13 2 / 2013

In which Bottom Shelf Books creates what is possibly the best remix of Shakespeare’s famous soliloquy ever. Click through to enjoy the rest.

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    bruh i had to learn this whole speech it was too much
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    #pidgeon #book #shakespeare
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    Also, this is a children’s book.
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    All I’m seeing here is how the bird isn’t conveying the depth of Hamlet’s despair. I have done too much Shakespeare...
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    Bird Shakespeare