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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by SCS, Jul 25, 2019.
Lol... when he was talking about the things they do for free agents like videos and gifts and iPads and such, based on the context, for a few moments I thought he said GIFs. Perhaps he did. Hopefully he’s using some of my GIFs.
My god he’s dull.
Good at his job tho.
ONLY POSTS GIFS?
Apparently you are pronouncing gif the wrong way.
Nope. If you listed to the interview, in it’s context it sounds like he could both be saying “giff” and “jiff.”
He was on NBA Radio late yesterday afternoon with Eddie Johnson and Justin Termine and he basically gave the same interview.
TBH I shut both of them off - he just doesn't give you much.
I don’t think I heard him say “relative” which is his favorite word to use.
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You're kidding, right?
I’m talking about the DL interview.
Ah, I see.
This is the most irrationally irritating thing for me. Unless I missed something and
Doesn't matter. Acronyms which become words are pronounced as words in their own right, not as a combination of the words from which the acronym is created.
Only pendants try to make JIF a thing. Its use is a clear marker of elitist insider status.
I will never pronounce it the "right" way, NEVER!
Not Jraphic. Say with G as in Green, not J as in Jabroni.
I don’t know about you guys, but I always thought it was gif as in George as in Jorge as in hiff.
so... this youtube was to show us how boring the Bill Riley show is?
or something to do with geriatrics?
Um, not sure what video you watched. When I click the link it shows a video of the guy who invented gifs (Steve Wilhite) accepting a Webby award, and for his acceptance speech he showed a gif which gave the correct pronunciation of the word "gif".