For more Shakespeare, try The Play’s The Thing or Summer’s Day.
For more worms, see Early Bird or Fun With Reproduction.
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Do Macbeth! Do Macbeth!
Or, considering the subject matter, maybe “As You Like It”:
“Men have died from time
to time, and worms have eaten them, but not for love” (4.1.81-92)
Alas, poor chicken, I knew him well. =P (Shouldn’t they be dutch chickens or something?)
Thanks, now I’m all depressed.
I recognize those lines; they’re from CHICKlet, not HAMlet.
Wow – is that a bad pun or what?
The resemblance between your chicken and Mel Gibson (My favored Hamlet) is astounding.
Do you take requests? Must admit, I’m amused by the notice of a poulty summation of “Merchant of Venice.” Perhaps call the purported villain “Shycluck”?
I love your cartoons, Doug!