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Funny But True Memes (33 pics)

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№1 Author: OldOllie (21 Nov 2018 10:29) Total user comments: 2060


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#2 The first English version of Arabian Nights was published ~300 years ago, so I'm pretty sure the copyright as expired.
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№2 Author: Stonewater (24 Nov 2018 12:32) Total user comments: 231


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Quote: OldOllie
#2 The first English version of Arabian Nights was published ~300 years ago, so I'm pretty sure the copyright as expired.

Came down to say the same. It's a Sufi parable about greed and selfishness and likely existed for centuries before they started reciting it.
In Arabic, al Ladin means 'the Fool' and is a recurring character in their stories.
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