TITLE: "Simple Future vs. Present Perfect"FANDOM:
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Crowley, Aziraphale © Gaiman, PratchettNOTES:
1st prize for ~zelu
for the #goodomens
club "20th anniversary contest:
Prompt was "Crowley and Aziraphale at a bible
auction". Boy did I get carried away.
Leviticus 18:22 = homos are evil (so they tell me, but they're idiots). But here's the thing - verses 1-20 are all about "no sexing with so and so", then all of a sudden 21 goes off on a weird tangent like the writer got totally distracted by something, then returns to say "no gay sexing" in verse 22, and then "no animal sexing" in 23... so what if the writer was embarrassed by his own lustful thoughts, both of boys and sheep? Yeah, I'm disgusting, live with it.
The bible verses were copied from real antique publications so I could reference the Middle English wording. Of course verse 22 is entirely my own.
Oh, and the numbers - 7 is "god's number" and 616 is actually the original "number of the beast", according to earliest translations.