Scholars around the world had been studying for decades the strange, moving images they found strewn around what was left of the World Wide Web. Unsure of what the incomprehensible glyphs meant, they were sure that they held the key to understanding the people who populated the Internet of that time.

It wasn't until one brilliant linguist, Dr Susanof Flicklebiers, cracked the code, and started extracting meaning from what she called "Hierogifs" that the world could really understand what people were saying to each other when the world was dominated by online communication.

It was less than complimentary.

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