In 1996, the magnificent Sir Patrick Stewart appeared on an episode of Sesame Street, where he entertained and educated kids and adults alike. Press play and enjoy as our favorite starship captain and X-Men mentor recites a Shakespearean soliloquy inspired by the second letter of the English alphabet.
So you’ve got an enemy you want to put in their place? A simple 4-letter word or middle finger just won’t do the trick. Charley Chartwell’s has you covered with this reference chart packed with the Bard’s whip-smart witticisms, ready to address all of your insult needs.
We’ve all read our share of Shakespeare in school, but the combination of old English and William’s flowery prose sometimes makes it difficult to comprehend exactly what he was talking about. Our favorite YouTube puppets do their best to sort Romeo & Juliet out for us.