#PUNFUN: "NAUTICAL SHAKESPEARE"
Friends, Romans, and Crustacean turned out in droves to turn in their Shakespearan nautical puns! Glad they were all so original - because, you know, Shakespeare wasn't.
I started off with "Manatee, thy name is woman"!
As usual, I recommend you follow these 10 funny people.
10. "What's in a name? That which we call a wrasse, by any other name would smell as sweet." - DamianR1970
9. "Porting is such sweet sorrow" - Jonathan Skelly
8. and 7. "The Merchant Marine of Venice" - the exact same tweet from Jonathan Skelly and ITstheGP!
6. Ocean's Twelfth Night - Ali Garfinkely
(More of a .... Shakespearan heist film? But that would be pretty badass, still)
5. Much Ado about Knot-ting - Rick White
4. "Neither a barnacle nor a lender be" - Laureen Ferrington
3. Merrimacbeth - AllTheseAnswers
2. "...For never was a story of more roe, than this of Juliet and her Romeo" - Tiffany Gerstler
1. "Et tu, Brute? Then fall, seaweed". - jaybizzle
Thanks again for all your great submissions. Please submit again, tell your friends!
The next theme is "DECEMBER PEOPLE". Mash up anything people talk about during this month with any person, living or dead. Example, mine: "Snowman Polanski"
(Just keep him away from the kids)