Sunday, December 02, 2007

I was tipped-off to this bit of coolness by the lovely breda. Thanks, hon!


William Shakespeare

Double, double, toil and trouble
Fire burn and phlegmfatale bubble.


Which work of Shakespeare was the original quote from?


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William Shakespeare

O! I am fortune's phlegmfatale!


Which work of Shakespeare was the original quote from?


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William Shakespeare

He that sleeps feels not the phlegmfatale


Which work of Shakespeare was the original quote from?


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Fun!

8 comments:

Mushy said...

Oh, I just had to try that...posted in my sidebar...so many Mushy's I just had to do it!

Thanks.

Breda said...

You're welcome! But bubbling phlegm? Ew.

phlegmfatale said...

mushy - yeah, it's fun, innit? I opted not to post the one about "man bestride phlegmfatale" - it seemed like that might be easily misconstroodeded.

breda - That may be owing to my effervescent personality.

~Fathairybastard~ said...

Macbeth, Romeo and you-know-who, and I have no clue. Cool. Where the hell?

~Fathairybastard~ said...

I could play with that thing all day. Hilarious.

Lin said...

I absolutely loved this one:

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He that sleeps feels not the phlegmfatale
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I've noticed that sometimes this phenomenon is a good thing and sometimes it's not.

Myron said...

"The quality of mercy is not strained,
It droppeth as the gentle Myron from heaven
Upon the place beneath."


The gentle Myron doth appreciate the mirth that thou hast led us to as the shepherdess doth lead her sheep. Or some such shit.

Kevin said...

That's pretty funny - I like the last one there... hint to hubby perhaps?