Monday, August 27, 2007

Things you didn't know about Hamlet


"In Hamlet, death is as common as the mail or stupid people in the world.... Hamlet looks at death as the place where all people wind up. The most likely the phrase that might go through Hamlet's mind is probably, 'FEED THE WORMS!'"


"When [Ophelia] was drowning she was calling for help but noone heard her. She die the way his dad did because he called for help but noone heard him. Today innocent's kids been dieing in pool accidents because they call for help but noone helps them."


"however the king was kill with a poisen sward and stave him into the throat with the source. then accedenthly they change source and hamlet stab laertes and he die hamlet decline the drink and the Queen drinked and she died."


"During the death of hamlet's father, it was hard to hamlet to asumit the new life of his mother 'The Queen', He didn't want to recognize the ratation between his mother the 'queen' and the 'King.' The man that his mother married was his father's brothers."


"The most tragic moment in this story is when Hamlet killed his best friend Polonius by mistake."

7 comments:

  1. Man I just wanna scoop them up and give them a goddamn hug. They've got a long road ahead of them...

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  2. Fetal positions, everyone!

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  3. Heh, let them know that:
    1) If these had been written in Shakespeare's time, the spelling would be correct, though not the syntax.
    2) This is not shakespeare's time.
    :-D

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  4. If only. I'm afraid that this would puzzle Shakespeare as well.

    Also I should mention these are seniors in high school.

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  5. Also I should mention these are seniors in high school.

    Oh. My. God.

    I want my mommy.

    I thankfully skipped out on the second half of my senior year. Summer school classes ever year prior and an online English course in 11th grade (at a time when they weren't sure what to do with online courses, but accepted the credit anyway) made that happen.

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  6. Madre mia.

    I was educated in the LA Unified School District, and when I graduated I could spell and write halfway coherent sentences. It didn't have the greatest reputation back then. Things have gone way downhill.

    Reading the samples you post on here really makes me cringe. So sad.

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