Once was lost and still ain't found.
It's twenty ten for me... like the 20th century isn't it? Nineteen ninety nine...But why it's the convention? Dunno. Maybe cause it's quicker to say...
Well, saying twenty is one less syllable than two thousand.
How about twenty o ten?
Isn't twenty o' ten like 18000 years in the future?
I miss the 'oughts' ... These years between the them and the teens'll be difficult to express, won't they? 20-10,11,12 ... 2010,11,12 ... And, damn, those nineties were niffty!
I have decided via VioletSky that it is officially "Twenty Ten"
Happy Twenty Ten!!!http://articles.sfgate.com/2010-01-01/news/17466340_1_youtube-videos-grammar-twenty-ten~wings
Well some of us can pretend that we are far enough in the future that space travel is commonplace.
AE -- Why will the teens be easier?Geewits -- Okay.Wings -- First, I like that the group's name is "NAGG." Second it wasn't always pronounced "ninteen whatever", sometimes it was "ninteen hundred whatever." Third, the guy at the end is right, eventually we'll all be saying "twenty whatever," but probably not for a couple of years.Matt -- I prefer to pretend that Morlocks are eating the Eloi. Although that may be even farther in the future.
Only about 790,000 years short of that.
K, so your dilemma remains, but mine diminishes; I view the century by decades: twenties, thirties, etc. Teens and Oughts. But what the hell do we call ten-eleven-and-twelve?!
Matt -- Then I've got time!AE -- You can always go with the NAGG guy.
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