That makes way to much sense. . . pterodactyl
@generic zombie, even double helix makes more sense
@generic zombie, Ah, yes. The wingdactyls
@generic zombie, dactyl=fingers. So “winged fingers”, which makes sense if you look that the bone structure of a pterodactyl.
So it’s actually pronounced Heilcoter, since the p is silent.
@BeauTheServiceDog, p is only silent if the pi-tau (pt) is at the start of the word. This stands tru for all of the greek consonants combinations that are considered unpronounceable in English. Greeks had no issues combining all of their consonants together, but in English we typically need consonants to be separated into syllables, otherwise we make letters “silent”. Ancient Greeks didn’t believe in silent letters.
Urine comes from your blood. The more you know indeed
@BIessthefaII, now this one DOES affect me.
Crazy how nature do that
This here was a one off. This doesn’t affect me and probably never will.