A Shakespearean Tragedy

If you have read Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare,  you’d probably understand what I’m saying.

Caesar always refers to himself in third person. Like “Caesar hath done this or Caesar hath done that.” I don’t even think Caesar spoke like that in real life. Also, the characters speak like they’re reciting a poem. Nobody engages in a conversation like that in real life.

I get bowel problems every six months.  So, I’d be like, “Sera hath pooped on slippery grounds” or “The faeces of Sera lies on slippery grounds. ”

This makes no sense.

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