Which and That

Can we just agree that “which” and “that” are pretty much interchangable? If you’re relying on a modern audience to be able to perceive the difference in meaning between restrictive and non-restrictive clauses, you’ve pretty much already lost.

Which, as they say, makes a mockery of that rule.

Alternately, “That, as they say, makes a mockery of that rule.”

Alternately, “That, as they say, makes a mockery of which rule.”

I think we may be taking this too far.

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