Jon Dore - Best Subject

  • Season 14 , Ep 10
  • 01/11/2010
  • Views: 5,243

There are some words in the English language that have totally different meanings. (1:21)

IS A VERY DIFFICULT LANGUAGE.

LIKE, WE HAVE SOME WORDS --

THE SPELLING OF SOME WORDS INTHE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARE RIDIC--

WELL, YOU GUYS KNOWWHAT I MEAN.

I'M PREACHINGTO THE "CHOYER" HERE.[choir]

BUT YOU KNOW WHAT?

IT'S A TOUGH LANGUAGE.

THAT'S WHY I'LL NEVER MAKE FUNOF ANYONE WHO HAS DYSLEXIA.

AND I'M JUST GIVING YOU THE 114.BUT YOU KNOW WHAT?

I'M FORTUNATEBECAUSE IN HIGH SCHOOL,

MY BEST SUBJECT WAS ENGLISH.

MY WORST SUBJECT WAS"CHEM-ISTRY."

ERRR!

HOW MANY TIMES CAN I DOTHE SAME JOKE?

ANYWAY, THE POINT IS THIS --

WE HAVE SOME WORDSIN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

THAT HAVE TOTALLY DIFFERENTMEANINGS.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?

LIKE THE WORD "THERE,"SPELLED T-H-E-R-E,

AND THE WORD "VAGINA," RIGHT?

THEY'RE SPELLEDCOMPLETELY DIFFERENTLY.

THEY MEANCOMPLETELY DIFFERENT --

NO.

THAT'S NEITHER HERE NOR VAGINA.

THE POINT I'M TRYING TO MAKEIS THIS --

I HAD TO GO TO AN AUDITIONTHE OTHER DAY,

A MAJOR MOTION-PICTUREOPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME.

I HAD TO SPEAK ENGLISH, YEAH.

COMPLETELY MESSED IT UP.

[ CLEARS THROAT ]

"THE NAME IS BOND.

JAMES EARL JONES."

[ LAUGHTER ]

CASTING DIRECTOR SAYS, "NOT TOOGOOD WITH NAMES, ARE YOU?"

"YEAH, NO [BLEEP] SHYLOCK."

ALL RIGHT?GUY'S AN IDIOT.

[ LAUGHTER ]

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