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Thank goodness there are so few words with a double-w.

I like W. It’s the only letter spoken with more than one syllable, and its spoken name gives no indication as to what sound it makes. It occasionally, very rarely, serves as a vowel. (As in the word “crwth.”) And it follows the convention of being an odd-numbered letter, like all other vowels.

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Abby's puns are the pits.

Well, “impound” means something vaguely similar to “put in the pound”… but “impress” doesn’t mean “put in a press,” and “impair” doesn’t mean “put in a pair.” There is very little precedent for Abby’s new definition.

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 I would name 114 JamesTKirkium.

Roentgenium was the latest one last I checked. By the time this comic posts, there’ll probably be something newer.

J and Q aren’t alone. W is very close to not having an element, but it’s saved by the fact that “Wolfram” is an alternate word for tungsten.

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