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    CNN Headline News just reported that the phrase "Doh" will be a part of the next edition of the Oxford English Dictionary.

    Read about it here.
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    D'oh!
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    I'm very proud of homer. He's a great man.
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    I think we all knew Homey would someday do us proud.... Just took about 10 yrs. on TV before that happened, that's all....
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    "(Sniff) Sweet land of liberty. . ." -Homer, in the American Embassy in Australia, when introduced to the toilet that flushes in the "American" direction.

    God bless America!
    -Bernie

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    How about WooHoo! ???
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    Yeah but they misspelled it. It should be "D'oh" not "Doh".
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    Houston - EST. 1836
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    Originally posted by JHromadka
    Yeah but they misspelled it. It should be "D'oh" not "Doh".
    A dictionary misspelling words?!?!! TELL ME IT CANNOT BE TRUE! NOW WHERE CAN I GO TO LOOK UP WORDS?!?! heh..

    joe
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    I doublechecked my Simpsons episode guide. ayup.
    Guess the editors will be saying "d'oh!" when they realise it.
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    Originally posted by Yorick
    I doublechecked my Simpsons episode guide. ayup.
    Guess the editors will be saying "d'oh!" when they realise it.
    When my wife told me about the OED using "doh", she didn't believe me when I told her they spelled it wrong. Even after I found an episode guide, she said "But it's the OED!"
    James Hromadka, TreoCentral Editor
    Houston - EST. 1836
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    I know! It's the British spelling!

    More at the Simpsons Archive (look under the Springfield Times)

    I also went looking for a press release, and the closest I got was this which lists both spellings, and this which shows the actual entry.
    Last edited by Yorick; 06/16/2001 at 06:08 PM.
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    oh, and the Simpsons are coming to DVD ...

    http://www.cnn.com/2001/SHOWBIZ/TV/0...eut/index.html

    yeah, i wrote that ...

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