“Mostly benign”? Is that anything like “Mostly harmless”?
Yes, because like Earth, she got upgraded. Only she was uped from a simple barista to demon barista Tina
“Benign” often carries an implication of being helpful, whereas “harmless” just suggests they won’t harm anyone. Not exactly the same thing. I’m not sure why the former is the fancy-word of choice to describe tumors that won’t kill you, in that light.
After you are told you have cancer, hearing that it won’t kill you is probably helpful?
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