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Celebrating the First Month |MEMEnto MERRY

By January 17, 2016 No Comments

January is upon us and that means that it is the first moth of a new year. This week’s MEMEnto Merry is all about firsts: first lines of the plays, first loves, first laughs and many others. So with out further ado let’s look at some of the firsts in Shakespeare’s plays.

The Firsts of Shakespeare:

The First Lines of Shakespeare’s Plays:

Ryan Gosling Shakespeare for MEMEnto Merry

Used for MEMEnto Merry for The Shakespeare Standard. Found on memegenerator.com

 

Meeting your Love for the First Time:

Meeting for the first time for MEMEnto Merry

Used for MEMEnto Merry for The Shakespeare Standard. Found on memegenerator.com

 

The First Question of Twelfth Night for MEMEnto Merry

Used for MEMEnto Merry for The Shakespeare Standard. Found on memecrunch.com

The First Question You Ask When Watching Twelfth Night:

 

The First Actual Death in Julius Caesar and Their Last Words:

Caesar Death for MEMEnto Merry

Used for MEMEnto Merry for The Shakespeare Standard. Found on memegenerator.com

 

Lucentio First Try at Wooing Katherine Went Something Like This:

Taming of the Shrew-First Meeting for MEMEnto Merry

Used for MEMEnto Merry for The Shakespeare Standard. Found on pinterest.com

 

Hope you all enjoyed these firsts of Shakespeare. Next time we will be exploring another topic in meme form. So if anyone has suggestion please let know. I look forward to seeing everyone’s suggestions. ┬áSee you all next week! I hope you all enjoy next week’s theme for MEMEnto Merry.

Author Steven

Steven has been with The Shakespeare Standard since its inception in 2009. He has had an interest in Shakespeare since acting in A Midsummer Night's Dream in college. You can reach him directly at faustmarlowe23@gmail.com. He currently works as an editor for Foolery with the column of MEMEnto Merry.

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