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    Butchering the names of Baltimore Ravens players (funny)



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    Re: Butchering the names of Baltimore Ravens players (funny)

    Mr. Kitchen




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    Re: Butchering the names of Baltimore Ravens players (funny)

    All I'm getting is Yakety Sax?




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    Re: Butchering the names of Baltimore Ravens players (funny)

    whos the host of the show he looks familiar




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    Re: Butchering the names of Baltimore Ravens players (funny)

    Goob mispronounced Kemo's last name.

    Its kee-moy-a-too
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    Re: Butchering the names of Baltimore Ravens players (funny)

    I'll be honest, I would read Koch and I always pronounced it was Coach in my head

    Only found out later it was Cook




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    Re: Butchering the names of Baltimore Ravens players (funny)

    Kee-mo-e-a-too is how I've always pronounced it. At least it's better than "kemahgdkfditsstyruu"

    I'd honestly have trouble with Kitchen and Quarles. Someone even tweeted that last night, at least BA and Kemo's names kind've match phonetically with their spelling. Chyl is like Chykie, just doesn't pronounce like it's spelled.
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