Will Shakespeare Uses Twitter

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Will Shakespeare Uses Twitter

Only BettyConfidential.com brings you the tweets of the Bard…

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It’s my birthday, biotches! @me: “With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.” LOL! about 2 hours ago from web


Just saw @GwenPaltrow (aka Viola) at Whole Foods. Yikes! Fair maiden doth Goop too much.about

2 hours ago from web


@Ashton and @CNN – I challenge BOTH thee twittering fools to a twit-off. Iambic pentameter. Bring it.

2 hours ago from web


Random thought: @ZacEfron wouldst make one sweet ass Juliet. What thinks you???

about 2 hours ago from web


Damn. Out of characters before I could finish sonnet. Oh well – probably would have turned out crap.

about 2 hours ago from web


Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, and summer’

about 2 hours ago from web


Et tu, @Oprah?

about 2 hours ago from web


New idea 4 play. “Two Twitterers of Verona.”

about 3 hours ago from web


New idea for str8 to video porn. “Midsummer Night’s Twitter.”

about 3 hours ago from web


Must find role for LiLo & SamRo.

about 3 hours ago from web


RT @LiLohan: OMG WOMAN! CAWLLLL MEEEE! Rofl. Rofl.

about 3 hours ago from web


If Adam Lambert doesn’t win Idol, I shall unleash a can of murder most foul on somebody.

about 3 hours ago from web


To twit or not to twit. That is the question.

about 3 hours ago from web

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0 thoughts on “Will Shakespeare Uses Twitter

  1. april says:

    LOL love this! Ah, Shakespeare — what would he think of today’s modes of communication? One of our most eloquent and beautiful artists of the English language.

  2. jensyen says:

    Will, thou hast long been gone,
    The world, thine widow; weeping,
    But thine issues live on
    In verse,thee words; ever-keeping!

  3. lotsowritin25 says:

    willy s was one of a kind – z100 today was kind of dissing “talk like shakespeare day” – we should have lectures and better ourselves on days like these, not try to be quirky and silly and funny … willy s’s probably rolling over in his grave!

  4. Carolyn88 says:

    Hahaha! This is brill, I love the one about Gwyneth — “fair maiden doth Goop too much” :P

  5. SNOOKY61 says:

    oLD wILLY STILL knows how to illuminate with the magic of the written word. One never gets bored with his mighty British witt!

  6. LISHY says:

    Hilarious! Someone is capitalizing on Willy’s name and keeping his estate alive! Although, something tells me he was a polite chap!

  7. Fern says:

    jensyen — that verse is gorgeous!

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