Speaking of breaking the rule, has anyone ever considered using the “h” sound for a number? I am discovering that it is a good match with the “r” or #4. Obviously, it can’t be used as the last number because no word ends in a sounded “h” except for the 6 “ch” .
But Hit man would make a great 432.
I guess I would never use Hit man for 132 because door man is there. And since I have a hard time with words that begin with a vowel, or “h” followed by a vowel, I have almost no words anymore starting with a “h” in my system anyway, (I suspect it creates an off rythm in the words which throws me off)so it won’t conflict. As a matter of fact, most of my words starting with a “h” are already in the 400s such as hair gel 465, horse gym 463, What do you guys think?
I guess the H alone might also work great in the 600s, or for a 6 since ch is already a 6. But 6 already has lots of various sounds to it whereas “r” is completely alone in its category. Even just saying the sound “r” sounds like there may a “h” in front so it comes naturally, or a variation of “r”
Something similar would surely be possible with a “w” too, or even a “y” as in Yes. I just haven’t got around yet to find its best spot.