Be sure to give your well-deserving mothers and teachers a lot of love this weekend and try not to laugh too hard at these 'classic' tweets!
You know it’s all in good jest, Birthday Boy! But really though, go back to the bar and take some (more) pointers from Marlow…
Lord George Byron was born January 22, 1788, in London, England, and died April 19, 1824, in Missolonghi, Greece. He is known as one of the best British Romantic poets and satirists of all time, penning works such as Hours of Idleness (1807), Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (1812-1818), The Giaour (1813), The Bride of Abydos (1813), Lara (1814), The Corsair (1814), Don Juan (1818, but unfinished), and more. Even though he is known as a Romantic poet, he actually wrote a lot in reference to his own experiences, (even if they were a little promiscuous and full of heartbreak, affairs, and seduction), and was dubbed a freethinking “bad boy.”
Published in two parts in 1605 and 1615, the story follows Alonso Quixano, a Spanish nobleman who has read so many chivalric romances that he loses his mind
You know the guy. His own work was probably incomprehensible, but he insisted you just didn't get it.