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Chop off your head with a plate

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In an eccentric town, Jasper believed he could behead people with flying plates. One day, he threw a plate at Gertrude, but it missed, leaving her unharmed. The town found his attempts amusing and gathered to watch. Although he never succeeded, Jasper's peculiar hobby brought laughter and unity to the town, turning it into a unique community. In the end, it was not the beheading that mattered, but the joy he brought to his fellow townsfolk with his unconventional dream.


(Homage to Ivor Cutler)


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