Granted. All the world knows you for your skillfully mastery of the letter 'B'. The sight of your artful and skillfully crafted B's can bring tears to the eyes of the most hardened man, and that is only the written version. By just uttering the single syllable, you can make crowds rise up out of their seats to applaud your performance. Eventually, your unearned success begins to fill you with guilt and shame. Near the end of your life, you swear off the letter B entirely. Refusing to even use words that contain the wretched letter. On your deathbed, you utter a single last syllable, 'D'. For generations to come, scholars debate the meaning of your final statement. The question has sparked many fierce debates. An award winning novel was adapted about one of the more extravagant and dramatic theories. A motion picture cinematic, based on the novel was released and was hailed as an instant classic. Several remakes would be made after that, but all of them would pale in comparison to the original classic. However, if you're not comparing them, a good number of them are decent in their own right.
In the distant future, you are officially recognized as both a master of the letter 'B', as well as the letter 'D'.
And you lived happily ever after.
I wish everyone who wanted food could make a sandwich appear in front of them.