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History 101: Surprise: Part 2 by laureng2 History 101: Surprise: Part 2 by laureng2
Poor Casanova...he just can't win XD

:ohnoes: :ohnoes: :ohnoes:

Featuring: Giacomo Casanova, St. Joan of Arc, and Oscar Wilde! :3

Part 1: [link]
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iou1882 Featured By Owner 1 hour ago
Joan of Arc is officially my favorite is warrior tomboy saint! Always s have...
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ninjacat23 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2011
pfft, saint or no saint, she would've kicked his ass anyway. she just didn't feel like it. XD :iconjeannedarcplz:
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SeikaNara Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2009
man, if i were dear St. Joan, i would have kicked his ass, Saint or not.
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DarkLadyOSonnets Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2009
SO lovely and cute! I love the idea od the three of the interacting!
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RelativelyStraight Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2009   Writer
Oh, Casanova. And I love Oscar's little moment. :D
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sandyleaf Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2009
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Eclectic-Interests Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2009
poor casanova indeed. *hugs casanova*
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laureng2 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2009
Casanova: *loves being hugged* ^^ :hug:
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laureng2 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2009
Here's something that might amuse you:

"...Louis XV. was very polite, particularly with ladies, even with his mistresses, when in public. Whoever failed in respect towards them
in the slightest manner was sure of disgrace, and no king ever possessed to a greater extent the grand royal virtue which is called dissimulation. He kept a secret faithfully, and he was delighted
when he knew that no one but himself possessed it. The Chevalier d'Eon is a proof of this, for the king alone knew and had always known that the chevalier was a woman, and all the long discussions which the false chevalier had with the office for foreign affairs was a comedy which the king allowed to go on, only because it
amused him."

Thing is, D'eon was a man. So our great Casanova was very wrong lol
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