tw: irony

but without a doubt my favorite thing about Hamlet is the fricking Julius Caeser references Shakespeare sneaks in like having Polonius say he payed Julius Caeser in a play and then Polonius fricking gets STABBED like in the next scene and having Horatio say ‘I am more an Antique Roman than a Noble Dane" like if you think about it Hamlet could be interpreted as just a really long commerical for Julius Caeser

What if someone made a movie set in the future, where overpopulation is threatening the human race. As a result the government issues a law banning straight marriages, in an attempt to lower the birth rates. Then, people start suing saying that it’s unethical to make a certain love illegal. The irony would be so unbearable.