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The Top 15 Pick-Up Lines Used by William Shakespeare

15> 'How about a little Puck?'

14> 'Of course, 'Romeo and Gertrude' is just a working title. I might be persuaded to change it for you, M'Lady.'

13> 'Et tu, Cutie?'

12> 'Shall I compare thee to a brick outhouse?'

11> 'If I whispered in thine ear that thou hadst a body of beauty unknown but to the heavens, wouldst thou hold it against me?'

10> 'Wouldst thou care to join me in forming the beast with two backs?'

9> 'My heart, it pines, as my trousers tent.'

8> 'Without thine companionship, dear lady, I fearest I'd spend the

evening with pen in hand, if thou knows what I mean.'

7> 'Hey, Baby, can Ophelia up?'

6> 'Is this a dagger I see before me? Nay! I'm merely happy to cast eyes upon thy beauty!'

5> 'Greetings to you, fair sailor.'

4> 'But soft, what light through yonder trousers breaks?'

3> 'Wouldst thou away to yon Motel 6 with me?'

2> 'O! Prithee sitteth upon my visage, and perchance to let me divine thy weight.'

and the Number 1 Pick-Up Line Used by William Shakespeare...

1> 'Do me, or not do me. THAT is the question.'




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