Fill Ins & Shakespearean Insults

We have a FUN FILLED FRIDAY!

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FIRST — We are pawticipating in Friday Fill-ins!

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Click the button to go to Four Legged Fur Balls to see all the other fill in links. And you can go see the co-hosts – 15 and Meowing!
We are letting Mom do the Fill-ins… this week …

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2. October is perfect for cooking! Not so cold you can’t leave the windows open and the kitchen does not get hot.

3. Where I live fall is rainy.

4. I feel very happy this time of year.

On to Shakespeare!

Mom was reading a book that had some funny Shakespeare quotes and puns and we thought Shakespeare would be a great inspiration…

He was a REALLY Funny Guy! Ninja and I have been working on our insults!

The best insults provide a quick jab to the ego

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Ninja thought he would channel Shakespeare by wearing an Elizabethan collar… This is what I thought…

When the lights are on…but Nobody is home

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And how Ninja felt about my insult…

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Closing with Me — laughing…

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Present mirth hath present laughter. What’s to come is still unsure.

We are also pawticipating in Comedy Plus’ Feline Fridays

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AND The Pet Parade!

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20 thoughts on “Fill Ins & Shakespearean Insults

  1. You are very good at Shakespeare and much funnier! MOL! We are both happy this time of year. ☺ Thank you for joining the Pet Parade.

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  2. That’s a cool font, Marv! And you and Ninja are so funny with those Shakespearean quips (I was a literature major in college, so I LOVED this).

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  3. Love your fill-ins and that font is way cool! Also love the Shakespearean humor – he did love a good “jab” didn’t he? There’s a hilarious British comedy on PBS here about Shakespeare and his family – Mom giggles her way through it when it’s on! Love the photos you guys – that’s about the only kind of Elizabethan collar I would tolerate…..a SOFT one!

    Hugs, Teddy

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  4. Thank you for participating in the fill-ins, great answers. That is a cool looking font. I like to cook this time of year too. Great jokes! 🙂 Have a nice weekend! XO

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  5. The thing that really gets me is that many of the words we use today actually meant the opposite all those years ago. I can’t read Shakespeare without copious footnotes – which makes the whole thing more of a chore instead of entertainment..

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  6. MOL! We’ve never had so much fun reading Shakespeare. And, thank you for joining in on the Friendly Fill-Ins! Once the temperatures around here finally drop below 90°F, we’ll follow your lead and start baking away in the kitchen. Purrs!

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