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A huge thrill for Megan Fox?

October 3, 2009

I am just SO danged proud of all you readers!

Despite my sacred vow that you will never learn anything from my blog, when you found out here that actress Megan Fox has a quote from “King Lear” tattooed on her back, you made it the most popular post of the month!

All’s I can figure is, all you crazy Shakespeare lovers wanted to memorize the full quote!

Not only that, you were sensitive enough not to point out that this unfortunate woman seems to have little control over her tongue, which simply lolls around in many photos.

You’ve made me so proud. Group hug, everybody!

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Above: Actress Megan Fox attends premiere of movie “Eagle Eye” in 2008 file photo. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni

Bottom: Fox, star of “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”, poses at the film’s premiere in Los Angeles, June 22, 2009. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

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She has such a love of and devotion to Shakespeare that her tongue automatically tries to form the words to every play that the Bard has ever written, regardless of what the rest of her mouth is doing!

Posted by Aaron | Report as abusive
 

Lol… I guess you just figured us out.
Hmmmm that tongue! I see someone;s paying attention

 

Well, its all been said…. and I am sure… she’s is doing it all too….
As for the Bard… I am sure had he been alive today… he may have wanted to die…

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

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