PSA: the term for "and other similar things", is *et cetera* (latin). That's a hard "T" sound after the initial "E". There's no "K" sound in the term at all. Saying "ekcetera" is wrong.

@lightweight dying - in the states, it is usually butchered as eXcetera ... like eXpresso

@haacksnetworking Yeah, seems to be a trend in all English-speaking countries, where people in charge have decided understanding history and our language are not useful. The idiocracy is emergent.

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