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Random Ream of Shakespeare Memes | MEMEnto Merry

By August 12, 2015 No Comments

Hello everyone, and welcome to the another edition of MEMEnto Merry. One word defines this week’s topic and that is Random.  Shakespeare, in a sense, is all about an orderly world that slowly becomes chaotic. Then it becomes ordered yet again through all the seemingly random choices made throughout his plays. So, I though we would explore that randomness with Shakespeare  memes. It is a Random Ream of  Memes about Shakespere.

So without further ado, here is this week’s MEMEnto Merry.

Shakespeare around the Web

William the Wordsmith:

Shakespeare The Word Smith

Fond originally at Imagur Found by Steven Van Overbeke for TheMEMEnto Merry

Shakespeare Brought to You by the Letter U:

Shakespeare brought to you by the letter U

Found on quickmeme.com by Steven Van Overbeke for use in MEMEnto Merry

The Truth about Swag:

The truth about Swag

Found on quickmeme.com by Steven Van Overbeke

Bad Luck Caesar:

Bad Luck Caesar

Found on http://fremdeng.ning.com/ by Steven Van Overbeke for use in MEMEnto Merry

Original TSS Memes

Shakespeare Wants You to Read The Shakespeare Standard:

Shakespeare Wants You to Read The Shakespeare Standard

Created on memegenerator.com for MEMEnto Merry. Created by Steven Van Overbeke for The Shakespeare Standard.

The Purrrfect Question:

The Purrrfect Question

The Purrrfect Question Created on memegenerator.com by Steven Van Overbeke for Memento Merry. Created by Steven Van Overbeke for The Shakespeare Standard.

A Pound of Flesh or A Pound of Fish:

A Pound of Flesh or A Pound of Fish

Created by Steven Van Overbeke for MEMEnto Merry on memegenerator.com. Created for The Shakespeare Standard.

I hope everyone enjoyed the random memes that were both found and created this week. See you all next week, when I will be back with more memes.

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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