Former translator poses as official ordering hard consonant sounds to be dropped in YouTube video
We’re all familiar with the slew of precautions needed to curb the spread of coronavirus, but what about watching our Ps and Qs? Or, rather, our Ps, Ts and Cs.
With tongue firmly in cheek, a retired PR consultant and translator from Surrey has produced a viral video suggesting the government is to ban certain sounds and letters of the alphabet because they increase the transmission of Covid-19. Instead of “please take care”, we should say “flease nake lare”, the skit says.
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