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"My name is Ozymandias, king of kings: Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"
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"How do I love thee….? Let me count the ways…" "I'm going to want a recount."
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"I believe doctors write too many prescriptions, Mr. Martin. I'm writing you a sonnet."
"Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?"
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"Shall I contrast thee to a summer's day?"
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'Compare me to a summer's day? In this country?!' (Shakespeare unwittingly insults a lady while reciting a sonnet)
"Have you ever thought of putting them on in the park?"
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A Birthday Gift from Shakespeare
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'Just tell him two quarts of milk and a pint of cream, Will- it doesn't have to be a sonnet.'
"I saw the wariness in your eyes when you learned that I was plucked from academia to run this company, so I thought I'd allay your concerns by writing this sonnet."
'If I inspired this love peom, how come it's written on the back of a Hooters' napkin?'
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"Ahh...the beauty of feeling chickens It's an ode. It's a sonnet. It's, it's..." "Sheer poultry in motion."
'You are charged with plagiarizing a seventeenth-century sonnet. Won't you academics ever learn?'
'Oh, come on, Bill, surely you can do better than 'there was an old lady from Nantucket!''
'Oi! are you looking at my Bard?'
Good cop, Bard Cop.
The Best English Teacher in the World.
You made me love you.
Shall I compare thee to a Summer's day?
Olden Day Battle of the Bands (Bard vs Sonnet).
Love birds: 'How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.'
Shakespeare loved a grammar joke
"More sonnets and tragedies? You know the big money is in children's books, right Shakespeare?"