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Commentary on "Kome who Khan"

It is clear from this brief but pungent piece that Mr. Klyve feels that in order to conform with the spirit of its patron, the Byron society should do more in the debauchery line. No doubt, for example, Gregory would be able to find more imaginative uses for tea and crumpets than those alluded to in the poem. This I feel is unreasonable, as our members have done some pretty shocking things in their time, for example:

Golly gosh, with whipped cream on top! The wickedness of these Byronists makes me flamin’ blood run cold! Event ‘X’ is also referred to in The Rime of the Ancient Sheep Molester (JHG).