Shakespeare is definitely underrepresented in the world of parodies-- what with modern marvels like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings so ripe with intrigue among today's modern youth! So, if you've ever wished revenge on your high school English class and desired to see a classic work defecated on, here's your chance.
Just as a side-note, I really do love reading Shakespeare. I just love making fun of him more. He he he.
Alright, class, let's begin. Before I get started, here's a few notes to take down:
I: I'll give a free cookie to anyone who can guess Shakespeare's accent. Sorry, that one's my fault.
II: If you haven't read Hamlet, don't worry! The jokes are not esoteric.
III: Also, if you haven't read the text, and wish to know the references, go to Sparknotes or Cliffnotes and read the synopses for Act I Scene 3, Act I Scene 4, and Act V Scene 2. Or you could really read it. But who wants to do that?
Finally, IV: Purists, beware! I've taken liberties. Don't kill me.