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I Do Not Approve: G13 LELY amatalefay: spaceisprettycool: wildestranger: sashayed: lierdumoa: sashayed: sashayed: sashayed: lierdumoa: sashayed: sashayed: My name is Calfe& Im too youngto know yet what do with my Toung!So till my Mom say“Dont Do That!”Ill stick it outAnd lik this cat. My little Calfe,Im proud of yu–yur living likethe Big Cows do.Yur doing justwhat Mom have said–for yu lik cat,and cat  lik bred. Bad meme execution. 0/5 stars. These poems are supposed to be imitative of 17th/18th century middle English poetry (pre-dating dictionaries and formalized spelling conventions) not early 2000s chatspeak, not babytalk. These poems are also supposed to be in iambic diameter, giving them a pleasing songlike rhythm. The above has inconsistent syllabic structure from line to line. These attributes are clearly illustrated in the prime: So tired of people on this website and their flagrant disregard for syllabic structure. No respect for the craft. 1. first of all, how dare you. i would never, N E V E R, put forth a cow poem with inconsistent syllabic structure. these may not be my finest work, but the iambic dimeter is IMPECCABLE. check my scansion again and come back to me. I guess “know what do yet” is not ideal, but it falls within the constraints of the form. i’m genuinely appalled by this. i have SEEN inconsistent scansion in this meme, i do NOT approve of it and i have NOT done it. how dare you. HOW DAR EYOU!!! Secondly: it is not absurd to suppose that the linguistic constraints of a Cow Poem would depend on the figure to whom Cow speaks. In the original (and perfect) “i lik the bred,” the narrative cow, like a Chaucerian non-characterized narrator, directs her speech to an imagined and unspecific listener; not to “the men,” who are characters within the poem, but to some more general audience. (See the Canterbury Tales prologue for an example of this voice in action.)  Later, poem_for_your_sprog has Cow address contemporaries like “dog.” You will notice that the voice of Cow varies slightly, in speaking to Dog, from her voice in the original “I lik the bred.” WHY, then, can we not extrapolate that Calfe – who is, after all, a narrator of limited capacity, being only a Baby Cow with a Baby Cow’s simplicity – would have its own variant voice? And why, too, would Cow not speak differently to her own Calfe than she does to an animal peer, or to reverent imaginary auditors? These are experiments within an emerging form – flawed experiments, certainly, but not mistakes ipso facto. Again: HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!!! my name is Cow,and as yu see,its worth yor tiymeto studye me.but if yu dontlike what yu red,take 2 deep brethsand lik the bred. I am willing to concede on second reading that the syllabic structure is passable, and in that regard I’ve wrongly impugned the integrity of your work, however I maintain that your Frankenstinian amalgam of fake middle English with fake modern American baby talk is thoroughly unconvincing as either middle English or as modern American baby talk. It’s an aesthetic failure, IMH(inh)O* You’ve created the linguistic equivalent of a spork — vitiating two perfectly serviceable tools by attempting to fuse them. Writing ‘till mothere says / do not do that,’ would have conveyed roughly the same idea without feeling quite so awkwardly anachronistic. My name is Rave,and I can seeyou’re bent on pa-tronizing me!”Anachronistic”frankly seems a misplaced word to use of memes.But since you want to start that fight,let’s step outsideand do this right. Dude: if you want to not get wreckedyou’d better get your facts correct. Like, “Mothere,” friend,is not a wordthat Geoffrey Chau-cer ever heard.*(*”Mooder” would be period-accurate, and also a good cow word.)What’s more, the “eight-teenth century”has zip to do with, um, “M.E.”And it’s not spelled“diameter.”What are you, pal,an amateur? I am not Chauceror John Donnebut if you tryto spoil my funwith words you learnedin English class – don’t come for me. I’ll kik yur ass. I don’t think someone who thinks Middle English happened in the seventeenth century ought to be schooling others. “17th/18th century middle English” My name is Geoff,John Chaucer’s sonne,and I my lyfe’scours have runne.Engelish tongesare now divers,so pedants, kis my naked ers
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lierdumoa:

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lierdumoa:

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My name is Calfe& Im too youngto know yet what do with my Toung!So till my Mom say“Dont Do That!”Ill stick it outAnd lik this cat.
My little Calfe,Im proud of yu–yur living likethe Big Cows do.Yur doing justwhat Mom have said–for yu lik cat,and cat 
lik bred.

Bad meme execution. 0/5 stars.
These poems are supposed to be imitative of 17th/18th century middle English poetry (pre-dating dictionaries and formalized spelling conventions) not early 2000s chatspeak, not babytalk.
These poems are also supposed to be in iambic diameter, giving them a pleasing songlike rhythm. The above has inconsistent syllabic structure from line to line.
These attributes are clearly illustrated in the prime:
So tired of people on this website and their flagrant disregard for syllabic structure.
No respect for the craft.

1. first of all, how dare you. i would never, N E V E R, put forth a cow poem with inconsistent syllabic structure. these may not be my finest work, but the iambic dimeter is IMPECCABLE. check my scansion again and come back to me. I guess “know what do yet” is not ideal, but it falls within the constraints of the form. i’m genuinely appalled by this. i have SEEN inconsistent scansion in this meme, i do NOT approve of it and i have NOT done it. how dare you. HOW DAR EYOU!!!

Secondly: it is not absurd to suppose that the linguistic constraints of a Cow Poem would depend on the figure to whom Cow speaks. In the original (and perfect) “i lik the bred,” the narrative cow, like a Chaucerian non-characterized narrator, directs her speech to an imagined and unspecific listener; not to “the men,” who are characters within the poem, but to some more general audience. (See the Canterbury Tales prologue for an example of this voice in action.) 
Later, poem_for_your_sprog has Cow address contemporaries like “dog.” You will notice that the voice of Cow varies slightly, in speaking to Dog, from her voice in the original “I lik the bred.” WHY, then, can we not extrapolate that Calfe – who is, after all, a narrator of limited capacity, being only a Baby Cow with a Baby Cow’s simplicity – would have its own variant voice? And why, too, would Cow not speak differently to her own Calfe than she does to an animal peer, or to reverent imaginary auditors? These are experiments within an emerging form – flawed experiments, certainly, but not mistakes ipso facto. Again: HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!!!


my name is Cow,and as yu see,its worth yor tiymeto studye me.but if yu dontlike what yu red,take 2 deep brethsand lik the bred.

I am willing to concede on second reading that the syllabic structure is passable, and in that regard I’ve wrongly impugned the integrity of your work, however I maintain that your Frankenstinian amalgam of fake middle English with fake modern American baby talk is thoroughly unconvincing as either middle English or as modern American baby talk.
It’s an aesthetic failure, IMH(inh)O*
You’ve created the linguistic equivalent of a spork — vitiating two perfectly serviceable tools by attempting to fuse them.
Writing ‘till mothere says / do not do that,’ would have conveyed roughly the same idea without feeling quite so awkwardly anachronistic.

My name is Rave,and I can seeyou’re bent on pa-tronizing me!”Anachronistic”frankly seems a misplaced word to use of memes.But since you want to start that fight,let’s step outsideand do this right.
Dude: if you want to not get wreckedyou’d better get your facts correct.
Like, “Mothere,” friend,is not a wordthat Geoffrey Chau-cer ever heard.*(*”Mooder” would be period-accurate, and also a good cow word.)What’s more, the “eight-teenth century”has zip to do with, um, “M.E.”And it’s not spelled“diameter.”What are you, pal,an amateur?
I am not Chauceror John Donnebut if you tryto spoil my funwith words you learnedin English class –
don’t come for me. I’ll kik yur ass.


I don’t think someone who thinks Middle English happened in the seventeenth century ought to be schooling others.

“17th/18th century middle English”

My name is Geoff,John Chaucer’s sonne,and I my lyfe’scours have runne.Engelish tongesare now divers,so pedants, kis
my naked ers

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I Do Not Approve: A731 <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156047072240/sashayed-sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156046119450/sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed-sashayed-my" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156045721110/lierdumoa-sashayed-sashayed-my-name-is" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://lierdumoa.tumblr.com/post/156042928127/sashayed-sashayed-my-name-is-calfe-im-too" class="tumblr_blog">lierdumoa</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156017678235/sashayed-my-name-is-calfe-im-too-young-to-know" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/155999401715/my-name-is-calfe-im-too-young-to-know-yet-what" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>My name is Calfe<br/>&amp; Im too young<br/>to know yet what do <br/>with my Toung!<br/><br/>So till my Mom say<br/>“Dont Do That!”<br/>Ill stick it out<br/>And lik this cat.</p></blockquote> <p>My little Calfe,<br/>Im proud of yu–<br/>yur living like<br/>the Big Cows do.<br/>Yur doing just<br/>what Mom have said–<br/>for yu lik cat,<br/>and cat </p> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="2448" data-orig-width="3264"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/49f706ed90bf7b7589fadb42ff0bac88/tumblr_inline_ojyeipGPLr1qcq7oa_540.jpg" data-orig-height="2448" data-orig-width="3264"/></figure><p>lik bred.<br/><br/></p> </blockquote> <p>Bad meme execution. 0/5 stars.</p> <p>These poems are supposed to be imitative of 17th/18th century middle English poetry (pre-dating dictionaries and formalized spelling conventions) <b>not</b> early 2000s chatspeak, <b>not</b> babytalk.</p> <p>These poems are also supposed to be in iambic diameter, giving them a pleasing songlike rhythm. The above has inconsistent syllabic structure from line to line.</p> <p>These attributes are clearly illustrated in the prime:<br/></p> <figure data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="489" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/5302bbcbe2615d380efd6238c24df11b/tumblr_inline_ojzje1d6XL1rpmj9n_540.png" alt="image" data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="489"/></figure><p>So tired of people on this website and their flagrant disregard for syllabic structure.</p> <p>No respect for the craft.</p> </blockquote> <p>1. first of all, how dare you. i would never, N E V E R, put forth a cow poem with inconsistent syllabic structure. these may not be my finest work, but the iambic dimeter is IMPECCABLE. check my scansion again and come back to me. I guess “know what do yet” is not ideal, but it falls within the constraints of the form. i’m genuinely appalled by this. i have SEEN inconsistent scansion in this meme, i do NOT approve of it and i have NOT done it. how dare you. HOW DAR EYOU!!!</p> </blockquote> <p>Secondly: it is not absurd to suppose that the linguistic constraints of a Cow Poem would depend on the figure to whom Cow speaks. In the original (and perfect) “i lik the bred,” the narrative cow, like a Chaucerian non-characterized narrator, directs her speech to an imagined and unspecific listener; not to “the men,” who are characters within the poem, but to some more general audience. (See the Canterbury Tales prologue for an example of this voice in action.) </p> <p>Later, poem_for_your_sprog <a href="http://knitmeapony.tumblr.com/post/156041154274/the-lik-the-bred-anthology-with-commentary">has Cow address contemporaries like “dog.”</a> You will notice that the voice of Cow varies slightly, in speaking to Dog, from her voice in the original “I lik the bred.” WHY, then, can we not extrapolate that Calfe – who is, after all, a narrator of limited capacity, being only a Baby Cow with a Baby Cow’s simplicity – would have its own variant voice? And why, too, would Cow not speak differently to her own Calfe than she does to an animal peer, or to reverent imaginary auditors? These are experiments within an emerging form – flawed experiments, certainly, but not mistakes <i>ipso facto.</i> Again: HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!!!</p> </blockquote> <p><figure data-orig-width="564" data-orig-height="438" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/794f30532ba5aea0ca849821e488de99/tumblr_inline_ojzqnmoxur1qcq7oa_540.jpg" alt="image" data-orig-width="564" data-orig-height="438"/></figure></p> <p>my name is Cow,<br/>and as yu see,<br/>its worth yor tiyme<br/>to studye me.<br/>but if yu dont<br/>like what yu red,<br/><br/>take 2 deep breths<br/><br/>and lik the bred.<br/></p> </blockquote>
I Do Not Approve: A731
<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156047072240/sashayed-sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156046119450/sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed-sashayed-my" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156045721110/lierdumoa-sashayed-sashayed-my-name-is" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://lierdumoa.tumblr.com/post/156042928127/sashayed-sashayed-my-name-is-calfe-im-too" class="tumblr_blog">lierdumoa</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156017678235/sashayed-my-name-is-calfe-im-too-young-to-know" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/155999401715/my-name-is-calfe-im-too-young-to-know-yet-what" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p>
<blockquote><p>My name is Calfe<br/>&amp; Im too young<br/>to know yet what do <br/>with my Toung!<br/><br/>So till my Mom say<br/>“Dont Do That!”<br/>Ill stick it out<br/>And lik this cat.</p></blockquote>
<p>My little Calfe,<br/>Im proud of yu–<br/>yur living like<br/>the Big Cows do.<br/>Yur doing just<br/>what Mom have said–<br/>for yu lik cat,<br/>and cat </p>
<figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="2448" data-orig-width="3264"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/49f706ed90bf7b7589fadb42ff0bac88/tumblr_inline_ojyeipGPLr1qcq7oa_540.jpg" data-orig-height="2448" data-orig-width="3264"/></figure><p>lik bred.<br/><br/></p>
</blockquote>
<p>Bad meme execution. 0/5 stars.</p>
<p>These poems are supposed to be imitative of 17th/18th century middle English poetry (pre-dating dictionaries and formalized spelling conventions) <b>not</b> early 2000s chatspeak, <b>not</b> babytalk.</p>
<p>These poems are also supposed to be in iambic diameter, giving them a pleasing songlike rhythm. The above has inconsistent syllabic structure from line to line.</p>
<p>These attributes are clearly illustrated in the prime:<br/></p>
<figure data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="489" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/5302bbcbe2615d380efd6238c24df11b/tumblr_inline_ojzje1d6XL1rpmj9n_540.png" alt="image" data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="489"/></figure><p>So tired of people on this website and their flagrant disregard for syllabic structure.</p>
<p>No respect for the craft.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>1. first of all, how dare you. i would never, N E V E R, put forth a cow poem with inconsistent syllabic structure. these may not be my finest work, but the iambic dimeter is IMPECCABLE. check my scansion again and come back to me. I guess “know what do yet” is not ideal, but it falls within the constraints of the form. i’m genuinely appalled by this. i have SEEN inconsistent scansion in this meme, i do NOT approve of it and i have NOT done it. how dare you. HOW DAR EYOU!!!</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Secondly: it is not absurd to suppose that the linguistic constraints of a Cow Poem would depend on the figure to whom Cow speaks. In the original (and perfect) “i lik the bred,” the narrative cow, like a Chaucerian non-characterized narrator, directs her speech to an imagined and unspecific listener; not to “the men,” who are characters within the poem, but to some more general audience. (See the Canterbury Tales prologue for an example of this voice in action.) </p>
<p>Later, poem_for_your_sprog <a href="http://knitmeapony.tumblr.com/post/156041154274/the-lik-the-bred-anthology-with-commentary">has Cow address contemporaries like “dog.”</a> You will notice that the voice of Cow varies slightly, in speaking to Dog, from her voice in the original “I lik the bred.” WHY, then, can we not extrapolate that Calfe – who is, after all, a narrator of limited capacity, being only a Baby Cow with a Baby Cow’s simplicity – would have its own variant voice? And why, too, would Cow not speak differently to her own Calfe than she does to an animal peer, or to reverent imaginary auditors? These are experiments within an emerging form – flawed experiments, certainly, but not mistakes <i>ipso facto.</i> Again: HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!!!</p>
</blockquote>
<p><figure data-orig-width="564" data-orig-height="438" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/794f30532ba5aea0ca849821e488de99/tumblr_inline_ojzqnmoxur1qcq7oa_540.jpg" alt="image" data-orig-width="564" data-orig-height="438"/></figure></p>
<p>my name is Cow,<br/>and as yu see,<br/>its worth yor tiyme<br/>to studye me.<br/>but if yu dont<br/>like what yu red,<br/><br/>take 2 deep breths<br/><br/>and lik the bred.<br/></p>
</blockquote>

<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156047072240/sashayed-sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p><bloc...

I Do Not Approve: So My friend was logged on to my facebook when a girl messaged me.I asked him to politely tell her that I was too busy to talk as l was playing video games. This is what he done instead. Rebecca Hey Paul Good evening, I am Sir Eldridge, Lord'sbutler. Sir is indisposed at the moment, with his favourite video game; 'Crash Bandicoot, The Wrath of Cortex. He is unable to take your message. Rebecc Haha who is this :L Paul But my lady, I have already given you my full ttle. Rebecca I know thats lies Pau Ma'am, you do me a dis-service! I would never bequeath a lady of such igh stature with a cunning ruse! Indeed, my full name is Sir Tobias Eldridge Rebecca Ok jokes over who is this Paul It is as if ma'am is handcapped. I. Am. Sir. Tobias. Eldridge. I really don't see how I could make it dearer. Rebecca You caling me handicapped!! Paul Well, when one cannot decipher the terribly complex code of a 5 sylable tide; even after 3 repetitions... Yes. I would go so far as to call ma'arm handicapped Rebecca Who the feck is this!! SIR. TOBIAS, ELD-RIDGE. Good lord madam. You are the densest of brick walls I have ever had the displeasure of conversing with. I do not approve of Sir's company. but srsly, paul is playing vidya games Rebecca Video* Paul vidya' is a colloquial replacement for video Rebecca A what?? Paul colloquial, sang Rebecca What the hell does coloquial mean?! I just told you. It means slang. Rebecca Awww Dont confuse me by using big words! Paul must wholeheartedly apologize, and offer my sincerest, and most recquabasical condolencicals. Reb Theres only one word there i dont know and its recquabasical Paul recquebasical means tonsicular. Rebecca Which means?? Pau Let me think of another synonym.. Gearsimple She doesn't speak to me anymore. timelordy-teganbreann: theawesomeliet: ITS BACK OH MY GOD
I Do Not Approve: So My friend was logged on to my
 facebook when a girl messaged me.I
 asked him to politely tell her that I was
 too busy to talk as l was playing video
 games. This is what he done instead.
 Rebecca
 Hey
 Paul
 Good evening, I am Sir Eldridge, Lord'sbutler. Sir is indisposed at
 the moment, with his favourite video game; 'Crash Bandicoot, The Wrath
 of Cortex. He is unable to take your message.
 Rebecc
 Haha who is this :L
 Paul
 But my lady, I have already given you my full ttle.
 Rebecca
 I know thats lies
 Pau
 Ma'am, you do me a dis-service! I would never bequeath a lady of such
 igh stature with a cunning ruse! Indeed, my full name is Sir Tobias
 Eldridge
 Rebecca
 Ok jokes over who is this

 Paul
 It is as if ma'am is handcapped. I. Am. Sir. Tobias. Eldridge. I really don't
 see how I could make it dearer.
 Rebecca
 You caling me handicapped!!
 Paul
 Well, when one cannot decipher the terribly complex code of a 5 sylable
 tide; even after 3 repetitions... Yes. I would go so far as to call ma'arm
 handicapped
 Rebecca
 Who the feck is this!!
 SIR. TOBIAS, ELD-RIDGE. Good lord madam. You are the densest of
 brick walls I have ever had the displeasure of conversing with. I do not
 approve of Sir's company.
 but srsly, paul is playing vidya games
 Rebecca
 Video*
 Paul
 vidya' is a colloquial replacement for video
 Rebecca
 A what??
 Paul
 colloquial, sang

 Rebecca
 What the hell does coloquial mean?!
 I just told you. It means slang.
 Rebecca
 Awww
 Dont confuse me by using big words!
 Paul
 must wholeheartedly apologize, and offer my sincerest, and most
 recquabasical condolencicals.
 Reb
 Theres only one word there i dont know and its recquabasical
 Paul
 recquebasical means tonsicular.
 Rebecca
 Which means??
 Pau
 Let me think of another synonym..
 Gearsimple
 She doesn't speak to me anymore.
timelordy-teganbreann:

theawesomeliet:

ITS BACK

OH MY GOD

timelordy-teganbreann: theawesomeliet: ITS BACK OH MY GOD

I Do Not Approve: So My friend was logged on to my facebook when a girl messaged me.I asked him to politely tell her that I was too busy to talk as l was playing video games. This is what he done instead. Rebecca Hey Paul Good evening, I am Sir Eldridge, Lord'sbutler. Sir is indisposed at the moment, with his favourite video game; 'Crash Bandicoot, The Wrath of Cortex. He is unable to take your message. Rebecc Haha who is this :L Paul But my lady, I have already given you my full ttle. Rebecca I know thats lies Pau Ma'am, you do me a dis-service! I would never bequeath a lady of such igh stature with a cunning ruse! Indeed, my full name is Sir Tobias Eldridge Rebecca Ok jokes over who is this Paul It is as if ma'am is handcapped. I. Am. Sir. Tobias. Eldridge. I really don't see how I could make it dearer. Rebecca You caling me handicapped!! Paul Well, when one cannot decipher the terribly complex code of a 5 sylable tide; even after 3 repetitions... Yes. I would go so far as to call ma'arm handicapped Rebecca Who the feck is this!! SIR. TOBIAS, ELD-RIDGE. Good lord madam. You are the densest of brick walls I have ever had the displeasure of conversing with. I do not approve of Sir's company. but srsly, paul is playing vidya games Rebecca Video* Paul vidya' is a colloquial replacement for video Rebecca A what?? Paul colloquial, sang Rebecca What the hell does coloquial mean?! I just told you. It means slang. Rebecca Awww Dont confuse me by using big words! Paul must wholeheartedly apologize, and offer my sincerest, and most recquabasical condolencicals. Reb Theres only one word there i dont know and its recquabasical Paul recquebasical means tonsicular. Rebecca Which means?? Pau Let me think of another synonym.. Gearsimple She doesn't speak to me anymore. timelordy-teganbreann: theawesomeliet: ITS BACK OH MY GOD
I Do Not Approve: So My friend was logged on to my
 facebook when a girl messaged me.I
 asked him to politely tell her that I was
 too busy to talk as l was playing video
 games. This is what he done instead.
 Rebecca
 Hey
 Paul
 Good evening, I am Sir Eldridge, Lord'sbutler. Sir is indisposed at
 the moment, with his favourite video game; 'Crash Bandicoot, The Wrath
 of Cortex. He is unable to take your message.
 Rebecc
 Haha who is this :L
 Paul
 But my lady, I have already given you my full ttle.
 Rebecca
 I know thats lies
 Pau
 Ma'am, you do me a dis-service! I would never bequeath a lady of such
 igh stature with a cunning ruse! Indeed, my full name is Sir Tobias
 Eldridge
 Rebecca
 Ok jokes over who is this

 Paul
 It is as if ma'am is handcapped. I. Am. Sir. Tobias. Eldridge. I really don't
 see how I could make it dearer.
 Rebecca
 You caling me handicapped!!
 Paul
 Well, when one cannot decipher the terribly complex code of a 5 sylable
 tide; even after 3 repetitions... Yes. I would go so far as to call ma'arm
 handicapped
 Rebecca
 Who the feck is this!!
 SIR. TOBIAS, ELD-RIDGE. Good lord madam. You are the densest of
 brick walls I have ever had the displeasure of conversing with. I do not
 approve of Sir's company.
 but srsly, paul is playing vidya games
 Rebecca
 Video*
 Paul
 vidya' is a colloquial replacement for video
 Rebecca
 A what??
 Paul
 colloquial, sang

 Rebecca
 What the hell does coloquial mean?!
 I just told you. It means slang.
 Rebecca
 Awww
 Dont confuse me by using big words!
 Paul
 must wholeheartedly apologize, and offer my sincerest, and most
 recquabasical condolencicals.
 Reb
 Theres only one word there i dont know and its recquabasical
 Paul
 recquebasical means tonsicular.
 Rebecca
 Which means??
 Pau
 Let me think of another synonym..
 Gearsimple
 She doesn't speak to me anymore.
timelordy-teganbreann:

theawesomeliet:

ITS BACK

OH MY GOD

timelordy-teganbreann: theawesomeliet: ITS BACK OH MY GOD