#1
Like the Big Lebowski?

Like the collected works of Shakespeare?

what if you could combine those interests? well then you might have This little gem of literature


just to note i've only read up to the end of act one, but i was quite amused at the reworking of the language, not a single f bomb, which kinda takes away from the charm of the movie though
#3
tl;dr much?

I'll just wait for a couple of folks to quote some good passages.
And what is more, there's been a bloody purple nose and some bloody purple clothes that were messing up the lobby floor. It's just apartment house rules so all you 'partment fools remember : one man's ceiling is another man's floor.
#7
I gotta say; this stuff is golden!


QUINCE
Hail, masters! I crave thine able readiness
To be dealt with roughly, as the Sodomites.
For men of sport have noted that our play
In semifinal hour draws on apace.
By Jove! I’ll wager well, Liam and me,
To thrash thee soundly at the fair tourney.

THE KNAVE
Yea, well, that be, forsooth, thy opinion, sir.

QUINCE
Well; but be forewarn’d. It reach’d mine ears
That combustible Walter, o’ercome with rage
Did shed good sense, and raise his sword in play.
I fear not such jade’s tricks, an seeing ill,
Would snatch the burden from the jealous knight
And pierce his gizzard with the wrongful steel,
Points up, as said of Coriolanus.

THE KNAVE
Zounds!

QUINCE
Thou speakest rightly, sir. No man misdeals with Joshua Quince, by Jesu.

[Exeunt QUINCE and O’BRIEN]

WALTER
Nay, fear him not, nor his unworthy joys.
Recall the tragic tale of the pageboys.
#8
Maybe it's cause I have no idea what the big lebowski is, that makes me no undestand the funny-ness.
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Maybe the price tag is clouding your judgment ?
yeah probably. Or the circuits.