Joined 5 years ago
cp turner was born at an exceptionally tender age in a town called Baile nam Maighdinnean-ròin in the Risen Land. She was stolen by the Daoine sìth -- the fairyfolk -- and was schooled in the thousand songs, the 500 stories, and the ten thousand proverbs.
She performed for a few hundred years, singing and dancing under the firefly spotlights, but that was a long time ago, and having grown to a young enough age to retire from the busy life of show business, she now pursues her first and original love, weaving tapestries out of air.
She is the author of the novel sounds like a lie but its realy the truth (and yes, she knows the words are misspelled, thank you very much) and is currently working on the novel from which this piece is an excerpt, the girl that tumbled from the sky.
14 months ago
The Liberal plot to kill conservatives through reverse psychology.
3 years ago
In the YEAR OF GAWDD 2525 ATM, I, Professor Harischandra Higginsbottom, am recording in this Wiktionary some of the events, the incidences, their causes, and their effects, across the planet from the time of the Great Melt to the present.
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