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Brother Jeremiah Lines (Something Rotten)
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Portia! come away from that heathen at once.
A puritan? are you mad? do u know who her father is?-Nick
Brethren I say unto thee.. the theatre's are a scourge upon our land! where men dress as women and kiss other men, I saw it myself and it stiffened my....resolve. For such sinful role-play is the gateway to lustful desires and fantasies of the flesh.
You really want that guy giving a speech at ur wedding reception-Nick
let not thy sacred soul be poisoned by the playwrights and poets who's dark inventions divert the simple minds from the on true book. C'mon boys
But I can guarantee everyone will love it-Nick
Nick and Nigel bottom!
Brother Jeremiah to what do we owe the pleasure-Nick
Pleasure is a sin as is music which I've heard eating rom this den of iniquity
Den of iniquity?-Nick
As if theatre wasn't heinous enough you've now added music which leads to dancing which stirs the loins and promotes lustful desires which is why we must see the theatre's pulled down for we cannot abide such ungodly erections. As a magistrate I have much influence with the mater of justice so u listen to this bottom. If u continue promoting this filth and debauchery I will see you tied to a post begging for mercy as I give you the rod. good day sir.
Take it back! -Shakespeare
OUT OF MY WAY HEATHEN.
Where is she? Where is my daughter? PORTIA
You said you were in ur room reading ur bible.
ohhhhhhhh, Bible Bible Bibble babble-Portia
Hear me now sinner.you dare to cross me and corrupt my daughter. So help me god I will smite these bottoms and smite them hard. come with me
Yes. Once my father sees your heart is true, he will love you as much as I do.-Portia
There she is you dare defy me daughter of eve.
You bid me grant you leave so you could pray forgiveness in church and instead you slither off here to sate your lustful desires.
"If love is a sic" -Nigel
You will tempt my daughter no more she will be locked in the church towering there she will stay until her exile to out brethren in Scotland.
I am warning you boy, you leave her be or you will pay. Dearly
Order! Silence in the court!-Master of the justice
I share their outrage m'lord, at this vile and offensive production. It is my duty as a magnate but more importantly my duty to god to have them arrested for blasphemy, treason, employment of a Jew, which craft, and the provocative parading of eggs. and for such offenses the law demands beheading.
Transported on the first ship to the new world. And take your so called musicals with you.-Master of the justice
Look. Homosexuals! Come back, church them.
Oh plz Im a woman-bea
I'm a woman...
Portia oh I thought I'd never see you again.-Nigel
Portia what are you doing here? I sent you away
And I'm going but not before I say goodbye.-Portia
very well I will allow it.
"the good mans children will be prosperous in the wilderness. Psalms 112. You have your poets and i'll have mine.-portia
What no oh goddammit
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