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Anonymous 03/15/20(Sun)18:23:02 No. [R]
Anonymous 03/16/20(Mon)20:13:16 No. [R]
dude there are 25 other letters try to have some variety
Anonymous 03/19/20(Thu)00:53:46 No. [R]
26 other letters if you count "&" technically speaking, according to what i've heard about there really being a 27th letter that was essentially forgotten and used as "and" instead
but i digress
Anonymous 03/19/20(Thu)02:49:52 No. [R]
Anonymous 03/19/20(Thu)03:27:10 No. [R]
Syllabically for a rhyme to make it easier to remember, for children and then on. It's not one letter, it's really just the ease of pronunciation. Which happens to be a word itself regarding the stumbling of words, in speech.
Digressional, however, as English lexicon is like sand always shifting, what with it being comprised of other language forms.
Anonymous 03/20/20(Fri)10:52:56 No. [R]
I hate sand, it's course, and rough, and gets fucking everywhere.
Anonymous 03/20/20(Fri)15:49:10 No. [R]