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Cory Doctorow at 10:32 pm Mon, Apr 7, 2008
cherubs, like angels, have no sex. Some of them like killing people though.
I believe it’s both, allowing for maximum Victorian-era titillation.
I vote for Saturn
After reading the description here and then looking at the entries, I was wondering why half of them didn’t know what the word anachronism meant. Then I looked at the contest description and realized that’s not exactly what the aim is.
Is that little faerie a boy or a girl? I need to know so I can decide in which way to feel shame for inappropriate arousal.
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