july daily

  • Phone: *beep beep boop*
  • England: *picks up* Hello?
  • France: Bonjour, Angleterre! Do you have any plans for today?
  • England: What.
  • France: Spending any time with anyone today~?
  • England: Why are you calling.
  • France: Because it's the Fourth of July.
  • France: And I'd rather not get a drunk call from you in...
  • France: ...
  • France: Five hours from now.
  • England: If you're insinuating that I always drink myself silly every year because of America's godforsaken birthday you'll be sorely disappointed--
  • France: I have wine.
  • England:
  • England:
  • England: I can be there at five.
Mysterious Whatsits

Reading Times, Pennsylvania, August 3, 1939

The Evening Sun, Hanover, Pennsylvania, August 3, 1939

The Bakersfield Californian, California, July 6, 1940

The Mercury, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, August 31, 1946

The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland, July 26, 1948

Daily Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, August 16, 1948

Daily Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, June 1, 1954

Mexico Ledger, Missouri, December 10, 1954

The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, Missouri, December 10, 1954

Moberly Monitor-Index, Missouri, December 10, 1954

Santa Cruz Sentinel, California, December 6, 1955

You must learn to let go of me
as I have learned to let go
of those who were not meant for me.
—  Frankie Ryott, deardeceiver. ~including you~