what the answer is? If the answer is '42' then what is the Question? Confused? So Am I!
That was funny. Nice find. I remember how back in school my classmates hated reading Shakespeare thinking how hard it was to read that old English. But it really was fun once you started reading it in character and it became easier to understand.Of course, if these versions had been around, I'm sure the boys would have paid much more attention then as well. LOL
Lovely! Cheered my morning no end!
Ha ha! Loved that. I suggested Midsummer Night's Wet Dream and Roam-all-over Juliet.Thought King Leer was the funniest.:)
I always thought Shakespeare was pretty pornographic anyway - Hamlet in particular.Puss
Thanks for comments - glad you all popped over for a look. ;-)
Thanks for the link! Glad you got a laugh out of it.
They've not seen Rich Hard the Third? Love Labourer's Post? Or Tits and Ron Icus?
So Clever Dick... did it take you long to think of those ...It's good to see you out and about.
Speechless - you're crackers LT...
Clever Dick! Lol!!! Lady thinker, you crack me up!Talking of William Shaking his spear, apparently the RSC's Twelth Night is dead kinky. Not just girls dressing as guys, but guys dressing as girls dressing as guys!Hamlet? Poof! Get thee to Stratford, Puss.
I know merryw - but we try not to talk about it in polite society.Toby - still loitering I see. Glad that I 'crack you up' - is that some kind of expression re drug use?
"polite society" - is this a new development since you were knighted?Thanks for the gardening tips, you're a star BS! x
No, No Merryw - the lady isn't a'Title' it is just to point out that I'm not a 'male' thinker. It is a small 'l' for lady ... Have I been acting a bit too grand then?
No! I was just teasing - You're great...
That's ok - can take some teasing - just be sure to drop a HEAVY hint if you think I need it. x
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