Yes, but “giant” and “giga” followed different etymological paths (French vs. Greek.)
Gif’s pronunciation was a gimmicky choice, for whatever reason:
Wilhite stated that the intended pronunciation deliberately echoes the American peanut butter brand Jif, and CompuServe employees would often quip “choosy developers choose GIF”, a spoof of Jif’s television commercials.
Honestly, though, this girl doesn’t really give a damn and is beginning to want a good gimlet to get sloshed to the gills.
I seem to remember an arcade version of that game. Lots of complex tracks to choose from? Or they got more difficult as you progressed?
But the car, its motion, and the sound were the same.
missing: gaduate college (unless an associates is considered) meet an idol (not many idols in my life) run a marathon play an instrument (played the flutophone in elementary school if that qualifies. Messed around on a piano/guitar/drums but not really ‘played’ them) explore a cave (been in lots of them, but not really ‘explored’ them) haven’t retired …yet (but old enough to) haven’t turned a 100.