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The english language is annoying because so much stuff sounds like so much other stuff. The phrase, "Here be dragons," for example, is often confused with these other similar-sounding sayings:
Ear, be dragons: a command to the ear to become a dragon, oftentimes given in vain.
Here be drag ents: means, "here are some tree-people dressed in clothing traditionally suited for the gender opposite to their own."
Here bee, dragons: an exclamation made by someone to his or her pet bee concerning the discovery of dragons.
Heer be, dragons: a drunk person, slurring his or her words, requesting another beer from the bartenders, who are both dragons.
Here, Bea Dragons: someone trying to discuss actresses from the show, Golden Girls, while his or her mind is clearly elsewhere.
See, super confusing. So be sure to listen carefully.