Random Peacock Quote

“A Wise Man Seeks True Knowledge, and a Man of Good Understanding Searches Out the Truths concerning all Important Subjects; but, an Ignorant Fool only Studies his own Face in the Mirror, looking for the Beauty of it, as if he made it; or, as if his Mother Created it, for which he Imagines that he should be very Proud of it, instead of only being Thankful to God for it: beCause he could have been Born in that very Ugly Body over there in the Land of Idiots, where they Smoke Weeds, and Eat with Dogs and Hogs.”&

— Ray Walter Swangkee

Justifications for Spelling and Grammar within Swangkee Literature!

As you read Swangkee Literature, you will no doubt Notice that some Words are Spelled "Incorrectly," according to Traditional Spelling Methods, which might get you Confused without this Booklet to Explain it. Likewise, some of the Grammar might also Appear to be Strange; but, it is not without a Good Reason, which you will most likely come to Appreciate, even as I have. 

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Poor Old Colijah with 2 Happy Children

Poor Old Colijah with 2 Happy Children
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"O my Son, if an S makes a Word PLURAL, then WHY do you not say 'Sheeps,' instead of 'Sheep,' when you are Referring to more than one Sheep? After all, Consistency in your Rules is a Sign of having a Sound Mind."

"O my Spiritual Daughter, if you are Offended by Consistencies in your Rules, just beCause it goes Against your Vain Traditions, how will you Accept the Perfect Language of Adam and Eve, which is Totally Consistent, having one Definition for each Word, so as to Eliminate Confusion?"

      — Proverbs of the Peacock