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Hans Christian Andersen, one of Denmark's few claims to fame after the vikings had emptied their last horns of mead, wrote a detailed diary, in which we find entries such as this one:

 

March 14, 1843

Drank absinthe and red wine. Sensual. +

 

The + occurs quite often in Andersen's diaries. It means that he jerked off.

 

The next evening he wrote:

 

Drank absinthe, bought cake, am now sitting happy and home, high up under roof, my thought is the blood's.

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I wonder what my student's portfolios would look like if they did that?

 

"Shakespeare was born + in England. My favorite Shakespearean characters include Ophelia ++ Hero+++++++++++++++++++++++++ Juliet +++ Titania+++++

and Bottom ++"

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"Fairy with sea green eyes and plum-colored coat, +, hair dressed with opals and emerald rings, +, your jealous sisters from villains your banishment secured, but none shall ever rise to your green throne, +, its velvet still preserving for our devotion + the bilobate impression of your soft behind." +++++++++++++

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The + occurs quite often in Andersen's diaries. It means that he jerked off.

now you know what the "dot-dot-dot" means.

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and Bottom ++"

I am a huge C.S. Lewis fan and in one of his diaries he wrote about being in an all boy's school as a child in England and making a trip to a production of a Midsumer's.. at an all girls school. He remarked that he enjoyed the play and that it was the first time he had ever seen a female Bottom.

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