An Appreciation
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Happy Anniversary, pt. II…

Today marks the 433rd anniversary of the marriage of one said William Shakespeare…

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… who in this picture is played by the actor Joseph Fiennes…

 

 

Joseph-Fiennes

 

 

 

 

… you, know, the guy who played Shakespeare playing the actor playing the dramatist portrayed above… playing the… you know… the… um…

 

 
Now I’m all confused!

Anyhoo… I say, the anniversary of one of those guys above, to one said Anne Hathaway…

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… who in this picture is played by the actress named for her… apparently…

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… namely, this one…

 

 

 

Excuse me, but could someone please inform me as to whether the phrase “hubba hubba” is in fact one word, two words, or perhaps a hyphenated mutant word, coined to describe those rare forms of life such as the above-shown afore-said name-sake actress pictured immediately above this text…

I look into those eyes, and something goes all squiggly inside, and I really can’t think about spelling for a while… or grammar, or anything else.

I would imagine that, if you’re being honest with yourself, you’re affected by certain people in much the same way as I am.

So…
Apparently, one of the four people above got married to one of the other remaining personages, also shown above, on this date, a really long time ago.

Work it out for yourself.

I’m a bit distracted right now…

 

Images found hereherehere, here and here, respectively…

 

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4 Comments

  1. Liesl says

    Congratulations to Will and Anne.
    We know they existed, but did Will actually write the plays and the sonnets that melt the inner core and turn the hardest of hearts into jelly?
    As for Shakespeares, I prefer the actor, Rhys Ifan, playing the Earl of Oxford, who may (or may not) have been the actual author of said plays by one William Shakespeare. And Rafe Spall is a wonderfully smarmy Shakespeare in “Anonymous”.

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    • Well, yes, I think Will did write everything. To say he didn’t is to pooh-pooh the abilities and God-given talent of those who are not as ‘connected’ as other, wealthier people might be. Many things Shakespeare wrote are things anyone might have said. He just said it first. And that tends to tick-off those who wished they’d said it first, all to heck and back. We might as well say that Bach never wrote what he did, or anyone we haven’t the proper documentation on, merely because they were supremely talented/productive/socially unconscious enough to have done what no one else could.

      That’s just a theory, though…
      I could be wrong…

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