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on May 6th 2001, 01:33:47, Donnie Pi wrote the following about


In Middle English, »sweet« did not refer to the way something tasted, it refered to how wonderful something was. It was a superlative. Today when surfer dudes see a righteous car and they say »sweet«, I wonder if they know that is the very definition of Old School English?

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