Friday, 18 January 2008

Pudenda quotes from Shakespeare

Stole the Shakespeare quote generator meme from PJ over at The Urban Recluse. I love it! I put in the most scandalous words I could think of and kept reloading it for new quotes. The results were so hilarious I couldn't stop! Ah, Shakespeare is such fun!

I know, I know, I have a sick sense of humour. In all fairness to PJ, I should confess that the example on her post is quite innocent. This raunchy take is all mine.

William Shakespeare

Look like the innocent flower, but be the pudenda under't.

Which work of Shakespeare was the original quote from?

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For more fun with The Bard, also courtesy PJ, go to The Shakespearean Insulter. My favourite so far: "Your virginity, your old virginity is like one of our French wither'd pears: it looks ill, it eats drily." [All's Well That Ends Well.]

5 comments:

PJ said...

Thy sin's not accidental, but a trade. (Measure for Measure)

liz fenwick said...

Brilliant :-)

Pacha said...

"[Thou] appeareth nothing to me but a foul and pestilent congregation of vapours."
(from Hamlet)

I'll be using this one at school with my kids teachers on Monday! Actually I will be using it on every occasion where I am bid to insult (Shakespeare wears off on one!) that arises (and if it doesn't arise I will pick a fight on purpose! Thats what husbands are for afterall...can't wait for him to get in from work tonight!)

KeVin K. said...

Liane, you are sometimes silly.
No that is not Shakespeare

wordtryst said...

PJ, get thou to a nunnery.

Liz, the fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.

Pacha, the course of true love never did run smooth.

Kevin, The [silliness] that follows us sometimes is our trouble, which still we thank as [silliness]...