One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Why should that be considered significant?
- ‘Ignoring his protests, I ordered him up to the cream guest room (and if Saro usually had the blue, what of it?) and to sleep until lunchtime.’
- ‘My folks are away on holiday this week (yes, I've been living with my parents for the last year and a half, what of it?) and the thing I've been looking forward to most of all about having the house to myself for a week has been the food.’
- ‘We've all witnessed you kissing him, so what of it?’
- ‘‘I changed shirts,’ Gary shrugged and turned back to the computer, ‘what of it?‘’
- ‘‘Yes,’ I nodded with a sigh, ‘I knew your mother; what of it?’’
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