Not an initialism AFAIK (as far as I know) but an acronym like LASER and NATO. It's apparently trending on Urban Dictionary, although the down-votes outnumber the up-votes. It stands for The things I would do to you
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In order to hear how it's pronounced you have to visit the page, there are three separate recordings by two men and one woman.
As I think this acronym is going to catch on, and I would like to be able to say this to my loved one when he comes to visit me for Christmas, my question is:
- Can anyone transcribe the pronunciation of this "word"?
Preferably in IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet). This is the consonant chart and this is the vowel chart. Both charts include audio.
Would I be correct in saying this word has a cluster of consonants that contain more than one alveolar tap or flap? I've never been keen on studying pronunciation, especially its terminology, but ttiwdty has a novel mix of sounds which I would like someone to explain using the appropriate terminology but to a layperson such as myself.
EDIT (December 4 2014):
Has anyone heard this acronym being said out aloud? Is it a real acronym/word? Or does it only exist in Urban Dictionary?