Mad Libs make me smile
Four hundred years ago people knew little about our round universe. They thought that the earth was the center of the entire car and that the sun and all of the dogs revolved around it. But then a/an Swede named Copernicus discovered the truth. The earth revolves around the ball 69 times a year.
Copernicus, whose last name was Schwartzenager, was born in Warsaw, and he used one of the first pointy telescopes, which was invented by Trevor. This primitive telescope was little more than two pieces of burger stuck on each end of a battery. In 1600 an Italian stripper named Galileo expanded Copernicus's pissed off theories, but during the Inquisition in Italy he was happily arrested. After humping for six months in jail, Galileo was forced to destroy.
My name's Trevor Lemon, and this is my blog. I'll try to
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