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there’s an essay due tomorrow but my professor said that “if we needed more time, just turn it in whenever” so im hoping saturday is okay bc i just started

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battinson doesnt work bc his face is too wide. too open he looks like a Child bruce wayne is supposed to have a slimmer more solid face. rob pat’s head is too big for his body hes not quite millionaire. not yet. I said what I said

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began reading levius/est and i am still continually shocked by how different/brutal the story is compared to the anime

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An association between April 1 and foolishness is first mentioned in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales (1392).

The “Whelksman’s Tale”, featuring La Havre harbor in Normandy, France, tells of a sea snail harvester who gets tricked by a local rival fisherman into amorously pursuing a beached dolphin as a mate, as he is led to believe it’s a live, singing mermaid.

The rival, in possession of a prodigiously broad vocal range, lures the poor whelksman with his siren song, and satirical philosophical discourse into, ultimately, professing his love for the dolphin aloud during a local townhall; he is then driven out of his home and business by his fellow townsfolk for this perversion.

The footnote here being the man returns to town and massacres (most of Chaucer is either macabre or ribald) his naysayers with “speares ayn harpoon festooned ay crowne o'shelle” [literally a harpoon with a conch shell tip] on April 1st, thus giving rise to two things we continue to this day: playing tricks on people and the naming of munitions casing as… shells.

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