Evil Be Thou My Good

John Milton (1608–1674) Paradise Lost (IV, 109-111) So farewell hope, and with hope farewell fear, Farewell remorse; all good to me is lost. Evil, be thou my good.

Earthworm Jim confronts his evil twin. The twin says “everything that you hate I like! You know how orange juice tastes right after you brush your teeth? I LIKE that.” So Earthworm Jim says, “Well, I like to win so you must like to lose!” and then he defeats the evil twin.

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