Listening To Marvin All Night Long.
Excellent!Ole Willy invented over 1500 words and crammed a working vocabulary of over 35ooo words up in 'iz 'ead.(apparently this was about 7 times the average in his day and twice that of our modern high school graduate)....to which I would saySO!Sure beats the Keep On Truckin' guy and the mandatory psychodelic silk screened portraits of Hendrix/Ziggy/Zep/Zappa that I displayed on my T-Shirts back in the 70s.
That Graham sounds so cool - I bet he could shake his spear.
HE - You were much cooler than Graham. And more so than me with my Yes and Dire Straits t-shirts.Kaz - I reckon Graham found his Ophelia eventually. Like in about 1985.My favourite bit of Hamlet:-"Ophelia! Ophelia! Isn't it about time I had Ophelia?"....Please yourselves.
I was always more of a Marlowe fan myself.
Marlowe may have guaranteed you a roll in the hay, but of a different stripe.
A Marlowe badge may draw more admiring glances than old Shakey.
That's MY FZ t-shirt, dammit.*rips it off Homely Escapee*
MJ was cooler than me, too.I was a useless excuse for a teenager.
I didn't care about cool then and I don't care about it now.I would have given you the FZ shirt off my back.
I would have killed to hold onto my Yes one.
I had a James t-shirt.One of those ones with a big 'Ja' on the front, an 'm' on the sleeve, and the 'es' on the back.I wish i was a little bit older sometimes..
None of us were born at the right time. I was too young for punk and disco.I could've looked like Sid Vicous or the Bee Gees.
I disliked Shakespeare while at school. A few years later, I picked up my sister's Shakespeare text (forget which one) and loved it. There's also the "Reduced Shakespeare Company" who amalgamate all his plays into one production, complete with audience participation. Great fun!And he was on Dr Who at the weekend!