Hello, this is reporter Ana. Breaking news: today we actually have some breaking news! Can you believe that? Today, a new letter has been accepted into the English alphabet!
Origin: Thema world Transylvania
pronounced as: El-uh-men-oh
How it was born: In kindergarten classes from all over children are saying the alphabet as so – ABCDEFGHIJK – and after K is where it comes they say “el-uh-men-oh” then after that the letter ‘P’ and continue on normally so forth. Isn’t that interesting?

Well, us here at AWB studios have decided that it isn’t worth the stress to force kindergarten through second grade teachers to try to explain to children that they have been falsely lead for a large portion of their childhood years that L, M, N, and O are separate letters as opposed to all being one. We’ve combined them to make the letter shown above. We do so with extremely high hopes that this will make everything a bit easier. So now the alphabet it – A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, , P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z.

*One kid raises hand*
Yes Taco?
“What happens to the separate letters L, M, N, and O then?”
Good question Taco. They are deleted. CTRL+Zed. Poof. Buh-bye.
*Taco raises hand again*
Yes Taco?..
“But my name has an O in it – what’s my name now?”
Another good question Taco, you’re on a roll today.
*Taco beams in pride*
Well, now your name is spelled – Tac
*Taco raises hand once again*
“Uhm, how is that pronounced?”
It is pronounced as “Toc-oh” now. emphasis on the “oh” as opposed to just an “O”.
*Taco raises hand*
“And what is it in cursive?”
Your name or ?

It would be – . Anymore questions? None? Ok then.


Now, all we need to do is find a way to make an keyboard character out of it like how they have ★ and other ones that are not typically in the English or any other language for that matter. I am Ana NyX and that is all for now. Good night world!