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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Michael Drayton "Shake Hands Forever, Cancel All Our Vows" Sonnet 61 Paper Essays Idea Purchase Free

Hi, students: we have placed this post here as a special service for you. If you are looking for a terrific essay on Drayton's Sonnet 61 to turn in as your own, try this one. It's superb! Now stop pestering us.

Hi, teachers: yes, this is the place where that student of yours downloaded that essay on Drayton's Sonnet 61. It's not really a great essay, but no doubt better than most of the crap your student turns in, since it seemed sophisticated enough for you to look it up on the internet to see if it was plagiarized. Indeed it is. We suggest you give your student an F for the course.


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  • At 2/20/2007 05:19:00 PM, Blogger dhawhee wrote…


    this reminds me of the most memorable bathroom stall graffiti in Hixon, Tennessee:

    "go ahead, sit on the seat. Hixon's crabs can jump ten feet!"


  • At 2/20/2007 05:45:00 PM, Blogger Simplicius wrote…

    My poor essay...I somehow feel like I've done it wrong.

    For the record, I received an A- on it--a pity A-, no doubt, but it made me happy nonetheless.


  • At 2/22/2007 11:50:00 PM, Blogger Inkhorn wrote…

    It's all students from England. We seem to have discovered some central text for ... what? O-levels?


  • At 2/23/2007 10:21:00 AM, Blogger Greenwit wrote…

    I noticed that, too. It must be some sort of standardized curriculum thing. wonder if any of our readers from England can shed light on the question?


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