I'm going to quotes a few bits of information from the book so you won't even have to read it.<quoted text>your stupidity clearly indicates that you are not Carol AND need some kind of psychiatric help.
please post your real town address. we've chipped in to buy a book for you: "Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation," written in the 16th Century. we'll address it "To the Village Idiot," knowing that it will quickly make it to your address.
1. Thou mayst not render yon pricke astrindle shoulde a staffe of Burleyweede naught be availble. Barely shalt due iff the whole else is goode. Shit not withine a large circle drawn frome thee powt to a diaftance of 30 mains feete to the putlee gin.
2. Whenst atop a maiden, ye mayenst licke her stroodle whenst she prefeft the minitwiggert and huff'n the horne of pleanty. Ye may not grante her muche but ye shalle granteth her this!
Yes, I find the fifteenth century to be a veritable treasure of information on civility, and abortion and things if it comes to that. And now ye shalt too! Or elsee