[ nˈʌn tˈuː], [ nˈʌn tˈuː], [ n_ˈʌ_n t_ˈuː]
Related words: none two, tranny, two tranny, two trannies, two trannies
How to use "None two" in context?
Many people are familiar with the odd word none two, but few are aware that the word itself has a bit of a history. According to Oxford Dictionaries, the word None Two first appeared in print in 1892 in the journal The Dial. The term was likely coined by an American journalist named Richard Outcault who used it to describe an absurd comic strip he created called "The Yellow Kid."
None Two has since been used to refer to anything that is uniquely odd or humorous. For example, if you are feeling blue and need a little pick-me-up, you can toast to None Two with a glass of wine.
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