3awp!

What a long, straunge trip yt hath been. Tyme sufficeth me nat to tellen yow of the wonderes of Las Vegas, and of the grete battes and swich that ich sawe whanne ich did dryven wyth my lord Kynge Richard from Barstow to Vegas-ward, and of the serious mead collecioun that a man can get whan he sette hym out to fynde a serious mead collecioun, and of the grete feere and loathinge that did posses us.

The Lords Appellant aren all crookes and berers of false-tidinges, and Thomas Favent ys the maner of man that gooth to Blazinge Fellow and yet hath nat tyme to visit his grand-dame. The re-brandinge of my blog plesid me nat, and so ich haue taken it y-back. Fight the powere, sistren and brethren.

Ich wryte this pooste of blog from an "tavern of halydaye" in Grand Rapids in the realme of Michigan, wherat Kynge Richard and mynselfe haue ordrid "Step Brethren" on the "on demaunde." A-morwe, we get back yn to the car and dryve to that place of which Sir John Maundeville whilom descrived yn this blog:

Kalamazoo.

18 Responses to "3awp!"

  1. We have long grieved your absence. Welcome back!

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  2. In Kalamozoo siker wilt thou see the Gret Khan and his Sphere of Solaas, as Marco Polo affirmeth. (Or doth memory play me fals?) Bon Voyage!

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  3. Sir, mayhap thou myghte also considere Twittering thy journeye?

    Signed,
    Princess Ivy
    :-)

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  4. With joyous song and laughing cheer
    welcome back and tell us a tale

    - Caroline

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  5. With joyous song and laughing cheer
    welcome back and tell your tale

    - Caroline

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  6. "feere and loathinge"

    Ich haue oft thoughte Chaucer and Hunter S. Thompson were of oon mynde... O_o

    Filled wyth gret gladnesse, ich saye: Welcome back!

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  7. With joyous song and laughing cheer
    welcome back and tell me your tale
    - Caroline

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  8. Did you see the road sign - 1 mile to Climax? (Or however far it is.) Juvenile, yes. But still a highlight on that drive.

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  9. It's wonderful to have you back. Thank you.

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  10. Welcome home, Geoffrey. I hope you haven't got the 500 archers in the convertible with you.

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  11. In keeping with your first sentence, Messire Chaucer, may I say how Grateful I am to find you not Dead but posting!

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  12. Thankyouthankyouthankyou. rb

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  13. Goddes bones! Owre Geoffrey cometh agayn! Lordis, Prelatis, and Commons rejoyce, and Hev'n and Nature syngen!

    Welcome, welcome back.

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  14. Laughed myself to the point of pain. A thousand welcomes to your return....

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  15. 'Tis comedy that this blog truly be.

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