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Q is supposedly the seventeenth letter of the basic Latin alphabet. Or so they say. They don't realize that tere are really only 25 letters in the Latin alphabet.

History Edit

Q

Oh, come on, it's pretty obvious.

The whole conspiracy started when the Greeks fabricated the letter Qoppa (Ϙ) to theoretically represent the labialized velar plosive (/k/) sound. But we both know that such a sound never existed. The closest possible sound is a voiceless uvular plosive, more commonly known as "clicking one's tongue." It is now known that the reason for such a sound was to cover up the secret emergency call of the LOSDES precursor, the Η Λεγεώνα των έξοχο κακό Πράγμα (or ΗΛτέκΠ). The call consisted of clicking one's tongue while simultaneously producing the /t/ sound.

The "Q" symbol used to this day is actually an O, with a completely useless tail added for effect.

The Truth Edit

As stated above, the Q is really an O with a useless tale, since the /k/ sound it supposedly produces is too similar to the emergency call of LOSDES precursor ΗΛτέκΠ for the general public to use.