You guys are reading hamlet, right? What’s one of the recurring themes in Hamlet?
Oh, Oooh, Ooooooh, call on me! Betrayal
very good, very good. Ok, now who can give me a good example of betrayal?
Oh! Um, when Hamlet sends Rosencrantz and Guildstern on a boat to die.
Exactly- Hamlet betrays his friends
Which is super fucked up because only a fucking dickhole betrays his friends
Well, maybe he wouldn’t if his friends weren’t a bunch of selfish bitches who had already betrayed his girlfriend in the first place.
that’s mostly right! Rosencrantz and Guildstern were going to betray hamlet first.
well maybe if hamlet’s girlfriend had known her place instead of being a whiny little bitch, everything wouldn’t be so fucked up!
well maybe if Rosencrantz and Guildstern didn’t tried to set up two dickholes to make love with the girl that he was in love with like two skanky little cock wranglers, they wouldn’t have got put on that fucking boat!
That doesn’t mean that hamlet should go attempt to blow up an entire fucking school and almost ruin fucking everything!
and maybe if people would have chilled the fuck out, Ophelia wouldn’t felt like she had to jump off of a goddamn bridge!
Ok, i think we moved a bit off topic, but I loved the energy, guys! love the energy.
What page does the school bombing attempt happen on?
Relax, Heather. Apparently today is not going to be a learning day.
Everyone told Rein that he shouldn’t wear that stupid ass shirt when he was going out to pick up the new “transfer” agent from the airport. In his defense, he said that it was his “lucky” shirt and that he wanted to give a welcoming appearance for them.
Cerys’ first impression of Rein was that she thought he was some eccentric uber driver who talked about food a lot.