Brevity is the soul of wit… 1

Al the Lane hath a lightness of touch, methinks. Along with his use of an unerring word when an unerring word is needed, he is the best.
More than this I cannot say
Except to wish him hail fellow, well met, good day! G:)

A Certain Point of View

While checking out Graeme Sandford’s blog, he made me realise that I had done nothing to mark Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary. (Graeme even has a poetry book coming out about it – check it out! https://graemesandford.com/2016/05/14/bardly-writ-the-book/ ) So, to make amends for this oversight, here are some Shakespearean lines that have survived 400-plus years, mangled here for cheap laughs and entertainment. It’s what the Bard himself would have wanted…

#1
Neither a borrower nor a lender be.
In fact, just stay out of my stuff.

#2
What a piece of work is a man!
Well, most of them.

#3
There is nothing good or bad, but thinking makes it so.
Said no one who ever stood in dog mess

#4
Friends, Romans, country men – lend me your ears.
Mine aren’t working too well. Age…

#5
Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under it.
Management 101

#6
Who steals my purse…

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