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Chatterbox: Pudding's Place

I'm not sure

I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this, but regardless, I present to you:

Ye Olde English Posting

Follow my example:

Why, how now, Chatterboxers, art thou fallen into thy ruin already? Forsooth, and I was just looking at the Evil AE war post, and mine eyes beheld foul play and rivalry! Canst thou mingle in peace and right merry feelings, without hurting one another? I am downright ashamed of thee. Now I know several making-up threads hath been made up, but I beseech you, desist from thy accusations! The Chatter-box is a place for fun and goodwill, and several jesters by the name of alternate egos! Be at peace again, I beg of thee. Call each other not bullies and mean kids, but instead call each other 'friend' and 'comrade.'


So there thou hast it, a good example of how they talked in the olden days. (Without the Chatterbox references)  

submitted by Countess Leafpool
(June 28, 2016 - 9:27 am)

Good morrow, my friend. Fie! The Jesters anger me so! Marry (indeed), the Countless Leafpool, thou could not be more correct anon. They hie to make foes withal one another. These... things they call AEs create woe for naught. Wherefore? Wherefore? Morrows pass by withal heavy people and woe. Hie hence! Hie hence from the madness! Perchance they should hark, mark our words. The Countless Leafpool, thou art well privy of the matter. Any other persons mark these words? I give thou council peoples. Hark, mark my words! I pray (beg) thou stop giving woe to thee friends and comrades. Now, I say fare thee well and have a good e'en. 

(Old English has returned and I love it) 

submitted by Ashlee G., age 15, Olde Lands
(June 30, 2016 - 5:18 pm)