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A phone conversation:

"May I speak to the director?"
"Who's calling?"
"John Rominch."
"I beg your pardon. Could あなた spell your last name?"
"R as in Rome, O as in Oslo, M as in Madrid, I as in Insbruck..."
"I as in what?"
"Insbruck."
"Thanks. Please go ahead."
"N as in Nome..."
This does not make any sense. Why?

 POPclogger216 posted 1年以上前
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Gumball17 said:
I'll give it a go:
Rome is in Italy, which is in Europe.
Oslo is in Norway, which is in Europe.
Madrid is in Spain, which is in Europe.
Insbruck is in Austria, which is in Europe.
Nome is in Alaska, which is in the United States, which is in North America.
So, Europe, Europe, Europe, Europe, North America.
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posted 1年以上前 
RiverIce said:
i think cuz Insbruck isnt a word...? idk though completly
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posted 1年以上前 
lil_lycanthrope said:
N is not the first letter in Gnome. It's G!
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posted 1年以上前 
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Good point, but no. :\
POPclogger216 posted 1年以上前
Zero_Delta said:
あなた don't have to know how to spell someone's name to say it.
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posted 1年以上前 
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