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Yet One More Idiot
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World's biggest idiot xD
Believe me, this is not Old English. If you can read it and make out what the meaning of the sentence is, it's not Old English by a long shot. It's actually Early Modern English.

It's not really Old English if it doesn't contain letters like Þ, æ, and Œ. Here's a simple, Old English word for you: Hwæt. It translates nowadays as "What". xD
The End wasn't The End - Found a new home after the great exodus of 2012

Digging, Day after day. That's My job. When I dig, the village can expand. When the village expands, the Mayor is happy. When the Mayor is happy, she rewards me with muffins.

Is that why I dig? For the muffins?

No. I dig for refrigerators.