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Top Ten Complaints Vowels Have About The Letter Y

(submitted by The Frunkus Kid)

10. It constantly threatens to change its last name to "Knot." (BullFrog)
9. Always tries to cheat at scrabble by turning nouns into fake adjectives. (Squeezette)
8. The letter I can't understand whi the letter whi was invented. (Aaron Hirshberg)
7. 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." (Flip201)
6. "Y" isn't even supposed to exist. A "V" accidentally waded into a glue puddle and got partially stuck together. (BullFrog)
5. Spelling union rules state that all words have to have a licensed vowel and "Y" is always crossing the picket lines. (BAGboy)
4. It's always acting like it just made a touchdown, holding its arms like that. (Oren Otter)
3. Y is just passing. It's not really committed to the Vowel Agenda. (Maniac Bob)
2. It's always been Vanna White's favorite. (El Barton)
1. 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! (BullFrog, Ilsoap)

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