Footnotes

February 7, 2011 § 3 Comments

These are quiet creatures, often found in obscure places. They are shy and need encouragement to socialize. They are prone to obsessive-compulsive disorders. They enjoy the company of other footnotes but their society is hierarchical and has strict ideologies embedded in roles of status and seniority.  They are more comfortable following rather than leading and prefer to be in groups. They are all scared of heights and live low to the ground. This fear is reflected in their architecture.  They look like very small gentleman, circa late nineteenth century England.

 

1. An explanatory or documenting note  or comment at the bottom of a page, referring to a specific part of the text on the page.

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