When you write about me later, and you will, please resist the urge to lapse into hyperbole. It will be easy to do, and certainly justified, but the common reader won’t be able to grasp my extraordinary circumstances and succumb to disbelief.
We can’t have that. Better to under-play the details than to lose your audience
Whatever you do, when penning my name, don’t omit the circumflex over the “o.”
Most people won’t be intelligent enough to recognize how that affects the pronunciation, however; it will be important for when songs are sung about me.
Ask me any question.
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Oooh … very Hannibal Lecter-ey! Love the use of “circumflex.” I’ve always wondered what that was called.
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I had to look up what that accent mark was called, when I was sure “bent-thingy” wasn’t correct.