Shakespearian Creation

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In the beginning, there was nothing.

That is, off course, excluding William Shakespeare.

[Enter Adam, Eve.]

And so it begins.

Adam: Wherest art thou, dearest Eve?

Eve: Nearest to the tree of apple.

Adam: Aye, for what does the tree produce?

Eve: The tree produces serpents, those of which kind may speak smoothly and kindly.

Adam: For what cause does this serpent speak?

Eve: He wishes of me to eat an apple.

Adam: And you shall.

[Exuent]

Things went as normal, except people talked in stuffy English and used mind-blowing metaphors and other figurative devices.

And so went creation.

As expected, language dissolved, and so began the birth of ebonics, the anti-Shakespeare. But that's a different story.

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