11 thoughts on “Vernal Fever

    1. “vernal” means “related to spring.” like infernal vernal hay fever. yes, i cannot fathom a college boy dressed to the nines like that these days.

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  1. How could the yearbook editors not see the similarity to that other V disease? Different times, I guess. He’s dapper for sure. But could surely start a forest fire if that pipe falls in his sleep and the ashes ignite. Where’s Smokey when you need him?

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