questionshow do you pronounce beer koozie?

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Good question. Depends on how many I've had, I suppose.

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I pronounce it "cozy" because it's all snuggly on your beer/coke can.

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Yeah, I say "coozy" because the sound of that amuses me. "Cozy" just seems too reasonable, and reason is not quite my goal when koozies are in use. (Real beer gets goblets/glasses; partytime beer gets koozies!)

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If they wanted me to call it a "cozy" they had no business putting an extra o in there.

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I guess phonetically, I pronounce it "koo zee".

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I don't understand why anyone would pronounce it "cozy" when it has two Os.

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I wouldn't pronounce it at all.

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You're testing for regional accents, aren't you. :)

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Since a cozy is something to keep warm in, a Koozie (coozie) is something to keep cool in. Therefore, it should be "koo zee". Personally, I don't keep a beer long enough to need a rubber foam wrapper.

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@inkycatz: Haha, no. I just got my shirt+koozie from Woot in the mail, which prompted an argument between my boyfriend and I about the pronunciation. He says "cozy" I say "koo-zie", so instead of continuing the argument I decided to turn to Woot to determine the true phonetics.

So, thanks everyone who helped!

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It's pronounced Kooo- zee but they call it different things depending on where you are. In Austriala they call them stubby holders. In some places they even call them koozy
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