swerve of shore to bend of bay

Boring.
When life gives you lemons, drink poison.On the “die” controversy:I was well aware and wary of “die” being German for “the,” but hoped the break in font style would help indicate my intention, also trusting the reader would seek to maintain the phonetic parallel to the original well-known phrase. What a right sight blighter I am, swapping plain English for noble German.Your ‘ombled sorevent to the bitte’ end,-Shem

When life gives you lemons, drink poison.

On the “die” controversy:
I was well aware and wary of “die” being German for “the,” but hoped the break in font style would help indicate my intention, also trusting the reader would seek to maintain the phonetic parallel to the original well-known phrase. What a right sight blighter I am, swapping plain English for noble German.

Your ‘ombled sorevent to the bitte’ end,
-Shem

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    no, they’re too pleb for trying to mix to languages which have words with the same image but mean completely different...
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    I don’t think they realized die meant something in German. Or maybe they did and this is a layered joke and you’re just...
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