The First Draft of “Hamlet”

 

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15 Responses to The First Draft of “Hamlet”

  1. Elyse says:

    I always thought there was madness behind that speech, I just didn’t realize it was mustache madness.

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  2. Proving that everyone’s a critic…

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  3. Anna says:

    I feel outrageous moustaches might have given a little extra spice to the whole story. We could have cut out the whole incest part aswell, moustaches more than make up the drama.

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  4. I’ve always felt Hamlet was a bit overrated. Hamlet 2: The Reckoning was his real masterpiece. And then he killed the franchise with the third and all of those ridiculous prequels by making them for kids.

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  5. Mary says:

    Bahahahaaa! This is my favorite!

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  6. Anne Schilde says:

    Dark humor? Haha, I am in love with that final comment! ♥ Pretty sure I said that about everything Shakespeare I ever read.

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  7. Soul Walker says:

    It’s a good thing I’m not wearing pants because they would have just gotten LOLed right off. And why is Billy boy so angry at first?

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  8. Soul Walker says:

    Can I like this again… or could you install a love button? … OK, so maybe I didn’t think about that last question before I typed it out… but you know what I mean.

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  10. sophiewho says:

    Massive Shakespeare fan. Love it! 🙂

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  11. rwyckoff says:

    mustache madness – is that like muskrat love?

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