"On Dit", or "on-dit": readers of Regency romances will be familiar with the term, from the French, loosely meaning "they say...." We might think of it as a non-legally protected disclaimer preceding some salacious gossip.
"Allegedly" is always safer.On dit that a one does not have a first amendment right to express one's thoughtful views about a book on the Amazon platform.
For more fascinationg insights, on dit that copyright in photos is not such monkey business when it comes to the orang utan (literally "orange man").
Morton Fraser Link.
Talking of "Orange Man", on dit that Survivorman Les Stroud is going after Bigfoot (who looks a lot like Chewbacca).
Happily, there are plenty of amusing comments from Survivorman's fans to entertain one until one is able to skip the political ads and get to the good stuff.