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Top Ten Complaints Vowels Have About The Letter Y
(submitted by The Frunkus Kid)
It constantly threatens to change its last name to "Knot."
Always tries to cheat at scrabble by turning nouns into fake adjectives.
The letter I can't understand whi the letter whi was invented.
It just loves to be a Vowel, until the Numbers wanna brawl because they claim O copied 0. Then, all of a sudden, it's "just a consonant minding its own business."
"Y" isn't even supposed to exist. A "V" accidentally waded into a glue puddle and got partially stuck together.
Spelling union rules state that all words have to have a licensed vowel and "Y" is always crossing the picket lines.
It's always acting like it just made a touchdown, holding its arms like that.
Y is just passing. It's not really committed to the Vowel Agenda.
It's always been Vanna White's favorite.
It acts like a vowel when it's convenient, but gets to be worth 4 points in Scrabble? You can't have it both ways, buddy!
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