Okay, you're all going to think I'm nuts for noticing this one, but here it is:
- In English, "D" is pronounced "Dee" or "Di".
- In French, "D" is pronounced "Day".
- In English, the first day of the work week is Monday.
- In French, this same day is called Lundi.
The rest of them end in the same thing for the most part - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday... Mardi, Mercredi, Jeudi.
Near the start I showed the pronounciations of the fourth letter of the alphabet in both languages. Observe now, as I have, that "D" in one language is the second half of the names of the days in the other language.
Congratulations. Our existance is meaningless. It's all my fault. I apologize.