• Kerb
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    5 days ago

    What sayest thou?
    parchment casket loaden scrolle?!?

  • @iAvicenna
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    205 days ago

    next day: I invented something called a subscription!

    • Norgur
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      115 days ago

      The day after that: your letter e has worn down, replace it immediately.

      • @iAvicenna
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        105 days ago

        or we will remotely lock your printing press (with a pad lock)

        • @Etterra
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          105 days ago

          Letter e replacements are available as part of a letter subscription package. The basic package has z, q, j, x, and k for only costs £25 per month. If you want to include e, you’ll have to upgrade to the deluxe premium pack which has every letter, for only £79 per month.*

          *Punctuation not included. English alphabet only, terms and conditions apply. May not be used for commercial, blasphemous, or heretical purposes.

    • @erp
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      15 days ago

      The manuscript clearly states this - I don’t understand such confusion in this thread.

  • @son_named_bort
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    95 days ago

    But I only wanted to print in black and white.

    • @omega_x3
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      75 days ago

      Fuck you, the printer demon demands more magenta.

      • IninewCrow
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        25 days ago

        Damn it Marty! … I told you we should have used that two for one ink special last spring! … now we’re going to have to delay the reformation until the 1600s!

  • @Etterra
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    85 days ago

    See that just goes to show how far we’ve come technologically. Now it tells you that you’re out of yellow because of the hidden marks it prints on every page without telling you.

  • @Squorlple
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    35 days ago

    Magenta didn’t exist in 1440