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Tautology

“Tautology is tautology.”
~ Captain Obvious on Tautology

Tautology is the art of tautolising. Specifically, tautolising is to employ tautology in such a manner that will leave others tantalised with your tautolisation. Tautology has a long history of tautographers, many of whom have made history through their tautolising. Dawn C. Nightend was a famous tautographer, and tautologised many great works of literature. Many of these great works of literature have been made into tautoligised works. Dawn C. Nightend made tautology famous in the modern era. Most of her fame derived from the fact that she made tautography famous in the modern era.

History Of Tautology

Tautology started around the time that tautographers invented the art of tautology. The word tautology comes from the greek 'taut', meaning to tautologize, and the Roman-Catholic 'ology', meaning to tautographize. The root word 'taut' comes from the Ancient Phonecian god, known as "God of the Ancient Phonecians," or T. A. U. T., for short. Tautology started with John the Tautographer, a citizen in an early civilization. Some say he got the inspiration for the idea from an incident where he tautologized the first book to ever be tautologized. John the Tautographer went on to be the king's personal tautographer. The legend says that the king had gotten jealous of another king's tautographer, so the king hired John the Tautographer to tautologize the other kingdom out of existance. John the Tautographer either did or did not do so, as this may or may not be possible. Either way, John the Tautographer had created a new field, called insubordination. By disobeying the kings wishes, he had created tautology. However, when he announced his discovery, his name was changed to John the Announcer. More tautographers followed after.The early tautographers practiced a very early form of tautology, as tautoligising was very new. Later tautographers came long after the early tautographers and practiced a much more modern form of tautology.

Modern Tautology

In modern tautology, tautographers tend to practice a form of tautology the has developed recently. Most tautographers are very successful at what they do, and many go on to be corpses. Death is the last undertaking most tautologists undertake, and very few tautologists undertake any more undertakings after death. Tautologists that do carry on tautologising after death are definitely acting out of the norm, as the majority of tautologists choose not to do so. Several celebrities have made a living off of tautology, like Paris Hilton, who is famous for being famous. Hillary Clinton borrowed the idea, and was almost president, for being the almost-president. There are sites on the internet for amateur tautographers, such as this one. There is also a site for professional tautographers, which will be revealed after hard work on the amateur site.


Classes in Tautology

Students in tautology must be able to learn tautolgy. There is a school devoted to only tautology, next to a school for law (the one right next to the tautology school). Students attending the tautology school will learn such topics as tautology, and skills necessary for attending schools such as this one. Receiving a diploma in tautology will give you the highest honor that a diploma in tautology can give you. Many students of tautology go on to be teachers of tautology, and have bad marriages, because teachers of tautology often do have bad marriages.

Tautoligised literature

Tautologised literature is a form of literature that employs tautology to create literature. Most tautologised literature was written by authors three days before their deadline. Famous tautologised literature has been written by famous tautographers, like Dawn C. Nightend, and Karl Marx. These tautoligists are famous for doing tautological works of art, like tautoligising famous literature. There is much famous tautolgised famous literature, such as the thing you are reading right now, and many other famous tautologised works, famous mostly for being written by a famous tautographer. Other famous works of tautology can be found here. Famous.

In conclusion

Tautology is the art of tautolising. Specifically, tautolising is to employ tautology in such a manner that will leave others tantalised with your tautolisation. Tautology has a long history of tautographers, many of whom have made history through their tautolising. Dawn C. Nightend was a famous tautographer, and tautologised many great works of literature. Many of these great works of literature have been made into tautoligised works. Dawn C. Nightend made tautology famous in the modern era. Most of her fame derived from the fact that she made tautography famous in the modern era.

Tautology started around the time that tautographers invented the art of tautology. The word tautology comes from the Greek 'taut', meaning to tautologize, and the Roman-Catholic 'ology', meaning to tautographize. The root word 'taut' comes from the Ancient Phoencian god, known as "God of the Ancient Phoencians," or T. A. U. T., for short. Tautology started with John the Tautographer, a citizen in an early civilization. Some say he got the inspiration for the idea from an incident where he tautologized the first book to ever be tautologized. John the Tautographer went on to be the king's personal tautographer. The legend says that the king had gotten jealous of another king's tautographer, so the king hired John the Tautographer to tautologize the other kingdom out of existance. John the Tautographer either did or did not do so, as this may or may not be possible. Either way, John the Tautographer had created a new field, called insubordination. By disobeying the kings wishes, he had created tautology. However, when he announced his discovery, his name was changed to John the Announcer. More tautographers followed after.The early tautographers practiced a very early form of tautology, as tautoligising was very new. Later tautographers came long after the early tautographers and practiced a much more modern form of tautology.

In modern tautology, tautographers tend to practice a form of tautology the has developed recently. Most tautographers are very successful at what they do, and many go on to be corpses. Death is the last undertaking most tautologists undertake, and very few tautologists undertake any more undertakings after death. Tautologists that do carry on tautologising after death are definitely acting out of the norm, as the majority of tautologists choose not to do so. Several celebrities have made a living off of tautology, like Paris Hilton, who is famous for being famous. Hillary Clinton borrowed the idea, and was almost president, for being the almost-president. There are sites on the internet for amateur tautographers, such as this one. There is also a site for professional tautographers, which will be revealed after hard work on the amateur site.

Students in tautology must be able to learn tautolgy. There is a school devoted to only tautology, next to a school for law (the one right next to the tautology school). Students attending the tautology school will learn such topics as tautology, and skills necessary for attending schools such as this one. Receiving a diploma in tautology will give you the highest honor that a diploma in tautology can give you. Many students of tautology go on to be teachers of tautology, and have bad marriages, because teachers of tautology often do have bad marriages.

Tautologised literature is a form of literature that employs tautology to create literature. Most tautologised literature was written by authors three days before their deadline. Famous tautologised literature has been written by famous tautographers, like Dawn C. Nightend, and Karl Marx. These tautoligists are famous for doing tautological works of art, like tautoligising famous literature. There is much famous tautolgised famous literature, such as the thing you are reading right now, and many other famous tautologised works, famous mostly for being written by a famous tautographer. Other famous works of tautology can be found here. Famous.

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