Ich culd hardlie beleve the gud fortun of myne internette serching whan varilee ich hapt upon ye blogge of the most estemed gentilman and scholare Geofrie Chaucer. Nay, the Lord hath not taken hym to bee His owne, nor hath he cesed his laboures in wordes nor in woolle. Verilie the flayme werre between the goode sirre and his erstwile frende and wanker of historick renowne Johannes Gowere (Chaucer doth pwn Gowere) inspireth me to facion smal plastick figgurs in honore of wun personne and jest at the othere.
Geoffrey Chaucer (ca. 1343-1400?):
John Gower (ca. 1330-1408?):
Beholde ye readers the noble countenanse and liverie of Chaucer, the vapidde gaise and poncey attyre of Gowere. O snappe! Yea, myne mann Chaucer hath a posse, and ich am onesuch personne.