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View Poll Results: How do you spell the H word
Hiney 24 28.57%
Hinnie 0 0%
Heiny 56 66.67%
Highknee 0 0%
Other....Please share 2 2.38%
Hieny 2 2.38%
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#1 of 18 Old 03-03-2004, 07:29 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I always thought it was Hieny, until I noticed that HH spells it Heiny. What does webster's say?

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Ooh, I forgot Hieny...mods, can you add that one?
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Heiny! :LOL :LOL

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I always thought it was Hieny, until I noticed that HH spells it Heiny. What does webster's say?
Websters says heinie, which just looks weird to me.
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I use hiney...and always wondered why it was Happy Heiny's (not as in plural, but as ownership: Heiny's not heinies, kwim?)

no offense Linda just an observation. And ALL those spellings are starting to look wierd the more I look at them:LOL Like when you're writing a document long hand and the words 'and' & 'what' start looking like they're spelled wrong...
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I found this in a slang dictionary for "hiney"

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noun the buttocks or backside. Also, heiny. [originally US, from hindquarters or hinders]
But i spell it "hiney". Does that date me as a CD'er, since I see HH and STILL think Heavenly hineys, not Happy Heinys?

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I gues ihave never written it I was sure I had an opinion but once I got to thinking about I had no idea how I spelled it. I don't think I ever have.

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I think its Hiney. :LOL
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Wow, I guess that "i before e" rule just doesn't apply when you're talking rear-ends.

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Too funny

I spell it Heiny
Kind of reminds me of Heineken

The actual name though was a recommendation from members of a different cd board and that was also how they spelled it.
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wow I guess that "i before e" rule just doesn't apply when you're talking rear-ends"
:LOL I never thought of that!

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Wow, I guess that "i before e" rule just doesn't apply when you're talking rear-ends.

Actually (sorry, it's the homeschooler in me), the phrase, "i before e except after c," is only PART of a rule. :LOL You can go here to see the whole rule. When it sounds like long i, it's supposed to be spelled ei.
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I always thought it was i before e except after c or in budweiser...

:LOL :LOL


Um, B- U- M

Yeah, that's how I spell it.
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