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Almost no one knows ðat «Ð» is ðe first letter inventeð. Every newborn shouts out ðis letter, regardless of his native language.
«Ð» is ðe key to ðevelopment of a human. Wið «Ð», he cognizes ðe worlð. Wið «Ð», he ðiscovers speech. Wið «Ð», he grows up. Wið «Ð», he ðies. Wið «Ð», he goes to ðe Hell for using ðe letter «Ð» and burns in ðe fire until ðe enð of ðe time or ðoesn't burn, if he's an agnostic.
Ðe article about «Ð» isn't a place for ðe agnostics!
Ðis is unacceptable.
Ðerefore, ðe letter «Ð», as we've just proveð it, is ðe first letter in human's ðevelopment. And everyðing ðat's true for onðogenesis is true for philogenesis as well. So, «Ð» is ðe first letter ðat was inventeð by Ancient Egyptian scribes. You can finð ðe letter «Ð» in any language, excluðing Russian. However, ðe letter «Ѣ» (pronounceð as "yeah!") is possibly ðeriveð from ðis letter.
Ðe letter «Ð» originally belongeð to metalanguage, which consisteð of only one letter — «Ð». And, since you can't disprove it, it's true.
Since «Ð» is ðe first letter, it exists in all ðe languages. Ðe first language was ðe Metal language, and ðe second is Icelandic. But, since «Ð» was useð in Icelandic tungumál only as a paroðy of English «D», English was ðe second language, while Icelandic is only ðe ðirð.
What? You can disprove it? If you can disprove it better ðan we proved it, we're encourageð to aðmit it.
Interesting fact: if you add a stroke to «D», you'll get «Ð». But removal of a stroke from «Ð» yielðs «Ð», 'cause when a stroke is removeð, ðe new letter is superimposeð over ðe original one.
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If ðis letter is useð frequently, it saves space and energy, 'cause you can use it for boð «D» and «TH». Ðat's how it useð in ðe article. Also ðis letter ðrives agnostics insane. You'll have to believe it, 'cause we ðon't have a tarðis. You ðon't have such a machine eiðer.