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Leicester Square note--it rhymes with Chester, tester, and pester

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  • [Other] Leicester Square note--it rhymes with Chester, tester, and pester

    Pronunciation tip! (See thread title.)

    New Harry Potter area note on the Leicester Square Tube (subway) station.
    Yes, this is the least important thread ever. I just want you to sound cooler in front of the many British tourists who will cross the Atlantic for the thrill of passing by this London recreation.
    :ap:
    (Wrote the American man who ate at a McDonald's on the Champs Elysees in Paris and once stayed at the Paris Disneyland's Hotel Cheyenne as his Paris base.)

    I am giving my own thread one star.

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    Re: Leicester Square note--it rhymes with Chester, tester, and pester

    Hey, if it weren't for my renfaire experience I'd be wondering why it didn't rhyme with "liechester" rather than "lester".

    Though to be fair, it's always entertaining asking people not from SoCal to pronounce "Junipero".
    Boggard LIEEEEF!

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      Re: Leicester Square note--it rhymes with Chester, tester, and pester

      Originally posted by BogLurch View Post
      Hey, if it weren't for my renfaire experience I'd be wondering why it didn't rhyme with "liechester" rather than "lester".

      Though to be fair, it's always entertaining asking people not from SoCal to pronounce "Junipero".
      And hearing them say La Jolla.

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        Re: Leicester Square note--it rhymes with Chester, tester, and pester

        Originally posted by jcruise86 View Post
        New Harry Potter area note on the Leicester Square Tube (subway) station.
        So, it's really coming!
        Be Cool Stay in School!
        Next year I'm trying for a summer internship at Stark Industries.

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          Re: Leicester Square note--it rhymes with Chester, tester, and pester

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