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Harry Pothead series?

Harry Pothead series? Topic: writing the doctoral dissertation
July 19, 2019 / By Claramay
Question: According to Wikipedia/Uncyclopedia Harry Pothead was borne by Shakespeare, and Oscar Wilde discovered his notes. Tolkien found his notes and wrote it. Link: http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Harry_Pothead "The Harry Pothead was conceived by William Shakespeare when he was writing MacBeth. He envisioned it as a light dramady that would chronicle a young schoolboy's quest for drugs. However, Queen Amadalla Episode III showed no interest in the project and Shakespeare modified it into what we now call MacBeth (actually if you say "MacBeth, you will die when the ghosts of all dead people rape you simultaneosly, so I wouldn't advise this). The beginnings of the Harry Pothead Series remained untouched until the late 1800's when Oscar Wilde discovered Shakespeare's notes. Wilde took the story and modified it to make the young schoolboy homosexual. Many renowned critics argue if Wilde did this to vicariously experience the schoolboy's close (uncomfortably close) relationships with his attractive Potions teacher. Wilde was himself, homosexual. Until the 20th century, Harry Pothead remained simply a collection of notes and dimebags. This was until the now famous Caimbridge student, J.R.R. Tolkien discovered the notes of Shakespeare and Wilde while completing his dissertation on "British Homosexual Authors and Their Sexuality's Effect on Their Work." Seeing potetial in this story, Tolkien stopped his doctoral research and further developed it. It was at this point the schoolboy became known as Harry Pothead. Tolkien claims the name came from witnessing an extremely stoned Prince Harry, who was dressed as a Nazi at the time." Is this true? There are some mentions of it online. I'd like to read it.
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Basemath Basemath | 8 days ago
It's UNCYLOPEDIA, smarty. It's the OPPOSITE of Wikipedia. It's not real. Lmao, Harry Pothead, and of course you would think it's real.
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