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Tee Pad 17 77.27%
Yeet Pad 5 22.73%
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Old 06-05-2021, 08:39 PM
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GE has the definition.
I wasn't looking for a definition, google can provide that, lol. I was looking for the story which you provided earlier in the post. Thanks!

I say if it ain't broke don't fix it, although I really look forward to those throws where I feel like yelling Yeet, lol.
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68 here. Some references are universal with a motile mind.


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68 here. Some references are universal with a motile mind.


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Old 06-05-2021, 08:56 PM
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Yeet pad sounds more like a brand name than an actual device.
In the words of a famous horse, "Hmmmmmm. Hmmmmmm. No, sir. I don't like it."
Would I say "I yeeted off the pad." or "You have to reyeet from the yeet pad." or "I hate slippery yeets." No thank you.

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Old 06-05-2021, 09:19 PM
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Yeet pad sounds more like a brand name than an actual device.
In the words of a famous horse, "Hmmmmmm. Hmmmmmm. No, sir. I don't like it."
Would I say "I yeeted off the pad." or "You have to reyeet from the yeet pad." or "I hate slippery yeets." No thank you.
Not to mention short yeets, long yeets, red yeets, white yeets....

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Never heard the term before and don't like it. There is absolutely no reason to call a "tee pad" anything but a "tee pad".
I detest giving cute little names to things that already have reasonable names.

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Old 06-05-2021, 09:44 PM
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I detest giving cute little names to things that already have reasonable names.
Aw but Glassy, baby... :'(
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Yeet pad sounds more like a brand name than an actual device.
In the words of a famous horse, "Hmmmmmm. Hmmmmmm. No, sir. I don't like it."
Would I say "I yeeted off the pad." or "You have to reyeet from the yeet pad." or "I hate slippery yeets." No thank you.
When I read I yeeted off the pad all I can imagine is someone launching personally off a slippery pad about 10 ft.

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Old 06-05-2021, 10:00 PM
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When I read I yeeted off the pad all I can imagine is someone launching personally off a slippery pad about 10 ft.
That's not what I thought of. I was thinking someone took a yeet on the tee pad.

And no... I don't like it. Some of my wife's students used to yell Yeet like the annoying guy yells Yup on that storage unit show. Hard pass.

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That's not what I thought of. I was thinking someone took a yeet on the tee pad.

And no... I don't like it. Some of my wife's students used to yell Yeet like the annoying guy yells Yup on that storage unit show. Hard pass.
Students yell a lot of words in annoying ways. If I let that guide the way I use language I'd be significantly limiting myself.

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