There is no point in using the word “impossible” to describe something that has clearly happened.
Lol. I <3 Douglas Adams. So clever. 😀
But no one has told the ‘real’ publishers.
“Not probable, not probable, that’s what you mean.”
Or if you prefer your quips a bit wordier:
“Let those who have not experienced something, debate about whether it exists. Let those who have, go on to other problems.”
(I use this one whenever anybody tries to argue about whether hypnosis is “real.”)
No, the word is “inconceivable!”
“You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”
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