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    Art thou a vermin?

    Come hither, thee: ere my patience doth thin.

    Thou saucy villain.

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    The new Shakespearean of our time?

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    omg wikipedia did not compute!

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    @Sherri

    I'm writing some notes for a Shakespeare essay due in a couple of days. I do write a bit like him, actually: I like to make neologisms and make my work self-conscious of itself, though I suppose that's where the similarities end!

    Hm, I think you'd have to consult the Elizabethan version of wikipedia. That would probably be a dictionary?

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    dictionary.......? does not compute.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dictionary


    oh, there we go

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherri

    Apparently, Wikipedia isn't always completely accurate.

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