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  • Go forth and record with mine own blessing and this horrible elizabethan crap.

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  • The surgery site is a bit swollen and she hates the elizabethan collar, but she is otherwise in happy spirits.

    October 11th, 2007

  • Got some other things on th ehopper at the moment and a little elizabethan period piece about a swordfighter I wanna do first.

    I love this *%#$@!!

  • April 30, 2007 at 10:02 am this picture is one of my favorites. did someone seriously try to school on elizabethan english in the comments? i mean, really? you tried that? wow.

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  • I love me some Moliere but damn-- that's like elizabethan English-- and yeah, style wise, give me Camus over Proust-- what can I say?

    Slouching towards literacy

  • Inspired by greengrl's link to a page of elizabethan insults, which contains the text of a ten-year-old e-mail who says this stuff doesn't stick around?

    Archive 2004-10-01

  • Inspired by greengrl's link to a page of elizabethan insults, which contains the text of a ten-year-old e-mail who says this stuff doesn't stick around?

    10/04

  • Inspired by greengrl's link to a page of elizabethan insults, which contains the text of a ten-year-old e-mail who says this stuff doesn't stick around?

    10/04

  • Inspired by greengrl's link to a page of elizabethan insults, which contains the text of a ten-year-old e-mail who says this stuff doesn't stick around?

    10/04

  • Inspired by greengrl's link to a page of elizabethan insults, which contains the text of a ten-year-old e-mail who says this stuff doesn't stick around?

    get your Elizabethan insults here!

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  • I usually see this word, like Jacobean, used as an adjective, not a noun. (In contrast to the WordNet definition above.)

    November 11, 2007

  • Places.

    September 9, 2009

  • Ha! What fun!

    September 9, 2009