Just some chick.
Faulkner would've given his eye teeth to have come up with the tale of a gentlemanly fabulist who builds a comfortable life weaving whole cloth from a famous man's unknowable mojo.
By libmas on The Faulkner Truthers
Joke's on you, Ms. Bustillos: "rigerous" is actually an old Southern word meaning "based on reputation." It says so right in this old book of Southern sayings that Faulkner left out here in California. Which is also totally legit, by the way.
As long as they lose.
Give me a few minutes and I'll weigh in with what appears to be an attention-seeking, overly long comment not even related to this post!
By KarenUhOh on The End Of Comments
I'd straighten you all out on this here, but no one's reading it, anyway.
By LondonLee on The End Of Comments
Better to take out your anger on some random stranger in a comment section than keep it bottled up. That's what I always say.
I think his worst fear is that he's boring. Because he is.