#1
Ok so for school I have to search Shakespere, the Bible or some other classic literature for 2 phrases or ideas (they have to be from the writings) that could be used as a good book/poem title.

anyone help?
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#2
The date is out of such proxility
We'll have no cupid hoodwinked with a scarf
Bearing a tartar's painted bow of lath,
Scaring the ladies like a crow keeper.
Nor no without book prologue faintly spoke,
After the prompter, for our entrance.

That has some pretty cool phrases... I actually had to memorise every line in the act that's from, for my English speaking task.
#4
Bearing a tartar's painted bow of lath,
Scaring the ladies like a crow keeper.

where are those from?

and thanks about the sig lol
"Would you tell Picasso to sell his guitars?" - Jack Black

Quote by Lt. Shinysides

my dick is generally better than yours, and is more pleasing to look at and hold.
your dick understands and accepts this, and is willing to just move on.
#5
Quote by Johansensan
Bearing a tartar's painted bow of lath,
Scaring the ladies like a crow keeper.

where are those from?

and thanks about the sig lol

From a scene in Romeo and Juliet.
#6
Quote by lotsofvolume
From a scene in Romeo and Juliet.


wait a sec.... INDEED THEY ARE! i see the scene in my head right now! haha now i know that i actually learned something in english!
"Would you tell Picasso to sell his guitars?" - Jack Black

Quote by Lt. Shinysides

my dick is generally better than yours, and is more pleasing to look at and hold.
your dick understands and accepts this, and is willing to just move on.