(#) CatscanFlyy 2012-01-25Omg so I'm exactly the same, none of my friends are Mcr obsessed so I've only ever read her name but I say Alisiya in my head since there's a girl at my school with the same name, though I'm probaly wrong. I say Gee's name as GUrArd but most people in England either say Gerard like Jerry or how I say it, Idk I think it depends on your accent.
Author's responseMe and my best friend have the same problem with Gerard's name. We just say Gee lol.
(#) innocent_wolves 2012-01-25sudden insecurity Hmmm. I'd believe it's something like A-lee-sha, pressure on 'lee', but I bet you can go A-lee-s(h)ee-a as well.
Seriously, I say Gerard in the way most people would say it, but sometimes, out of convenience and forgetfulness, I pronounce Gerard in a more 'Norwegian' (my first language) way. Meaning it would be something like Ger-hart. Which is awful, haha.
Author's responseGer-Hart?! Omfg, lol. That's kinda awesome.
My first language is Arabic, Gerard in Arabic is Jorar (NO D IN THE END) and I've slipped a couple of times and called him that. Epic fail.
- I have absolutly no accent at all. I was born in Georgia and when I was aa year old I moved to New York and then when I was five I moved back. No basically NO accent.
I pronounce it Ah-lee-sea-ah but I dunno if I'm right.
And I've always wondered, how do you pronounce Jamia's name? Ja-me-uh or Jay-me-uh
Author's responseThere is no such thing as having no accent x) You have the American Accent.
I've always said Jay-me-ya
or Jomya if I'm sleepy and embracing my Arab-ness
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