Shakespeare quotes updated for the Rio Olympics

Ever wonder what Shakespeare would have said about this years Olympics? I have the answer.

 

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To bees or not two bees, that is the question… The answer is no, those are two Zika carrying misquotes!

  

Alas, poor Yorick, I knew him so well… Unless he was doping, in that case I never met the guy.

  

Better three hours too soon than a minute late… Unless you show up at the wrong event.

 

The lady doth protest too much, methinks, there be steroids in the air!

  

Something is rotten in the state of Denmark… Luckily we’re in Rio.

  

ll that glisters is not gold, there are silver medals too.

  

Now is the winter of our discontent in Rio, though these are the Summer games, geography is odd that way.

  

Tempt not a desperate man, lest a whole country gets banned for doping.

  

A man can die but once, but he can miss out on a gold medal many times.

    

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 I hope you enjoyed these updated quotes. Thanks for reading!

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11 thoughts on “Shakespeare quotes updated for the Rio Olympics

    1. I just looked at your blog, great stuff, I’m definitely going to keep visiting it.
      You’re welcome to use the ideas and suggestions from any of my posts, I would appreciate being credited for anything you reprint verbatim from my posts.
      Let me know when if you do and I’ll link to it in one of my posts.
      As for collaborating on a blog post, it’s something I hadn’t really thought about before, I might be interested in doing one at some point, I’m a bit busy right now, but I’m willing to think about it.
      Thanks for reading my blog!

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