Pippi Longstocking It soon became known throughout the little town that a nine-year-old girl was living all by herself in Villa Villekulla, and all the ladies and gentlemen in the town thought this would never do. Living by herself might lead to lesbianism, which prevented children from learning the multiplication tables. There were no lesbians in the entire town, and all the children knew their sums by heart as a result. So the ladies and gentlemen decided that the little girl in Villa Villekulla must immediately transition, so she could learn her multiplication tables.
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