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Nothing is Perfect 6 3, 8:11am

The Russian alphabet actually makes the most sense in my opinion. It's completely phonetic, so there's no arguing about whether to spell the sh sound as sh, s, sc, si, ti, ci, sci, ch, sch, ss, etc.
Polish, however, is absolutely insane. And don't even get me started on Lithuanian.

Meanhƿile, I have my idea əf a perfect Eŋliʃ ælφəbet: A Æ B C Ↄ D Ð E Ǝ F Φ G H I J K L M N Ŋ O P R S ʃ T Þ U V Ƿ X Y Ȝ Z

Neƿ letters are æʃ, ɔe, eð, ʃƿa, φi, eŋ, eʃ, þorn, ƿynn, ænd yogh. W ƿəs replaced ƿiþ ƿynn, ænd q ƿəs removed. Yogh ƿould have gone æfter z, but it's just ƿroŋ for ðe ælφəbet to end ƿiþ anyþiŋ oðer ðæn z.