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"He's, like, 'To be or not to be,' and I'm, like, 'Get a life.' "
"This happy breed of men, this little world, this blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this east end of Long Island!"
"Alas poor yoghurt - I knew it well..."
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''... or not to be'!'
"To Ello, or not to Ello, that is the...wait, what the hell is this thing anyway?"
'T.B. or not T.B.?'
The Shakespeares Dine Out.
Shakespeare considers alternatives to iambic pentameter
The Prostate Monologues
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Introspection (To woof or not to woof...)
"Ears! I said, 'Lend me your EARS!'"
"You think being born to greatness is easy?"
'Tabby or not tabby, that is the question.'
'To be, or not to be? I'm, like, WHATEVER ...'
'My hand's acting up.'
Hamlet's Evolution Soliloquy
"Hmm....2B or not 2B....?"
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"Alas, poor Yorkie! I knew him well."
Lady Macbeth's Dog...
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"OK what's it to be, or not to be?"
"Uh huh. Uh huh Wait. Is that 'to be or not to be' statement on or off the record?"