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William Shakespeare's Top Ten Pet Peeves
(submitted by Phoenix00017)
Dreaming in iambic pentameter
(Janitor Bob, The Turnip, Who Else?, Dan)
People who complain that there are not enough chariot chases in his plays
People are always getting him mixed up with William Shatner
His editor's refusal to accept a few 'knock knock' jokes in Hamlet's monologue to ease the tension
People constantly asking if Hamlet was Piglet's father
Someday a man would rhyme "cat" and "hat" and make more money than his plays ever did
Ben Johnson helped him write one term paper, and he's never heard the end of it.
Writing was only a hobby; he'd prefer to be famous for his line of distinctive corduroy eveningwear.
Queen Elizabeth kept asking him to do a musical about cats.
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