Yeah. Well, all for the glory of Hollywood and the film industry.
What I am about to share is on the issue where certain words in the English language (mind you, it is not my native tongue) which are confusing, especially when American English is compared to British English. For example, some words are spelled using the letter “z” while others are spelled using the letter “s”. These words include “recognize” (recognise), “paralyze” (paralyse), “organize” (organise), etc. Other English words have an additional letter “u”, such as, but not limited to, “odor” (odour), “valor” (valour), “neighbor” (neighbour), “color” (colour), etc. And there are a ton more where us (or perhaps only me) are confused which of them are really correct. “Traveled” (travelled), “defense” (defence), “leukaemia” (leukemia), “oestrogen” (estrogen), “manoeuvre” (maneuver), “analog” (analogue), etc. are some of the strangely-spelled words on the top of my head.
And why the heck is the abbreviation of the pounds equate to lbs? Nothing in the word can we see the letters “L” and “B”. To me, pounds abbreviated to lbs is a Lot of BullShit