<p>So...UCLA's decisions were just posted and I was reading through the UCLA threads and I noticed that a lot of people put stuff like "class of '10" or "bruins '10." How would you pronounce that? I mean, saying something like "class of oh-five" or "class of oh-nine" sounds decently cool, but saying "class of ten"...doesn't that sound kind of lame? Is there any better way to do it?</p>

<p>"class of oh-ten."</p>

<p>It sounds good, plus there's a 0 before the 10 in 2010 anyway.</p>

<p>It still sounds somewhat weird, and it'll still that way for the 1x's..</p>

<p>'class of one oh'?</p>

<p>Class of two-oh ten</p>

<p>I think it has a nice ring to it ;)</p>

<p>Class of Twenty-Ten</p>

<p>Sounds scifi-ish... like space odyssey.</p>

<p>i agree with the twenty ten =]</p>