We all know that nobody pronounces the word wednesday as "wed nes day" its more like everyone pronounces that word as "wensday" so actually the d as well as the 2nd e are nonsensical and useless and dont need to be there at all and so once again who was a powerful and far reaching enough of an authority to say the k and the 2nd e are going to be used and spelled there in that word and everyones gonna automatically agree and forever more teach it as being that way when the word wednesday it isnt even said that way by anyone anywhere?!
Maybe the "ka" pronunciation of knife reflects the "kaaahhhh" sound of a knife penetrating flesh or the initial sound someone makes when they get knifed or do i mean nyfed or do i mean kanived?! (*-*)
Maybe long ago some king and queen were married on a wednesday and so they created a conglomeration of wedding and wensday and passed it off as grammatical law punishable by death if anyone disobeys?! (*-*)