Trip into demonology
During the 16th century, it was believed that each demon had more strength during a special month of the year. So people born on those moths are influenced by them.
Belial in January
Leviathan in February
Satan in March
Belphegor in April
Lucifer in May
Berith in June
Beelzebub in July
Astaroth in August
Thammuz in September
Baal in October
Asmodai in November
Moloch in December
Sometimes I wonder, why I know more about demons than angels.
Apparently I’m influenced by a chatterbox, nerd, bishop demon?
Tired of using “we,” “us,” and “our” when talking about you and your mate/BFF/significant other/schizophrenic hallucination?
Take a leap back to Old English and use “wit,” “unc,” and “uncer!” They are some old and forgotten first person pronouns that refer to only two people.
Why, yes, wit will be attending the party. That’s uncer drinks! Yo, what about unc! Wit want pizza too!
Just remember all the Vowel shifts that didn’t happen yet when figuring out how to pronounce those fancy new pronouns! So presumably wit is wet, unc is awnc, and uncer is awncar
And then the magical traveling circus of scholastic would randomly show up
at the motherfucking BOOK FAIR
I seriously miss the book fair.
Wait, you mean these don’t exist anymore?
We even had them in Pakistan and they were a big hit.
Oh the good old days
Ah yes, the only time of year my school library would get new books
THE UCF TEACHING ACADEMY HAD A SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR LAST WEEK! I GOT A BOOK, AN ERASER SHAPED LIKE A GENERIC VIDEO GAME CONTROLLER, AND A SPY UV PEN!
LESSON-LEARNED, TEACHER COLLEGES HAVE BOOK FAIRS!