Correct pronunciation for CUJO

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skimom2

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The letter J, in Spanish, is pronounced like the English H. For example, the Spanish name "Jamie" is pronounced "Hi-mee" (that's the closest I can get, anyway), and 'Jose' is pronounced "Hose-ay". So when Joe said Cujo is mispronunced, he was making a joke about the letter J. Spanish pronunciation of it would be 'Koo-ho' :)
 

Hill lover35

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#9
The letter J, in Spanish, is pronounced like the English H. For example, the Spanish name "Jamie" is pronounced "Hi-mee" (that's the closest I can get, anyway), and 'Jose' is pronounced "Hose-ay". So when Joe said Cujo is mispronunced, he was making a joke about the letter J. Spanish pronunciation of it would be 'Koo-ho' :)

lol ok I see know. I thought he was being serious... he also told George rr Martin that tabby and Steve have a naked day where they wonder around naked.. lol. Steve was like um no
 

Cowboy

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The letter J, in Spanish, is pronounced like the English H. For example, the Spanish name "Jamie" is pronounced "Hi-mee" (that's the closest I can get, anyway), and 'Jose' is pronounced "Hose-ay". So when Joe said Cujo is mispronunced, he was making a joke about the letter J. Spanish pronunciation of it would be 'Koo-ho' :)
That Hoe is a funny guy.
 
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