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5th Jan '16 12:21:13 AM LordGro
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We are about media and storytelling, not about the general contemplation of history. This means your example needs to cite a work in which Wacky Fratboy Hijinks occur. A vague and general claim about "how it was back then" is not a trope example. Also violates Examples Are Not General.
4th Jan '16 5:56:00 PM mirisu92
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4th Jan '16 5:52:36 PM mirisu92
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19th Nov '15 1:10:53 AM Adept
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19th Nov '15 1:09:30 AM Adept
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21st Oct '15 12:24:57 PM FF32
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21st Oct '15 12:23:34 PM FF32
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27th May '15 11:45:46 AM LordGro
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The first word of Beowulf ("Hwaet!") is not an expression of confusion, annoyance or shock, which is what Big What is. I don't think there is a translation that actually translates it as "What". See here, for example.
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26th May '15 2:39:36 PM gallium
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18th May '15 11:11:35 AM LordGro
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Source please. Medieval codices are unique objects and normally contain a number of works. You need to point to a specific codex, not a work.
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