Short Little Attention Span Theatre


Technologically Divertable Division


For in that sleep of death, what texts may come, when we have shuffled off this mobile phone.


“To be or not to be, that is the question. Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the Slings and Arrows of outrageous (bzzz, bzzz)… of outrageous”  (bzzz, bzzz)…

“Just a sec.”

(tippity tappity tappity)

lol OMG! Bsy now –txt u bck l-8er.

 “Where was I? Was I up to Sea of Troubles?”

“To be or not to be….”

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10 Responses to Short Little Attention Span Theatre

  1. bigsheepcommunications says:

    Oh wow, this just brought on a flashback. In his freshman year of high school, my son’s English class read a version of Romeo and Juliet that had “hip” modern translations in the margins (apparently written for those who grew up in some stereotype of a ghetto) and it was absolutely hysterical.


  2. John Hunsinger says:

    I h8 txt tlk 2! OMG


  3. He should have written all of them like that. Then, we’d just get to the point and can go home sooner to watch important TV shows. That’s cultural progress.


  4. The "rooster" says:

    “–Soft you now,
    The fair Ophelia! –Nymph, in my orisons
    Be all my sins remembered.”


  5. The "rooster" says:

    “orisons” = prayers


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