I'm an awkward twenty-something-year-old who cares a lot about humor and knowledge. That's me in a nutshell so don't bother reading anything else in this profile description. Here are some random things about me: I like things that are long, I dislike sports that involve balls, and I fear the Jews (even when they come bearing gifts). Apart from Japanese cartoons/comics, another one of my interests is older literature—the more I read, the more I realize just how little I know.
So they tempered the law’s rigour a little and chose, over the course of four full years, out of all those who happened their way,
ten handsome and bold knights who had proved their durability in the love-games. Matched, as they were, against a hundred women,
it was decided that to every ten women one husband was to be allotted. Before this, many were beheaded who had not measured
up to the challenge. But these ten, tried and true, were invited by the women to share their beds and rule with them. They were made
to promise, though, that if other men were captured in their havens they were every one to be put to the sword, all mercy stifled.
Above is a quote I like; below is a list of some favorites.