Discussion in 'Sedo' started by retired_member11, Feb 2, 2006.
I know most pronounce it as "see-", but I better like it as it sounds in full sentence: Se(ll) Do(mains).
"See-dough" sounds a bit sleek =D
I say SAY DOUGH, but other employees say SEE DOUGH. I'd like to think that the true test would be what the employees say, but there are definitely two distinct factions here. Heck, even the founders say it differently sometimes. One time I think I heard someone say SEW DOUGH...
I'm a 'say dough' man
perhaps Jakob will enlighten us to the true pronounciation - I see he now has...not!
The Authoritative Answer Is . . . .
The authoritative answer according to speegle. co.uk
is that it is . . . .
There you have it ladies and gentlemen
Thanks aqls - but how do you pronounce 'seddough' ??
i assume its german?
its with a 'z'
Separate names with a comma.