A belated happy birthday to Willy Shakespeare!
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A day late but it was finally here, Shakespeare served!! ha ha, so that’ll explain all that pain and suffer in Macbeth, thx a lot chicken, ha ha, well Doug thanks for another savage week, until next monday.
I prefer the group hug version:)
Is this one of those time-traveling chickens again? He’s going to mess up the whole continuum.
Or, since he’s so large, perhaps he’s native to mutant-octopus-Shakespeare’s reality??
the flash and outbreak of a fiery mind,
a savageness in unreclaimed blood.
I’m going to have to agree with Gabi, I like the group hug version!
So what were his suggestions for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”? And I don’t want to think about what his involvement may have been in “Merry Wives of Windsor”!
It’s really a group hug with knives and poison.
Maybe some day we’ll find the long lost group hug ending to “Hamlet”. That will change everything!
I love Shakespeare’s angry look–“Stop editing my work, chicken!”
Yes, I agree. So..Good night sweet chicken …and may Curry, cream, apples, and brandy …sing thee to thy rest.
I would have to go along with Gabi and Dave, I up for a “Group Hug”!
My favorite thing about this is that you have the ability to draw Shakespeare with the exact same expression as many of your chickens. You do have talent! 🙂 And of course, I will agree with several others and say that a group hug would be a much better ending…
Shakespeare wouldn’t be Shakespeare if his work was all about the group hug…his tragedies are his best known works. I think the chicken is brilliant – immortalized the playwright.