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Many great thinkers have transposed themselves onto the Byronic hero both as an archetypal platform for their frustrated over inflated egos and a reason to reject perceived authorities. Highbrow teenage rebellion is best understood as personifying the Byronic hero. In most, if not all real life and fictional Byronic heroes are far from being teenagers and should have grown out of it in their late teens and early twenties.

It is a common misnomer to confuse the Byronic hero with the Anti-Hero mode, the difference is that while the anti-hero has some genuine moment of altering his path, the Byronic hero is too preoccupied with power and sex to grasp this and so remains static and shallow. The man who gave us the 'Byronic' hero was the writer-poet-poser Lord George Byron. A celebrated English wit of the Romantic era and a man who could talk any woman (or man if it was winter) out of their clothes and into his bed within five minutes. (Full article...)

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September 27: Being Fooled by Nigerian Scammers Day

  • 1822: Jean-François Champollion announces that he has deciphered the Rosetta stone. It begins, "Dear sir, I am the cousin of the former finance minister of Nigeria, Ngubo Mbobobo..."
  • 1882: Oscar Wilde is notified that he has been selected to receive £24.9 million from persecuted Nigerian businessman Mr. Mboto Nzuzuwawe! All he has to do is telegraph his checking account number!
  • 1942: Adolf Hitler gets scammed out of all of Nazi Germany's tank anti-freeze budget by a Nigerian claiming to need a small sum of money to export his emu stock and giant vast fortunes.
  • 2005: George W. Bush announces a 10,000,000 USD injection into the US economy, after receiving an email from "Dr. David Ngumutumutu" who has all this money from some American guy's Nigerian bank account, who died in a plane crash with the rest of his family.
  • 2010: You go onto Uncyclopedia.org and check what anniversary it is after you paid a Nigerian $500 because he claimed to know the secret of life and that it was on this website.


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