I’m sorry, did you suddenly become unable to pronounce an “ess” sound? Then where did that “ex” come from?

Are we talking about fleeing, or are we talking about a former cape?

If this is a way to disguise a lisp, then I forgive you.

Everyone else, you’re bugging me. Please ex-top.

Let Excape Die

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3 responses to “Excape

  1. The funny part is how the “ex” in “extreme” slowly became an “x” instead. I guess the “ex” just wanted love and affection and went to take over other words.

  2. Maybe you need to chill out. How about an ex-presso?

  3. Hold on a sec, I wanna ax you a question.

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