I always thought this was a great line! Talk about wit! .. It is often attributed to Shakespeare but doesn't appear in any of his plays. It has been speculated that it is a paraphrase from "Much Ado About Nothing" - Act 1, Scene 1. Lines: 56-63

I always thought this was a great line! Talk about wit! .. It is often attributed to Shakespeare but doesn't appear in any of his plays. It has been speculated that it is a paraphrase from "Much Ado About Nothing" - Act 1, Scene 1. Lines: 56-63

Free Halloween printables.  This whole website of "Freaking Crafts" is actually awesome and A LOT of adorable free printables!

Free Halloween printables. This whole website of "Freaking Crafts" is actually awesome and A LOT of adorable free printables!

Theatre is life. A magical experience. I LOVE this! :O❤❤ (comedy/tragedy)                                                                                                                                                     More

Theatre is life. A magical experience. I LOVE this! :O❤❤ (comedy/tragedy) More

Miss doing Shakepeare...I'd love to do Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing...getting a little older now and outgrowing the ingenue parts.

Beatrice Quote t'Shir Women's Dark T-Shirt

Miss doing Shakepeare...I'd love to do Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing...getting a little older now and outgrowing the ingenue parts.

William Shakespeare Hamlet Quote T Shirt DOUBT thou the stars are fire...BUT never doubt I love GREAT gift for theater student or teacher. $19.95, via Etsy.

William Shakespeare Hamlet Quote T Shirt DOUBT thou the stars are fire...BUT never doubt I love GREAT gift for theater student or teacher. $19.95, via Etsy.

THUMB_300W_28_JPEG_MACL.JPG 300×450 pixels    This quote is from Lady Macbeth when she tells Macbeth in no uncertain terms that she does not care about what he has to say.

THUMB_300W_28_JPEG_MACL.JPG 300×450 pixels This quote is from Lady Macbeth when she tells Macbeth in no uncertain terms that she does not care about what he has to say.

Also: what Shakespeare probably intended the moral of the story to be is "you should listen to your parents." No, really.  During this time period, that makes more sense. (As told by my History 240 prof.). Think about it.

Also: what Shakespeare probably intended the moral of the story to be is "you should listen to your parents." No, really. During this time period, that makes more sense. (As told by my History 240 prof.). Think about it.

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