Talk:Robee Sonee and the Tomgirls

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Okay, I got looking (read: squinting) at the picture and apparently, one of the backup singers is named "Christine". I can't make out worth shit what the last one's supposed to be, though. Also, is this supposed to be Robbie Sonee? Because if it is, it's hard to tell because he MISSPELLED THE THING'S NAME!--Blazer 22:11, 12 November 2011 (PST)

  • Oh, God. I finally got it. "Robee" is (supposed to be) the feminine version of "Robbie." Derps all around.--Henry Bemis 23:21, 12 November 2011 (PST)
    • Actually, my Mom's name is "Robbie", spelled just like that. I originally assumed that "Robbie" was the original feminine and "Robby" was the masculine spelling. The spelling of "Robee" suggests it's pronounced "Ro-bee" and not "Raw-bee" , if basic rules of the English language applies, as the vowel-contstanant-vowel in the center means that the O is pronounced as Oh and not Ah. If he wanted to spell it similar, then "Robbee" would be more phonetically accurate. Not being a Grammer Nazi intentionally, but Vocabulary and Spelling were both my strong suits in SATs testings back when I was in school... Was even a tutor when I was 12. Misspellings really scratch the chalkboard on me. Chris' grasp on the English language keeps slipping more and more... >_< AsperGirl 19:36, 14 November 2011 (PST)
    • And just to drive you more batshit, it's Chris's here =) You have to remember that Chris probably has no proper learnings of the English language - spelling is certainly not one of his strong suits, nor is his pronunciation. However he is unusually articulate at times - although one does question if he deliberately looks up fancy words while composing speeches and emails in order to make him look more intelligent and well spoken than he really is. He often either misuses words or when he uses them, they seem strikingly out of place. --Anonymax 02:59, 15 November 2011 (PST)

I think Robee is a portmanteau of Robbie-Sonee. Or something. Eamoo 02:26, 15 November 2011 (PST)