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Comic #4133

1 Mercutio: The pranker wanted to make someone believe that they’d actually travelled back in time to 16th century London.
2 Ophelia: It seems rather extravagant. It’d almost be easier to just build a time machine.
3 Mercutio: Yeeess...
4 Shakespeare: And you wouldn’t have to build it on a landfill to replicate this smell...

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The background photo here I took in Shrewsbury, which has a lot of Tudor buildings still standing.

Wikipedia informs me that the demonym for people from Shrewsbury is "Salopians". Both "Salopia" and "Shrewsbury" are modifications of the original Old English name: Scrobbesburh. Which just goes to show that if you wait long enough you can justify almost any word evolving into any other.

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