time machine shakespeare

Reasons why other people want a time machine I could meet Shakespeare and discuss his plays with him! I could watch Leonardo Da Vinci paint Mona Lisa! I could go back to the roaring twenties and throw amazing parties, like in The Great Gatsby!

Reasons why I want a time machine: I would go back to the 18th century and make the founding fathers read all the fanfiction to see how they would react

[me stepping out of a time machine] Mr. Shakespeare I’ve got– stop screaming– I’ve got the perfect song for your play Othello, when he’s convinced his wife is cheating on him. It goes: Coming Out Of My Cage I’ve Been Doing Just Fine Gotta Gotta– why aren’t you writing, Nerdlinger? This is good stuff

Reasons why other people want a time machine: I could meet Shakespeare and discuss his plays with him! I could watch Leonardo Da Vinci paint Mona Lisa! I could go back to the roaring twenties and throw amazing parties, like in The Great Gatsby!

Reasons why I want a time machine: I have a giant collection of smutty philosopher fanfiction and i WILL make ALL OF THEM read it.

TOURVEL: Liar!
VALMONT: You’re right, I am a liar. It’s like your fidelity, a fact of life, no more nor less irritating. Certainly, it’s beyond my control.
TOURVEL: Stop it, don’t keep saying that!
VALMONT: Sorry. It’s beyond my control.

Juliet Stevenson as Madame de Tourvel and Alan Rickman as the Vicomte de Valmont in the Royal Shakespeare Company production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses, The Pit, Barbican Centre, 1986