Questions, Questions, Questions

– Who was the man before he became a skull?

– It is the skull of Yorick, the king’s jester.

– Alas, poor Yorick. Sic transit gloria mundi.

Alas, poor Yorick

Other matters contemplated by young Hamlet:

1) to wreck vengeance or not to wreck vengeance on the loathsome couple

The loathsome couple

2) to have a fling with Ophelia or not to have a fling;


and most importantly

3) to be or not to be.

Biti il' ne biti

To be continued as soon as Rosencrantz and Guildenstern return from Tom Stoppard’s R&G are skulls.

This is too far into the macabre so here is an appropriate bonus:


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