There, in the city between two rivers, lived a curly-haired nymph, and she was called Felicity. And verily, it was the season of extreme heat, and verily, she was alone and despaired, for her love was far away from her. Finally, her love returned to her, and he was the Holy One, who was called Ben, verily, and there was much rejoicing.
Upon the Holy One's return to the city between two rivers, the nymph showered him with kisses of worship, and proposed that they cohabitate. The Holy One agreed, being of a perfect and agreeable nature, and the nymph rejoiced and proclaimed her bliss, verily.
But the curly-haired nymph dreamed, verily, of romance and bliss (and sex, although, verily, the nymph admitted that no sex had thus been had, for the aforementioned reasons: bugs and rats and gorgeous girls) and decided that all would be grand, verily.
After a miniscule amount of thought, the nymph and the Holy One realized that there were things much more important than silly quibbles about icky, unwanted, unholy creatures, and that those things were their adoration and appreciation of one another. And so, the Holy One resolved to make their environment welcoming and lovely. Meanwhile, the nymph resolved to let go of her idealized notions of romantic cohabitation and to give up the hell-hole residence.
(Also, verily, the evil bloated one (reduced size and lack of capitalization intentional) who was called noel disappeared and the universe rejoiced. Other things happpened in this span of time, but none of them matter. Amen. Again.)
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