Author: Jan Scholten
A servant on a farm, a peasant lad, strong, simple in nature, working day in day out of hard labor, long days. He does his job without thinking about it, without perceiving he is used, without understanding of this situation. He is used, exploited for the work. He just stays on, just keeps going on, easy, survive, work. It is like Swabian or Hütekinder, mountain farmers from Vorarlberg, Tyrol, Switzerland and Liechtenstein were so called, from the beginning of modern times until the early 20th century due to the poverty of their families every spring in the Alps through the Alps to the "children's markets" mainly moved to Upper Swabia, Baden and Bavaria, to be there mostly as seasonal workers to be taught to farmers.
Plagio = plagiarism? Thief of intellectual property.
Mouth: taste sharp, like mustard oil.