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AluminiUm: The It’s Pronounced Jordan interview with British Dee Ford (now Auburn Dee Ford) on The Drive

It was really hard. They don’t pronounce words correctly over there, like “aluminum” (LISTEN TO THIS DUDE! Do you talk like this, Ross???), which is actually one of the many reasons we left. But love of Auburn can bridge any language barrier (more like Bo-setta Stone), and in the end, last week’s interview with British Dee Ford, the People’s Princess of the Plains, on It’s Pronounced Jordan turned out rather well.

Listen to her Auburn testimony (“Another one saved!“), and her thoughts on Welsh horse thugs, and iPhones here, and rejoice:

And all God’s people said? ALUMINUM. And War Eagle.

More British Dee Ford: Alter Dee-go: Case of mistaken Twitter identity leads British woman Dee Ford on journey of Auburn discovery / Auburn recruit British Dee Ford live-tweets national signing day, gets interviewed on American television.

More British Auburn stuff: British TV Bombshell Caroline Flack Sports Vintage Auburn Shirt in Maxim / British buzz band The Vaccines sport Auburn shirt in photo shoot / That time Auburn students called the King of England to tell him the score of the 1949 Iron Bowl / Pat Dye on the neonatal recruitment of Prince William: ‘He looks like a split end to me.’

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* Auburn’s 1960 cheesecake schedule
* I think of Kurt Crain

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Jeremy Henderson is the editor of The War Eagle Reader and co-host of Rich and Jeremy in the Mornings on Wings 94.3 FM in Auburn. Follow him on Twitter: @wareaglereader / @jerthoughts / @RichandJeremy

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