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Saturday, 8 May 2010

We wanted to give our la teacher a good LoL, so we completely BS'd an overview of shakespear's act 2 of Julius Caesar.

Anyone who legitimately knows the play will get a kick out of it.

Mark Antony murders his father, Julius Caesar, by accidentally poisoning his salad. Meanwhile, his best friend Cassius is plotting revenge on his arch rival Brutus, for stealing his two beloved wives...Calphurnia and the cobbler. But soon Brutus is warned by the Caesar's ghost that he must beware the Feast of Lupercal, and sure enough he is stabbed to death there by Portia, because of her jealousy that he chose the cobbler over her.

Then, during the Ides of March, Cassius appears to Antony in a dream and tells him that to avenge his father's death, he must slay the Soothsayer in order to marry Portia so that they then can start a conspiracy against the cobbler. With the help of Flavius and Marullus.

Mwahahahaha!

End Act II

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