Female TAC Student Can’t Believe You’ve Never Read Kristin Lavransdatter

August 21, 2019 by  
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Expressing her disbelief that you’ve never read Kristin Lavransdatter, local Thomas Aquinas College student Amanda Jones has announced that she demands that you read the books now, sources have reported.

“You have got to be kidding me,” Jones said for the third consecutive time before entering adoration. “How have you never read the series? Were you raised by pagans? Seriously, this series has everything. Think of Jane Austen, then baptize her. That’s Sigrid Undset, the author. She’s totally an author for women. Not sure why she hasn’t been canonized yet. She’s totally a saint. I pray to her every night. Two months ago I prayed to her for a husband and just days later I swear I saw a guy who totally looked like what I imagine Erlend Nikulaussøn from the estate of Husaby in Trondelag looks like. Haven’t seen him since, but I’m sure God will show him to me again. All in God’s time, right? Who knows, my mysterious beloved might this very moment be in the process of being excommunicated by the Church for openly cohabitating with his own Eline, thus leading him to me.”

At press time, Thomas Aquinas College officials have announced that no high school applicant is to be allowed entrance into the school without first having read the entire series at least ten time, and loving it as much as Lavrans loves his wife Ragnfrid, who suffers from depression after the loss of three infant sons and the crippling of her younger daughter Ulvhild.