mjj (flemmings) wrote,

Spreading cheer

For there was never philosopher could resist the power of the KEWT.

Apostrophe Cat for the win!

ETA: metaquotes tells me Everything I wanted to know:
In French and several other languages (including, occasionally, English), the same symbol (= umlaut) is used to mark diæresis: showing that there is a syllable break before the marked vowel and that it does not join with the preceding vowel as a digraph.
And me being me I'm delighted to my toes to discover that someone has the user name anaisninja.
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