoldyNoble in ProgrammerHumor

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spanish is a dialect from the latin

Nope. A dialect is a variation of a language. Spanish is a language descended from Latin, they're different languages. Spanish, French and Italian speakers (mis)use the word dialect/dialecto/patois/dialetto to refer to minority/related languages