Based on a real story reported by Reddit user GreenLanternALF.
“The Book of Woo” hasn’t been deciphered yet. But our reader Satsuoni posted a comment about his important discovery on Friday, 2 August 2013 at 21:37:
By looking at the distribution of character pairs I have discovered that the alphabet can be cleanly separated into two parts, with “u” and “e” serving as separators (incidentally, they look like on and off switch) between two sets. Sets seem identical in function. For example, “z” in one subset is equivalent to “w” in other. The distribution of separators doesn’t suggest that they are spaces of any kind, so I replaced the equivalent letters, and created a “reduced” manuscript, now with only 15 letters (I ignore “&” for now). It also has a curious separation of pairs (for example, only 6 symbols may end the word).
There are several comments with interesting information based on this discovery on the bottom of the second comment page.
The winners of the Sandra and Woo and Gaia fanart contest 2013 have been posted.
- Larisa: Psst, Zoey…
- Mrs. Taylor: Passing notes in class again, are we, Larisa?
- Mrs. Taylor: Let’s see what was so important that it couldn’t wait for another 15 minutes.
- Mrs. Taylor: “Dear human being, I’m a space alien who has transformed himself into a piece of paper and I’m now having sex with your hand.”
- Class: HA HA HA HA!
- Larisa: Mrs. Taylor has kinky space sex in front of the whole class and I get in trouble for it!?