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In the world capitol of onions, the King was greeted by Russian tomatoes.
Ludo never liked having to face the sky.
King Ubu’s piano player made a mistake.
Another beautiful day in the neighbourhood – and the cats were having a lovely day in the sun.
It was time for the bullock cart to arrive..
Professor Jakobus Ziti taught at the School of Alchemy and Cartography. He knew the writings of Paracelsus (born Philip von Hohenheim, lived 1493-1541). He spent his free time doing experiments in search of the Lapis Lazuli. Paracelsus famously wrote, “The dose makes the poison.”
According to The Onion, there was a deafening silence as the sheeple finally woke up overseas.
Harry and the Queen read only this newspaper. They sat in the old library room, which was also used by generations of his family for over one hundred years. The lights still worked, but he nonetheless used his pince-nez. This was the April Fools edition, delivered by passenger pigeon.
The grammophone played, “It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)”. (R. E. M.,1987)