Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Shakespeare's Sister

William Shakespeare

All the world's a Blobby
And all the men and women merely players.

Which work of Shakespeare was the original quote from?

Get your own quotes: <

Again, this is a URL I toyed as having as my Site of the Month, but decided if I did, then I couldn't really use the Smiths (g-d, isn't the web address for them great?!!) song for the post title (as those are always headed by: Site of the Month. DUH). What drives me to do such things is a complete mystery.

The reality is, it is not that good of a site. I never went past the first try for this quote and let's face it - it fits. All the world is a Blobby....or at least about Blobby.......or at the very least should be!

Unlike Will, I don't think there is any confusion as to if I write my own work! Sad for him. Sad for me. Sad for you.

song by: The Smiths


rebecca said...

I shall despair. There is no creature loves me; And if I die no Rebecca will pity me.

Anonymous said...

HEY - how did Bill know I gained 2.27 kilograms whilst on holiday?

Banish plump Morty, and banish all the world.