The Bard Reinterpreted in Six Words


“Brevity is the soul of wit,” and you demonstrated that and more in this week’s Six-Word Caption Contest #16: “The Ides of March Have Come!” Your reinterpretations in honor of Shakespeare and the Ides of March showed that “all the world’s a stage.” Sadly, only six memoirs can shine under this week’s spotlight:

6. “Betrayal. Revenge. The rest is silence.” –@liz_t_geddes (via Twitter)

5. “They meet. One week. They die.” –@WisehartCFC (via Twitter)

4. “‘Et tu, Bluto?’ Popeye asks incredulously.” –@jerepaolini (via Twitter)

3. “Weird Sisters know how to rave.” –lillybrook

2. “All the world’s just a cage.” –BanjoDan

And our top Shakespearean Six-Word Memoir is…

1. “Six Words? Aye, there’s the rub.” –Ray_Garraud

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Congrats to Ray_Garraud, who can put this winning six-word memoir (or any six words of his choice) on a fabulous key tag thanks to our friends at Various Projects!




Thanks to everyone who joined in the fun! Whether in our Caption Contests, on FacebookTwitterTumblr or at—keep on Sixing!

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