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Diary    H4'ed 7/19/18

The Dissembler of Ludtzh

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"The Dissembler of Ludtzh was a large man that walked with an erratic, back and forth gait and an overly generous ego. However, the Ludtzhites had no exact word for ego, they used "ordortapfunkh" in its stead: a big snake with halitosis that hangs around outhouses.

The Dissembler of Ludtzh was inexplicably elected Mayor of Ludtzh after throwing a series of parties, at his low, moldy house on the Swamp of Tligport, for dimwitted men that carried sharp rocks and cheese in their pockets and women that hated the smiling children of others.

The Dissembler of Ludtzh would make a statement and then shortly thereafter claim that his lips betrayed him, denying his previous statements. Or, he would make a proclamation, then have his subordinates record a panoply of his farts, claiming that's what he really meant to say..." From "The Dissembler of Ludtzh" by Franklin Cincinnatus

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