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always speak in pig-latin

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Always speak in Shakespeare dialogue

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  • 182

    Alyssa

    7 years ago

    Bare with me, for heart in in the coffin, there with Caesar and I must pause 'till it come back to me.

    • 29

      ShadowAssassinQueef

      6 years ago

      wut?

    • 47

      awbond

      6 years ago

      that's Shakespeare dialogue....

    • 16

      auburnstar

      6 years ago

      "Better three hours too soon than a minute too late", especially when replying to Shakespearian dialogue.

    • 10

      cumfartz

      5 years ago

      Shakespeare was da bomb

    • 15

      Amira

      5 years ago

      "Out you damned spot! Out!" Dear me I have fallen within the depths of thy speech of the one who you calleth Shakespeare?

    • 6

      Toni Lucas Gajic

      5 years ago

      The beauty of the sound you make with the lips of the gods is the special thing that is needed to me.

    • 16

      Zack Hunt

      5 years ago

      I also agree, with thee, in a tree, and I have to pee

    • 4

      Micah Philson

      5 years ago

      I can speak like that, but it'd be tiring to invent an iambic sentence every single time. Igpay atinlay ishay ustjay isthay easyhay.

    • 14

      HuntertheNinja7766

      5 years ago

      Oink oink

    • 3

      Utah G

      4 years ago

      Ie ouldwe atherre peakse iglatinpe hante peakse utdatedoe nglishee

    • 2

      irish

      3 years ago

      @Micah Philson you could just speak in blank text like lady Macbeth towards the end

    • 2

      zackattack53

      3 years ago

      to all the haters. thou wilst get thine ass kicked.

    • 5

      Eliaxe

      3 years ago

      would just drive up tin my sports car to another sports car dressed like a pimp, and then say "Where art thou weed"

    • 1

      Jbear50

      3 years ago

      Iway alwaysway antedway otay eakspay inway igpay-atinlay oreverfay

    • 3

      dude101thecooles

      3 years ago

      I'd be my English teacher's pet

    • 0

      KMH690

      2 years ago

      Both

    • 0

      Jpodmoney2

      2 years ago

      OUT, OUT! BRIEF CANDLE!

    • 0

      linkguy3305

      2 years ago

      igpa atinla ereha ia omeca!

    • 0

      Zac

      2 years ago

      If I talk like it, then I'll probably write like it too...then I'll go down in history as another great author!

    • 0

      thunderlight2004

      2 years ago

      I on't-day derstand-unday at-way you ust-jay aid-say.

    • 0

      iblvicnfly

      2 years ago

      Itlay Itlay Atinlay!

    • 0

      Faraaz Zia

      1 year ago

      Thats Marc Antony, not Shakespeare

    • 0

      Olivia

      1 year ago

      "I loveth of the questioneth"

    • 0

      hellotherjoe36

      1 year ago

      i shall cometh to the party

    • 0

      Heroboy99

      1 year ago

      i rather let them know what i'm speaking than this Jargon from Thunderlight

    • 1

      DatGirl

      1 year ago

      To speak Shakespeare dialogue or to speak pig latin, that is the question.

    • 0

      IloveNaS

      1 year ago

      HAHAHSAHSAHSAHSHASHHSAHSAHSAHSAHAS

    • 0

      chi

      1 year ago

      Thee wish to be thy shakespearian? Thee wilst beest priased by thee peers!! ON WE WEND!!!

  • 40

    mosin9130

    6 years ago

    Shakespeare, bitches love Shakespeare.

  • 30

    Nick B.

    6 years ago

    Not everyone knows Pig Latin. Shakespeare is more commonplace, plus it sounds awesome and classy.

  • 20

    xereeto

    7 years ago

    Eakspayingway inway Igpay Atainlay isway unfay. Uckfay ouyay everyoneway elseway.

    • 13

      Yoru

      6 years ago

      You fail

    • 4

      xereeto

      6 years ago

      @Oruyay, uckfay ouyay. Oyay ailfay.

    • 8

      Eric Reinecke

      6 years ago

      tl;dr

    • 41

      Hugh Dignan

      6 years ago

      SHAKESPEARE MOTHERFUCKER! DOTH THOU SPEAK IT?!

    • 2

      Haider

      6 years ago

      What does that mean???

    • 6

      xereeto

      6 years ago

      It means "Speaking in Pig Latin is fun. Fuck you everyone else."

    • 6

      hey519

      6 years ago

      I don't think you know how to speak pig latin...

    • 5

      Dominic

      6 years ago

      iay amay ervay oodgay atay eakinspay igpay atinlay! oneway ofay ethay esbay iay owknay! iay amay ervy asfay! :P however, i doth understand that few of mine companions speaketh pig latin. thus making it simpler to comunicate whilst speaking shakespearian!

    • 6

      Thomas Charalambous

      6 years ago

      YOU HAVE HINDERED ME HALF A MILLION LAUGHED AT MY LOSSES MOCKED MY GAINS SCORNED MY NATION THWARTED MY BARGAINS COOLED MY FRIENDS HEATED MY ENEMIES

    • 0

      snoopy1556

      6 years ago

      I-a ma-a luentf-a ni-a igp-a atinl-a... Os-a asye-a oicech-a orf-a em-a

    • 0

      Matthew

      3 years ago

      weakspaying win pig latain wis fun. fuck you weveryone welse. The correct way to say it is peaking-say ig-pay atin-Lay is-ay un-fay. uck-fay ou-yay everyone-ay else-ay

    • 0

      404Error143

      2 years ago

      I don't think you know how to speak Pig Latin.

    • 0

      XBlazeX

      2 years ago

      That was very rude

  • 14

    De3ertf0x

    6 years ago

    If I profane with my unworthiest hand... that would be swag

  • 10

    Ryan

    6 years ago

    I would walk around in clothes from that time period and convince people I had been teleported through time.

  • 9

    Jordan Carruthers

    6 years ago

    Shakespeare can be sexy to some individuals ;)

  • 8

    Zakk

    6 years ago

    To eat this bag of doritos or not eat this bag of doritos is the question.

    • 0

      DatGirl

      1 year ago

      To wonder why your commenting on this comment or not to wonder why your commenting on this comment, that is the question.

  • 7

    Viperxiii

    7 years ago

    why is it with ceasar?

    • 16

      Alyssa

      7 years ago

      Obviously you have never read "Julius Caesar" by Shakespeare,

  • 6

    Sophia Lingley

    5 years ago

    Oh bless thy estranged hearts, i am long familiar with the language of old

  • 6

    Patrick

    6 years ago

    WHERE THE DEVILS SHIT BEITH MINE SLIPPERS!

  • 5

    LordTetris

    6 years ago

    Doth thou mother know you weareth her drapes?!

  • 5

    ultranewt

    6 years ago

    like a sir

  • 5

    MarshManOriginal

    6 years ago

    I could make sex jokes that would go over everyone's heads.

  • 4

    Miss Paint

    5 years ago

    Shakespearean pig-latin. omeoRay, omeoRay. ereWhay orfay artyay outhay omeoRay?

  • 4

    Chuck Norris

    6 years ago

    Thou needith to take thy shit very soon, see thy company later.

  • 4

    Kelly Wong

    6 years ago

    Forsooth, I doth speaketh this way already. Okay that was a fail.

  • 3

    georgieloveschocs

    5 years ago

    "Though art son and heir of a mongrel bitch!" I love Shakespeare.

  • 3

    Your-Boss-12

    5 years ago

    I would love to talk In Shakespeare dialogue!

  • 3

    Mikaela

    6 years ago

    Shakespear...Reading Romeo & Juliet for English would be easy and I'd sound all fancy :3

  • 3

    Grickel

    6 years ago

    ENGLISH

  • 0

    MyCotingaBird

    5 days ago

    People would laugh if I were to speak in Pig-Latin. If I were to speak in Shakespearean dialogue, I would be seen as intellectual.

  • 2

    Ruby Rose

    3 years ago

    At least I could still speak English... Kinda

  • 2

    Midnight940

    5 years ago

    Shakespeare is badass. Pig Latin is so annoying.

  • 2

    wowmom98

    5 years ago

    It is sort of easy to understand pig latin

  • 2

    kimkongblast

    5 years ago

    Latin is a dead language. Not many people know it. Not even real Latin, but pig Latin

  • 2

    Tom Swift

    6 years ago

    ia lreadya peaksa ina iglatinpa luentlyfa

  • 2

    Kayla Katmus Gross

    6 years ago

    Doth mother know you weareth her drapes?

  • 2

    SaintMagnus

    6 years ago

    Thou shalt not maketh fun of Shakespeare!

    • 0

      DatGirl

      1 year ago

      Doth thou not liketh Shakespeare? Pig Latin beeth a hard language. Thou shalt try Shakespearian some timeth!

  • 2

    that one girl

    6 years ago

    I wonder how well a job interview would go speaking in either one of these ways... Lol

  • 0

    Dan Yan

    3 weeks ago

    Ia Alreadya Oda Atthea Anywaya. Owha Abouta A'llya

  • 0

    luka

    1 month ago

    wherefore thou choose otherwise?

  • 1

    Jack

    2 years ago

    I-way ould-way ather-ray peak-say in-way ig-pay atin-lay.

  • 1

    Cameron Johnson

    3 years ago

    Id seem like a fucking genius.

  • 1

    KingDoubleYou

    3 years ago

    Fuckth thou police traveling straight out thou underground

  • 1

    ragonoid

    3 years ago

    well duh

  • 1

    Niabearxo

    3 years ago

    Whats in a name? Thats what we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet

  • 1

    stupid_questions

    5 years ago

    Whyith, this questions art thou easy, Shakespeare languageith is amazingth. Hahaha

  • 1

    crawlingchaos

    5 years ago

    O, that this too too solid flesh would melt Thaw and resolve itself into a dew! Or that the Everlasting had not fix’d His canon ‘gainst self-slaughter! O God! God! How weary, stale, flat and unprofitable, Seem to me all the uses of this world! Fie on’t! ah fie! ’tis an unweeded garden, That grows to seed; things rank and gross in nature Possess it merely. That it should come to this!

  • 1

    Madge

    5 years ago

    Great expectations would be an easier read

  • 1

    Zoe Johnson

    5 years ago

    DOTH YOU BITE YOUR THUMB AT ME, SIR?!?

  • 1

    Crimson

    5 years ago

    I spoke to that bitch in Shakespearean. Bitches love Shakespearean.

  • 1

    Austin2050

    6 years ago

    A horse! A horse! My comment for a horse!

  • 1

    Wolf Fang

    6 years ago

    Iway eakspay igpay atinlay

  • 1

    Steven Rogers

    6 years ago

    17% of people don't have class

  • 1

    Meedoc

    6 years ago

    No doubt about it... at all. I'd sound classy over stupid anytime.

  • 1

    buddy settle

    6 years ago

    withholding this honest and absolute dialogue the expedience of others to perpend thou as cunning

    • 0

      buddy settle

      6 years ago

      Translation: Talking in this dialogue people would assume I sound smart very quickly.

    • 0

      buddy settle

      6 years ago

      Translation: Talking in this dialogue people would assume I sound smart very quickly.

  • 1

    Julie Grace Pereira

    6 years ago

    Iambic pentameter is awesome.

  • 1

    kuraz08

    6 years ago

    Shakespeare dialogue is badass as fuck. WHY ART THOUGH BEING A BELLEND You just insulted someone, they don't even know

  • 1

    Lord English

    6 years ago

    By my troth! 'Tis no contest, for should thou chooseth the ignoble latin of swine, thou wouldst sound as a buffoon, whereas if thou makest the choice of grand Shakespearian vernacular, thou wouldst be considered odd by thy peers, yet also a badass motherfucker.

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