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Funny story: William Shakespeare questions patriotism

William Shakespeare questions patriotism

William Shakespeare famed writer and former father of poor Yorick said in an interview with Sally Piggs that his dismissal from his former life has put into question the true definition of patriotism. Alas, poor Shakespeare! We knew him, Horatio:...
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Funny story: Julius Caesar's "Shaespeare"

Julius Caesar's "Shaespeare"

The stage ride from Verona to Venice was slow, dusty, bumpy and tiring, especially for the young, attractive and very pregnant U. of Verona co-ed, Sophia. Her attempts to sleep were frustrated by the ham actor who boarded the stage at some obscure stop and proceeded to regale, he thought, his fellow passengers with soliloquies from epic plays. For nearly sixty minutes, non-stop, he blustered up an...
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Funny story: Stop answering my butt-dials, idiots!

Stop answering my butt-dials, idiots!

In a text message to everyone on his contact list, Ruben DeMarco of New Milford New Jersey has a strong message that captures and explains his frustration. "So, I'm at the movies with Kate and my cell phone buzzes" Ruben explained "who the he...
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Funny story: John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to perform Shakespeare's Julius Caesar with Senator McCain as Brutus

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to perform Shakespeare's Julius Caesar with Senator McCain as Brutus

Additional to this central role going to Mr. McCain, the part of Cassius will be undertaken by Senator Graham, according to breaking news. Caesar himself will be performed by Alex Baldwin, renowned for his satirical reprise of Mr. Trump on Saturda...
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Funny story: 'Now is the summer of our discontent..' - Shakespeare to be Brexited

'Now is the summer of our discontent..' - Shakespeare to be Brexited

No, not Richard III but Boris I had chosen these words to express the fortunes of Britons in these dark days. While Boris Johnson could be seen sporting an open-breasted tunic and full-pleated skirt, with scruffy hair hanging out from under a blac...
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Funny story: Trump does Shakespeare

Trump does Shakespeare

Quince: Is all our company here? Trump: We don't need anyone else: I can play all the roles. Quince: You are set down for Pyramus. Trump: I'll play him, and Thisby, too. And the wall, and the lion. Quince: You can play no part but Pyramus . . . Trump: You watch - I'll be great. They'll love me, even in Iowa. Quince: But . . . Trump: Not only will I be great as Pyra...
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Funny story: Shakespeare's Last Letter

Shakespeare's Last Letter

THE FOLLOWING LETTER, LATELY DISCOVERED, WAS WRITTEN BY SHAKESPEARE TO HIS MISTRESS JULIET HADHERWAY. Dear Juliet, It is never easy to part, such sweet sorrow, but I shall remember you fondly. To your father Shylock I tender my regards. Our nuptial vows were a tabernacle of veneration to me that I never strayed far from but when I learnt that you had an affair in Italy...
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Funny story: New Shakespeare Maths For Schools

New Shakespeare Maths For Schools

The Government is introducing a new programme for schools, starting this week. A mix up somewhere in the Ministry of Education has led to the ideas for Maths and Literature being confused. Former Minister of Education, Michael Guv, explained that...
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Funny story: Shakespeare In The Park Troupe Opts To Show Slides Rather Than Perform Plays

Shakespeare In The Park Troupe Opts To Show Slides Rather Than Perform Plays

Our local Shakespeare in the Park troupe, "Shakespeare Alive!" has chosen to alter its 2015-16 season and present slide shows of professional performances of Shakespeare's plays rather than perform the plays themselves live in the Oak Park Pavilion.
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Funny story: Shakespeare Celebrates His 450th Birthday in Retirement in Greece

Shakespeare Celebrates His 450th Birthday in Retirement in Greece

April 24, 2014 -- Our roving reporter of The Globe Times was fortunate to catch up with the world's most famous playwright William Shakespeare, familiarly known as the "Bard of Avon" from the river that graces his birthplace, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwi...
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Funny story: Younger Generation Faces Bard Education

Younger Generation Faces Bard Education

The work of William Shakespeare - president of the old, dead, white guys club - has long been held in high regard, by snobs and blowhards alike, school children across the nation, encouraged by parents and forced by teachers to read the great man's g...
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Funny story: The Lizzy Awards

The Lizzy Awards

Why nobody in Stratford knew that Shakespeare wrote plays in London.....because this never happened Scene: Albert Hall, 1600 Announcer: And now for the award we have all be waiting for...the best play of 1599....The nominess are: Ben Jonson for "Everyman in his Humor"; Thomas Dekker for "Shoeman's Holiday"; John Webster for "The White Devil"; Thomas Middleton for "The Changeling"; and Wi...
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Funny story: Obscure Professor Solves Shakespeare Authorship Puzzle

Obscure Professor Solves Shakespeare Authorship Puzzle

Most scholars agree that Shakespeare can no longer be regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. It's Jodi Picoult. Nevertheless, many people esteem Shakespeare highly enough to believe he was someone else, most notably the 17th Ear...
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Funny story: Hamlet Reframed

Hamlet Reframed

"2b or 1b? That is the question." - A drunk Hamlet, forgetting which apartment the after hour party is at. "To Agree or not to agree? That is the question." - Always a question Hamlet ponders during heated political debates. "To Bee or not to bee? That is the question." - A young hamlet, contemplating whether or not he will participate in a spelling contest. "To Bee or not to bee? That is...
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Funny story: Being "blonde" may be catching

Being "blonde" may be catching

GAY PARIS, France - According to a recent scientific study, being "blonde" may be catching. The dumb blonde stereotype, it turns out, may be true, not only of blondes themselves, but also of others who come within 500 feet of them. To paraphrase Shak...
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Funny story: Shakespeare Behind Bars - The Untold Story

Shakespeare Behind Bars - The Untold Story

True historical information- A historical research group in Wales has unearthed evidence that one William Shakespeare, father of famous theatrical plays known throughout the world, was also a business cheat. Records have been found that show the author being dragged before a court for hoarding grain during a time of famine. Even more ironically, it occurred at the same time as the presentation of...
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Funny story: Why Bigfoot Hides; The Name Game

Why Bigfoot Hides; The Name Game

Is he shy? Too busy to engage with others? Fearful of capture? The surprising answer is: None of the above. Bigfoot has been in touch with a Spoof reporter, explaining for the first time why he is in hiding. It started with a simple te...
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Funny story: Shakespeare's Co-Writer Was Spoof Hack Danton, Say Top Experts

Shakespeare's Co-Writer Was Spoof Hack Danton, Say Top Experts

News that Shakespeare had a collaborator when he penned the comedy All's Well That Ends Well has astounded the literary establishment. But a row has broken out over who the co-writer might have been. Literature boffins at Oxford University reck...
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