Before we go, here's your random trivia of the day:
S.O.S. — the distress signal we all know to write in the sand should we ever become shipwrecked — isn't an abbreviation for anything. Though commonly believed to stand for "save our souls" or "save our ship," in fact, S.O.S was chosen due to its Morse code translation. Signified by three dots, three dashes, then three dots, "S.O.S" could not be misinterpreted as any other message.
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