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Date Posted: 20:00:16 10/21/14 Tue
Author: Ross
Subject: Question for Com about names
In reply to: Comicality 's message, "(Part Two)" on 23:36:14 10/19/14 Sun

Hi everyone. Obviously I'm addressing this to Com, since he wrote the series, he'd know best to answer me :P.
How do you pronounce, if you were reading it as an audiobook say for example,
a) Taryn -
* TAR-in (like Darren)?
* TEAR-in
b) Dion -
* DEE-on
* DIE-on
If I were reading it (Irish person), I'd be inclined towards TAR-in and DEE-on, personally.
Many thanks, it's always bugged me if I'm saying them wrongly or rightly!

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