As if Shakespeare could *be* any funnier! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

โ€œHow does Shakespeare present the ways in which Tybaltโ€™s hatred of the Capulets influences the outcome of the play?โ€

Fucking hell, education is weird, isnโ€™t it?

Iโ€™m so glad Iโ€™m not at school any more.

all those twats there saying how shocked and let down they feel.


Iโ€™ve got more culture in my left testicle than all of them put together.

might wanna see a doctor about that, mate


lovely stuff.

sounds like a good question to me.

what did they ask in your day?



Using Fig A, solve for X:


They asked questions like that.

I just mean: FUCK THAT. It just makes me so glad I donโ€™t have to consider this sort of bullshit any more.

I take it you were a maths nerd?

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Wasnโ€™t really much good at anything.

Exam questions are all just fucking stupid, really. That is just a great example of the sort of question no one wants to have to answer.

if I may be a wanker for a second, I really liked those sort of questions, examining the themes and meta narratives of shit.

Oh well fair enough.

I like stories, I really hate analysing them.

I heard they had to call off the exam because everyone was rolling in the aisles with laughter


thereโ€™s a time and place for sure.

so who is going to post the first shakespeare pun here?

Similar thing happened in my GCSE English exam, a poem was misprinted so it missed the last two stanzas. Spent ages writing about how the poet deliberately left it ambiguous and without resolution, which of course wasnโ€™t actually the case.

So what were everyoneโ€™s GSCE English/Lit texts?

Lord of the Flies, Macbeth and the works of Seamus Heaney for me.

  • Macbeth
  • Romeo & Juliet
  • To Kill A Mockingbird
  • Lord of the Flies
  • An Inspector Calls
  • Jekyll and Hyde
  • Blood Brothers
  • Jane Eyre
  • Pride & Prejudice
  • History Boys
  • Animal Farm
  • Other (State)

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thatโ€™s way more of a balls up though

really miss English, reading was fun back then.