|CHAPTER 81 Meanwhile, the Brits were also very busy inventing the English language, which wasn't easy to do,
2 Because the Brit race had become such a stew of various peoples, including aFrench-speaking peoples, bAnglo-Saxon speaking peoples, and various cCeltic peoples who spoke in languages nobody has ever understood.
3 The extreme difficulty of making one language out of all this made it an obviously worthwhile pursuit,
4 Which is why the Brits had dChaucer,
5 And then eSpenser,
6 And then fShakespeare,
7 And then gMilton,
8 Who sorted it all out for them over a period of a few centuries.
9 As soon as the Brits had their own language, they immediately forgot how to speak, or even pronounce, anybody helse's,
10 Which is terribly important if you want to be the iChosen Nation and rule the world,
12 Which they most definitely did.
CHAPTER 91 In fact, the Brits had pretty well decided that they should rule the world even before the Renaissance,
2 jWhich is when everybody else got the idea,
3 kBecause they had already figured out that practically everybody else had a nicer climate to live in,
||4 Which wasn't fair,
5 And nobody has ever cared more about fairness than the Brits,
6 Although they have a slightly different definition of fairness than anybody else does,
7 Namely, that fairness consists of recognizing that Brits have good and sufficient reasons for doing what they do,
8 lAlthough it's never fair to ask what they are.
CHAPTER 101 And thus, when the mRenaissance arrived, the Brits were ready.
2 With typical British independence, they participated in only those Renaissance sports that appealed to them.
3 For example, they did not take an active part in the npainting of naked ladies,
4 oBecause it's always too pcold in Britain for ladies to take their clothes off,
5 And even if they do, it's too dark to see them because it's usually raining.
6 Besides, looking at naked ladies is far too straightforward an approach to sex to be of interest to Brits, qwho prefer to do absolutely everything with their clothes on.
7 On the other hand, the Brits did take an interest in helping to invent science,
8 Because science is hard and confusing,
9 Which is why rFrancis Bacon invented the sscientific method,
10 tIn a few spare moments when he wasn't writing Shakespeare's plays.