I love it! I’m telling everyone I know! 4 years ago
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ong i thought it was only me who thought this! but i googeled it to check and WOW this is cool! 4 years ago
I didn’t know about that until just now. I know that other people don’t know either. 5 years ago
to be honest i think “door hinge” rhymes better with orange than “challenge” or “scavenge”...but maybe it’s just me
i’m now spreading the word via my msn name… the truth will out!!
xxxxx 5 years ago
You do know that door hinge doesn’t actually rhyme with orange, right?
But, just in case you need something…challenge and scavenge are two actual words that rhyme with orange. 6 years ago
My friends just told me I was wrong…boo. Some people just can’t accept the truth, I guess. 6 years ago
i’ve spread the word to quite a few people. some people just don’t get it. evs. anyways, i think this qualifies as doing this. 6 years ago
im thinking im going to make a shirt
preferably an orange one
with a door hinge on it or something
and then it will just say orange rhymes with doorhinge
either that or im going to do plain black and white words only
i cant believe i never noticed they rhymed.
whoever first did is a genious 6 years ago
It has been listed on my email signature for the better part of a month. I feel like I have done my part spreading the word. 6 years ago
This means I have just reached approximately 61 people. Some of them are bands, yes, but at least one of those bands my husband runs the myspace for, so not all of them don’t count.
I will now post this little fact on the signature line of my email until the end of March. I will consider that a fairly good “spreading of the word.” 7 years ago
At my school, they’ve all been informed that “door hinge” indeed rhymes with “orange”. It helps if you use it in a poem for English. I always spell it as one word- doorhinge. 7 years ago
as soon as i saw this i told the whole computer lab, everyone was amazed. haha, im definately going to keep telling people. 7 years ago
Omg so fun! People think your insane, especially strangers its actually hilarious. I had the best time. 7 years ago
The perfect thing to say when you find a huge gap in a conversation. :) 7 years ago
Some of the people I told found it stupid, but some found it amusing. I want to make a shirt that says it too! 7 years ago
He’s ruining my fun! Waaaaaaaaaaaaaahaha!!
Onto the next unsuspecting victim, uh… friend. 7 years ago
maybe if you said it really fast. With no spaces, and take out a couple’a letters. Like dooringe. Or if your were Scottish… 8 years ago
Im surprized that so many support this topic. I’m so glad I created it as a goal! CHEERS to everyone for being part of this REVELUTION! CHEERS8 years ago
I think that door-hinge definetly rhymes with orange. Everybody I’ve talked to so far agrees and is trying to spread the word. 8 years ago