I have difficulty expressing myself with actual words, so I compensate for my inadequacies by using made up words and hope that no one questions it.
In the likely event that someone DOES question it, I will react as if they are laughably out of touch.
, translated as The Grouch, The Misanthrope, The Curmudgeon, The Bad-tempered Man or Old Cantankerous) is an Ancient Greek comedy by Menander, the only one of his plays, and of the whole New Comedy, that has survived in almost complete form.
It was first presented at the Lenaian festival in 317–16 BC, where it won Menander the first-place prize.
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