But it's hard to take "kanser" seriously
Kanser and Kancer are pronounced differently.
Hence why we need C.
When I say them, they sound the same?
What about ch?
My name is Charlie. :)
There's SH for that. Even though there's a slight difference between them, like how Chat is pronounces as tshat but shat as shat, but we could learn to live with it.
yeah, then how would we say cheese, chalupa, change, charles, charlie, chagrin, whatchamacallit, pooch, chipanzee, chisel, or chwaffles?
And chocolate.@229200 (chocolatecakeisbad):
Sheese Shalupa Shange. And we should learn to live with the fact that SH could be pronounced both ways, as CH and as its original pronunciation.
Same way as before. The good question is how we would spell it. I vote for "tjeese"
But that's only in the English language.
Since C could be used in place of both S and K, why not eliminate two pointless letters instead of one :)
Becauce thic lookc way chittier and ic much more confucing than the already retarded cuggection made by the OP
Kharlie will sound like "Carly" 0_0
:( I appreciate you.
C IS FOR COOKIE AND COOKIE IS FOR ME!
PEE OH TEE DEE!
Make this POTD
Or we could just get rid of S and K!
In Cape Town we already have people replace CH with TJ. Chop = Tjop, Chair = Tjair. We're cool yo.
I find it humorous that Emperorerror is so adamant about the uselessness of the letter c.