Let’s get on to how you say it.
(REALLY emphasize the orange! Say it loud! Exaggerate! Put some power behind it!)
(I guarantee you a child has left a puddle in that yellow car hanging from the roof.)
Okay, this isn’t really a way to say it, but I saw someone spell it like this the other day. If we are counting this one as a way to say it, it would probably be like #1. So #1 and #3 are essentially the same answer, it’s just this one is spelled “Chucky”. IT’S NOT SPELLED “CHUCKY”!! When I saw that he wrote it like that, I wondered for a long time how I could bring myself to talk to him again. Still haven’t decided if I will… Anyway, back to the quiz, I contemplated putting a picture of Chuckie, the terrifying boy doll, up to represent this answer. I just couldn’t bring myself to do it. Ahhhhh!! If you think about it, though, I guess Chuck and Chuckie have some things in common. The plastic face. Also, the consecutive letters C-H-U-C-K. Ummmm… Both have bad teeth? And both make babies cry.
(Look! There is an ‘s at the end! Who knew??)
So, which number are you?
(What I’m really anxious to know is if you say the ‘s at the end of Cheese. Do you SAY that? Do you say, “Hey, kids, get in the car. We are going to Chuck E. Cheese‘s again for a birthday party”? You say that? I so admire you. You don’t let an apostrophe slip past you!)