So, I didn’t come up with this, but it’s clever:
When I was in college, my roommates and I got tired of looking at the bare cinder block walls of our apartment.
So, we started writing down and hanging up all the cheesy pick-up lines we knew or had heard. Our friends and visitors contributed their own cheesy pick-up lines to the wall.
Pretty soon, our Pick-up Line Wall of Shame became something of a miniature tourist attraction in our apartment building.
As I was going through my quote file the other day—looking for something else entirely—I came across a rubber-banded bundle of paper that was the remains of the long-since dismantled wall of pick-up lines.
Because reading them made me laugh, I here present choice selections from the Pick-up Line Wall of Shame, circa 2003.
It took me 2 years, 9 months, 18 days to read the complete works of William Shakespeare. I mentioned my reading frequently on Facebook. It seems that everyone has something to say about Macbeth and Hamlet!
The one thing I learned from reading Macbeth:
Ophelia and Horatio: What might have been.
In which Hamlet needs a time machine.
In which all the cool stuff happens off-stage.
Always have a Plan B.
Wait, how many people died in that play?