Monday, January 17, 2011


Mr. Mason,
I feel compelled to write this brilliant essay but I just have nothing to say. I can beat around the bush for as long as this essay needs to be, but I can't seem to get straight to the point. I don't understand how to recognize puns, metaphors, similies, or juxtapositioning in Shakespeare's convoluted language. I'm trying all my provided resources for assistance but I just seem to be stuck. Perhaps I'm just overthinking it because I want to impress you yet again...or maybe I just don't like Shakespeare. I apologize, I didn't mean to come off as rude.

I wrote this note to my teacher and I'm really scared to hear what he has to say about it. I hope he isn't offened.


  1. i used to be like that, until i went and saw Macbeth at the Globe.

    what are you reading? :)

  2. That's awesome

    Hamlet. It's a good story but writing an essay on it is tough

  3. Shakespeare's puns are so tiresome.

    In response to your comment on The Nerd Archives, I appreciated the Mary and Max reference!!!