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Alive, Apparently, and Crying: Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 2m Modern Keats would have a tumblr titled "Welcome to my twisted mind" and he would add a sad emoji to every post he reblogged. #Keats Is Emo Pixie (Jay) Hulme@ActualPixie 7m Modern day Keats would spend his evenings sitting on a park bench, tweeting sad shit, and drinking booze he nicked off his mum #Keats IsEmo ื•ื•ื™ Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 9m Modern day Keats would wear eyeliner so that people would know he'd been crying, and he'd live in black skinny jeans #KeatsisEmo Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 13m All of Keats' references to classical lit in Ode to a Nightingale are basically the same as posting sad song lyrics on facebook #Keatsi sEmo โ˜…1 11 Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 18m Apparently saying that Keats would wear eyeliner and cry about emo songs if he was alive today does not sit well with one of my lecturers. 2 Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 56s Modern Keats would probably have ended up writing "Ode to a pigeon" or "Ode to that seagull that just nicked that blokes chips" t? Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 2m Modern Keats: *Paints his nails black Modern Keats: "They are as dark as my SOUL #KeatsisEmo Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie-4m Modern Keats: "Darkling..." English Teacher: That isn't even a word, John. Also, stop using Thee and Thy to sound more poetic. #Keatsi sEmo Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 9m Modern Keats: Lives in Starbucks &subsists on overpriced coffee. writes poems moaning about how poor he is. MAKE YOUR OWN DAMN COFFEE KEATS dracofidus:Weโ€™ve been studying Ode to a Nightingale for three weeks now and I have got kind of carried away with my irritated tweeting abut Keats.
Alive, Apparently, and Crying: Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 2m
 Modern Keats would have a tumblr titled "Welcome to my twisted mind"
 and he would add a sad emoji to every post he reblogged.
 #Keats Is Emo
 Pixie (Jay) Hulme@ActualPixie 7m
 Modern day Keats would spend his evenings sitting on a park bench,
 tweeting sad shit, and drinking booze he nicked off his mum
 #Keats IsEmo
 ื•ื•ื™
 Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 9m
 Modern day Keats would wear eyeliner so that people would know he'd
 been crying, and he'd live in black skinny jeans #KeatsisEmo
 Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 13m
 All of Keats' references to classical lit in Ode to a Nightingale are
 basically the same as posting sad song lyrics on facebook
 #Keatsi sEmo
 โ˜…1
 11
 Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 18m
 Apparently saying that Keats would wear eyeliner and cry about emo
 songs if he was alive today does not sit well with one of my lecturers.
 2

 Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 56s
 Modern Keats would probably have ended up writing "Ode to a pigeon"
 or "Ode to that seagull that just nicked that blokes chips"
 t?
 Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 2m
 Modern Keats: *Paints his nails black
 Modern Keats: "They are as dark as my SOUL
 #KeatsisEmo
 Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie-4m
 Modern Keats: "Darkling..."
 English Teacher: That isn't even a word, John. Also, stop using Thee
 and Thy to sound more poetic.
 #Keatsi sEmo
 Pixie (Jay) Hulme @ActualPixie 9m
 Modern Keats: Lives in Starbucks &subsists on overpriced coffee.
 writes poems moaning about how poor he is.
 MAKE YOUR OWN DAMN COFFEE KEATS
dracofidus:Weโ€™ve been studying Ode to a Nightingale for three weeks now and I have got kind of carried away with my irritated tweeting abut Keats.

dracofidus:Weโ€™ve been studying Ode to a Nightingale for three weeks now and I have got kind of carried away with my irritated tweeting abut ...

Batman, Complex, and Crime: THE JOKER WAS BENG RELEASED FROM ARKAHAM SFOR OK ISTORTOFTIIEBIT MAN "The ABC's of The Joker" - J is for "Joker": In this celebration of the Clown Prince of Crime, it is important to include Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo's dissection of this twisted mind in the self titled graphic novel "Joker" from 2008. Told from the point of view of henchman Jonny Frost, the Joker mysteriously is released from Arkham Asylum. With the help of Jonny and Harley Quinn, this Harlequin of Hate seeks to get what he believes is rightfully his - Gotham City - from Harvey Dent aka Two-Face, which sets off a bloody and gruesome turf war. Fueled by pills, sex and murder, Jonny observes the Joker as a complex being, not sure how he processes the chaos that he ensues on a wide range of victims, from low level thugs who double crossed him to innocent Gothamites. Unable to control the spontaneous rage from Joker and his crew, Harvey asks the help of the only person that can contain the 'disease' that is Joker, the Batman, who seemingly finds and apprehends his greatest enemy. Including dialogue between Joker and other rogues such as Killer Croc, The Penguin and The Riddler, Azzarello brilliantly succeeds in diving into the hideous psyche Joker possesses. Azzarello's script combined with Bermejo's depiction of Gotham City, its inhabitants (including the Batman) and the gritty world that breathes life into Joker's actions showcase both a villain with human emotions and a being with demonizing qualities. An essential read for any fans of this classic rogue, "Joker" shows that "the safest place to hide is in sanity." โœŒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ“š
Batman, Complex, and Crime: THE JOKER WAS BENG
 RELEASED FROM ARKAHAM
 SFOR
 OK
 ISTORTOFTIIEBIT MAN
"The ABC's of The Joker" - J is for "Joker": In this celebration of the Clown Prince of Crime, it is important to include Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo's dissection of this twisted mind in the self titled graphic novel "Joker" from 2008. Told from the point of view of henchman Jonny Frost, the Joker mysteriously is released from Arkham Asylum. With the help of Jonny and Harley Quinn, this Harlequin of Hate seeks to get what he believes is rightfully his - Gotham City - from Harvey Dent aka Two-Face, which sets off a bloody and gruesome turf war. Fueled by pills, sex and murder, Jonny observes the Joker as a complex being, not sure how he processes the chaos that he ensues on a wide range of victims, from low level thugs who double crossed him to innocent Gothamites. Unable to control the spontaneous rage from Joker and his crew, Harvey asks the help of the only person that can contain the 'disease' that is Joker, the Batman, who seemingly finds and apprehends his greatest enemy. Including dialogue between Joker and other rogues such as Killer Croc, The Penguin and The Riddler, Azzarello brilliantly succeeds in diving into the hideous psyche Joker possesses. Azzarello's script combined with Bermejo's depiction of Gotham City, its inhabitants (including the Batman) and the gritty world that breathes life into Joker's actions showcase both a villain with human emotions and a being with demonizing qualities. An essential read for any fans of this classic rogue, "Joker" shows that "the safest place to hide is in sanity." โœŒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ“š

"The ABC's of The Joker" - J is for "Joker": In this celebration of the Clown Prince of Crime, it is important to include Brian Azzarello an...