But then it isn't properly a word I suppose so maybe we can write it how we like? http://groups-beta.google.com/groups?q=mic+or+mike&hl=en&btnG=Google+Search. October 1, 2020 6:26 pm. Joined: Dec 25, 2004 Messages: 95 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 6 Location: Venezuela. I'm finding it a challenge ... particularly because I've a penchant for remixing. Victor Oladipo reportedly asked opposing players 'Can I come play with y'all? Anyone using a "k" anywhere in those abbreviations needs a slap. this form to post a quick reply without having to go through the normal You can listen to this episode in a variety of ways: Subscribe in Apple PodcastsSubscribe in Google PodcastsListen via Google Play MusicSave to your Spotify LibraryListen via That's true. It's Mic and Mic'd. There is no 'K' in Microphone, therefore there is none in the abbreviations. Welcome to For The Win's European Union Experience. Any other spelling is simply incorrect. Mic’d Up. I used mic'ed and don't find it awkward, but mic'd is fine too. Copyright 2019 MikedUp Productions | All Rights Reserved. 281 likes. Or (horrors!) For more great sports stories ... I think the problem is that micro is pronounced wrongly to start with - as I understand the ancient Greek alphabet the 'i' should be a short one, as in 'lift'. Any man worth his salt can fix almost any problem with this stuff alone." ...or any other variation you can think of? This episode is exactly 2:36:59. Violations can have severe consequences. Pieces of Nine!). Anything else - especially with a k - is wrong, because it's a miss-spelling not an abbreviation, which should contain only letters that are in the full word, with an apostrophe to signify missing letters. Not DI'd #21 Matula, Mar 19, 2010. ahjteam Anssi … Because it's an abbreviation of Microphone and Microphoned. Nah, I miked you up with a microphone. Miked or Miced or Mic'd or Micd or Micced... What's Hot « 1 2 » Comments. owner(s). It should be mic'd. Are you ready for the biggest thing to happen to school dances since...The first one? You only get a mic or mic'd if your nice to the sound engineer. I can't see any reason why the verb to place a microphone on something needs to be spelled with a c instead of a k. Miked is much easier to read, leaves no doubt as to the pronunciation and is categorically the right thing to type. http://i1278.photobucket.com/albums/y513/phlplls/Mobile Uploads/2015-07/73C15499-6656-4D76-AD91-BDA64E4E3955_zpsblkq8ynm.jpg, http://www.thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/57616/. The traditional English abbreviation for microphone is mike. An American once told me, 'Any noun can be verbed'. We love helping our clients bring out their creative side to make their event one of a kind. I used mic'ed and don't find it awkward, but mic'd is fine too. So is it Miked, Miced, or Mic'd. Share this article share tweet text email link Andy Nesbitt. By: Henry McKenna, https://ftw.usatoday.com/2020/10/philip-rivers-micd-up-continues-to-be-so-good-that-aggravates-the-stew-outta-me, Philip Rivers mic'd up continues to be so good: That 'aggravates the stew outta me! [ Register ]. Miked Up Productions is here to bring you the latest in concert / festival fun. Mic'd is stupid. Providing state-of-the-art audio & lighting. I'll think about it while I go for a bice ride. of any content is prohibited without permission from the copyright What IS the correct abbreviation for microphone, anyway? How could anyone with a brain less than … Servicing Washington, Oregon & Idaho. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! Project is best viewed with Firefox or Internet Explorer. From ceremony to reception, Michael Duncan, DJ and Emcee, will personally guide your guests through a once in a lifetime journey that reflects your personal tastes and culture. I microphoned you up? reply process. Again, this does not follow our usual habits of abbreviation. (Parroty Error: Pieces of Nine! More importantly "mike" or "miked" is just far too Smashy 'n' Nicey. YEAR: | MONTH: New. abide by the [ User "Misogyny ... enforces sexism by punishing those who reject an inferior status for women and rewards those who accept it." It's Mic and Mic'd because of the rules of English language. Almost always apostrophes are used to denote possession or missing letters. On the other hand I have been able to admit to liking the Inbetweeners movie since he went. *like FTW on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/usatodayftw. *visit For The Win: https://www.ftw.usatoday.com The guitarist in my band used to have one of those Marshall angled 2x12" cabs where the speakers are set diagonally, so there are two corners which are plain plywood behind the cloth - for some reason soundmen always seemed to mic the 'wrong' corner, so if it was a small gig where the guitar didn't really need to go through the PA, he wouldn't say anything... then happily oblige when the soundman called for more level from the guitar because he wasn't getting much, It's Mic and Mic'd. *follow @ForTheWin: https://www.twitter.com/forthewin It's not an abbreviation. The A.P. Mic'd - Although i prefer the rhyming slang Office Biked. Registration is free! Join us in helping getting more of your student body to experience the best the north west has to offer! _____ "I'm sick of that rectangular thing I've … The Recording I reckon Mic'd is clearly incorrect, because microphone is not a proper noun. Just look at the common (and phonetically inevitable) spelling “mic’d”– the apostrophe indicates omitted letters, essentially admitting that it’s a clumsy abbreviation of “microphoned.” “Miking” is easy to pronounce, but with “mic” we’re back to “mic’ing”– again, indicating an … Registration is free! On the other hand, if you're shortening the name of the object it makes sense to maintain the "c" as that's how it's spelled. I microphoned you up? EricTheWeary Frets: 10099 .