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Re: Weevil-isms

Postby pieces o'nine » Wed Jul 04, 2012 9:05 pm

^ Yarrrgh, ye be roight, Bart.
Much loike Geophilus Chaucer, wot wrote Thee Maggot's Tale. Who could forget thee himmortal loines:
"Therof," quod Absolon, "be as be may.
I shal wel telle it thee to-morwe day" -
And caughte the kultour by the colde stele,
Ful softe out at the dore he gan to stele,
And wente unto the carpenteris wal.
He cogheth first, and knorketh therwithal
Upon the wyndowe, right as he dide er.
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Re: Weevil-isms

Postby The Black Spot » Thu Jul 05, 2012 5:37 am

Arrrr... I hast to agree that Weevilliam Shakespeare were a master o' the craft. Remember the balcony scene when Juliet hollers "Romeo, Romeo! Weevil art thou Romeo!"

Well, Romeo took this as a dire insult from 'is beloved. No wonder 'ee dun 'imself in.

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Re: Weevil-isms

Postby DaveL » Thu Jul 05, 2012 6:44 am


Tis a fine tale indeed Spot. Oi be quite partial to his master piece 'A Mid Summer Nights Infestation'.
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