If you're a '90s kid who grew up watching Disney's Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century, then you probably know Zenon's iconic catchphrase: Zetus lapetus!
But guess what? APPARENTLY WE'VE BEEN SAYING/SPELLING IT WRONG THIS ENTIRE TIME.
At this point you're probably like, "But her name starts with a 'Z,' and it only makes sense that her amazing catchphrase would also start with a 'Z.'"
You're also probably like, "But Urban Dictionary says it's 'Zetus Lapetus,' and Urban Dictionary NEVER lies."
But, in reality, we're (partially?) wrong, and we just have to accept the facts (that I googled):
— When you google "Zetus," only Zenon results pop up.
— But when you google "Cetus," Constellation-Guide.com lets you know that it's the name of one of the largest constellations in the sky. (Space = Zenon, Zenon = Space.)
— The only problem is that when you google "lupeedus," the results are like, hey, this isn't a word, did you mean "lupinus/lupus/lapidus/lepidus"?
— But when you google "lapetus," you find out from NASA that it is the name of Saturn's third largest moon. (Again, Space = Zenon, Zenon = Space.)