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Reddit, Time, and Boi: Bengt Bengt the sleepy boi. Last time tryna get into LWIAY, but thanks for the support anyway, Reddit :)
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Bengt the sleepy boi. Last time tryna get into LWIAY, but thanks for the support anyway, Reddit :)

Bengt the sleepy boi. Last time tryna get into LWIAY, but thanks for the support anyway, Reddit :)

Butt, Child Support, and Complex: RE tilthat TIL of the "Tiffany Problem". Tiffany is a medieval name-short for Theophania- from the 12th century. Authors can't use it in historical or fantasy fiction, however, because the name looks too modern. This is an example of how reality is sometimes too unrealistic. via reddit.com incorrectdiscworldquotes "Authors can't use it in fantasy fiction, eh? We'll see about that..." -Terry Pratchett, probably jeneelestrange Try to implement anything but a conservative's sixth grade education level of medieval or Victorian times and you will butt into this. all. the. time. There was a literaly fad in the 1890's for nip- ple rings for all genders(and NO, it was NOT under the mistaken belief that it would help breastfeeding-there's LOTS of doctors' writ- ing at the time telling people to STOP and that they thought it would ruin the breast's ability to breastfeed well, etc). It was straight up because the Victorians were freaks, okay Imagine trying to make a Victorian character with nipple rings. IMAGINE THE ACCUSATIONS OF GROSS HISTORICAL INACCURACY brunhiddensmusings people just really, REALLY have entrenched ideas of what people in the past were like tell them the vikings were clean, had a complex democratic legal system, respected women, had freeform rap battles, and had child support payments? theyd call you a liar tell them that chopsticks became popular in china during the bronze age because street food vendors were all the rage and they wanted to have disposable eating utensils? theyll say youre making that up tell them native americans had a trade network stretching from canada to peru and built sacred mounds bigger then the pyramids of giza? you are some SJW twisting facts ancient egypt had circular saws, debt cards, and eye surgery? are you high? our misconception of medieval peasants be- ing illiterate and living in poverty in one room mud huts being their own creation as part of a century long tax aversion scam? you stole that from the game of thrones reject bin iron age india had stone telescopes, air conditioning, and the number 0 along with all 'arabic' numbers including algebra and calculus? i understand some of those words. romans had accurate maps detailing vacation travel times along with a star rating for hotels along the way, fast food restaurants, swiss army knives, black soldiers in brittany, traded with china, and that soldiers wrote thank-you notes when their parents sent them underwear in the mail? but they thought the earth was flat! ancient bronze age mesopotamia had pedantic complaints sent to merchants about crappy goods, comedic performances, and transgender/nobinary representation? what are you smoking? melusineloriginale Adding my personal favorite: people in medieval Europe took baths. wetwareproblem India had ways of processing iron for weatherproofing that we still can't match 1600 years later. dr-archeville Truth is stranger than fiction, and history is weirder than you think. ayellowbirds this post gets better every time it comes across my dash. To provide some more: those Romans also had vending machines, automated puppet plays, doors that opened to the sound of horns when you lit a fire in front of them, and working steam engines. All invented by one dude, Hero of Alexandria. luchagcaileag The misunderstandings of the Victorian era continue to vex and bewilder me, but all of these are good and I knew only some of them! The Tiffany Problem
Butt, Child Support, and Complex: RE
 tilthat
 TIL of the "Tiffany Problem". Tiffany is a
 medieval name-short for Theophania-
 from the 12th century. Authors can't use
 it in historical or fantasy fiction, however,
 because the name looks too modern. This is
 an example of how reality is sometimes too
 unrealistic.
 via reddit.com
 incorrectdiscworldquotes
 "Authors can't use it in fantasy fiction, eh?
 We'll see about that..."
 -Terry Pratchett, probably
 jeneelestrange
 Try to implement anything but a
 conservative's sixth grade education level of
 medieval or Victorian times and you will butt
 into this. all. the. time.
 There was a
 literaly fad in the 1890's for nip-
 ple rings for all genders(and NO, it was NOT
 under the mistaken belief that it would help
 breastfeeding-there's LOTS of doctors' writ-
 ing at the time telling people to STOP and
 that they thought it would ruin the breast's
 ability to breastfeed well, etc). It was
 straight
 up because the Victorians were freaks, okay
 Imagine trying to make a Victorian
 character with nipple rings. IMAGINE THE
 ACCUSATIONS OF GROSS HISTORICAL
 INACCURACY
 brunhiddensmusings
 people just really, REALLY have entrenched
 ideas of what people in the past were like
 tell them the vikings
 were clean, had a
 complex democratic legal system, respected
 women, had freeform rap battles, and had
 child support payments? theyd call you a liar
 tell them that chopsticks became popular in
 china during the bronze age because street
 food vendors were all the rage and they
 wanted to have disposable eating utensils?
 theyll say youre making that up
 tell them native americans had a trade
 network stretching from canada to peru
 and built sacred mounds bigger then the
 pyramids of giza? you are some SJW twisting
 facts
 ancient egypt had circular saws, debt cards,
 and eye surgery? are you high?
 our misconception of medieval peasants be-
 ing illiterate and living in poverty in one room
 mud huts being their own creation as part of
 a century long tax aversion scam? you stole
 that from the game of thrones reject bin
 iron age india had stone telescopes, air
 conditioning, and the number 0 along with
 all 'arabic' numbers including algebra and
 calculus? i understand some of those words.
 romans had accurate maps detailing vacation
 travel times along with a star rating for hotels
 along the way, fast food restaurants, swiss
 army knives, black soldiers in brittany, traded
 with china, and that soldiers wrote thank-you
 notes when their parents sent them
 underwear in the mail? but they thought the
 earth was flat!
 ancient bronze age mesopotamia had
 pedantic complaints sent to merchants
 about crappy goods, comedic performances,
 and transgender/nobinary representation?
 what are you smoking?
 melusineloriginale
 Adding my personal favorite: people in
 medieval Europe took baths.
 wetwareproblem
 India had ways of processing iron for
 weatherproofing that we still can't match
 1600 years later.
 dr-archeville
 Truth is stranger than fiction, and history is
 weirder than you think.
 ayellowbirds
 this post gets better every time it comes
 across my dash. To provide some more:
 those Romans also had vending machines,
 automated puppet plays, doors that opened
 to the sound of horns when you lit a fire in
 front of them, and working steam engines.
 All invented by one dude, Hero of Alexandria.
 luchagcaileag
 The misunderstandings of the Victorian era
 continue to vex and bewilder me, but all
 of these are
 good and I knew only some of
 them!
The Tiffany Problem

The Tiffany Problem

Meme, Reddit, and Thank You: CTruita FRONT Thank you my fellow meme bois for the support for my chest wall deformity. Much thanks
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Thank you my fellow meme bois for the support for my chest wall deformity. Much thanks

Thank you my fellow meme bois for the support for my chest wall deformity. Much thanks