feetandballs t1_j68nm7b wrote

I’m on keppra which helps, but the rage side effect they warn about is so real. My partial complex seizures would be in the mornings right when I woke up. I felt an indescribable feeling that overwhelmed my senses and made me curl up and squeeze my eyes shut. I’m impressed you could give a presentation! Glad you’re doing better now.


feetandballs t1_j2e4qxr wrote

So what if it was in every state but not Washington D.C.? It’s hardly national if it’s not in the nation’s capital. But that’s also not included in “all states.”

E: spelling


feetandballs t1_j1oek16 wrote

Oh alright - list it, then. List the fairy tales she wrote that everyone is so familiar with.

Or you could accept that your reply to my (upvoted) comment that answered the natural next question about this person was a little self-centered. I wasn’t talking to YOU. I was speaking to the commenters in general.

And the redditor learned a very valuable lesson that day: Not all comments on their post are directed at them.


feetandballs t1_j1odao2 wrote

You’ve made no attempt to understand what others are explaining to you (that French fairy tales aren’t unknown to Americans - but the ones she wrote are), so I’m making fun of you instead of making more futile attempts. Does that clear things up or do you need another fairy tale?


feetandballs t1_j1oa0em wrote

That has been well established lol. That doesn’t mean Americans/redditors could never possibly hear of her works. No fairy tale is American. Do I need to write a fairy tale about it for you to understand the point? I can put a moral in it.