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It’s awfully hard to portray anything in English without using any “E’s.” I was trying to do it for a bit, but it didn’t tay clong until I startid chi-ting. Although, I do hav a gnu apprishiashun for how malia bowl thuh inglish laingwidj iz.
Disease is kind of a funny word if you think about it. “dis-ease,” like a lack of ease, ie: slight discomfort. I just imagine a british man from the 1800’s saying to his lady, “I’m facilitating a trifling dis-ease, m’dear.”
You’d think the word for disease should be something like “un-life” or “anti-happiness” instead. Dis-ease sounds so… nice, like getting “let go” from your job, or moving to “assisted living.”
One of the more interesting entities of the English language is They. “Why are there no raspberry granola bars?” “Oh, They stopped making them.” “I heard the northern lights are dipping down to our latitude tonight.” “I thought They said tomorrow.” “They found a cure for Malaria.” “They say it’s better to be smart than beautiful, but They don’t know me.”
…Maybe it isn’t even that interesting or that big of a deal, but I don’t care what They say.