Friday, June 24, 2016 – News from the Nether Land
No, I am not talking about the country of the Netherlands. I am referring to Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Miller’s Tale from Canterbury Tales. If those ultraconservatives trying to run education could only read and understand old English, this poem would be so banned from high school English classes. The Miller’s Tale refers to activities related to one’s nether yaya. For example, peeing out of an upstairs window by hanging one’s rear end out the window, breaking wind in his lover’s face and of course nether yaya love happenings.
Chaucer should have included a story called The Doctor’s Tale. It would tell of having a camera and light inserted into the nether yaya area to look around. I wonder who thought “hey I bet if I stick this camera with a light on it up someone’s nether land I can see inside.” Better yet, I wonder who had the honors to advance science and medicine of being the first to have a camera inserted. “Hey Igor, hop up on this table and let me take a picture of the inside of your nether land.” OK, we are getting way too much personal information.
Let’s just say all’s well that ends well. That is Shakespeare. And that ends your English Literature lesson for the day. Happy weekend.