Shakespeare created more than 1700 words of the modern English language. These include bedroom, barefaced, birthplace, bloodstained, coldblooded, courtship, countless, dauntless, eyeball, green-eyed, hobnob, lackluster, madcap, moonbeam, noiseless, outbreak, remorseless, and worthless. Don't you see? He wasn't a Klingon... ...he was a Le-Matoran!
Hello, all who are coming this way, The 18th of August is Bad Poetry Day! The wonderful day that disrupts your sweet calm With horrible poems that make you facepalm. This day springs upon us all like a hawk And numbs our poor brains with the grace of a rock. But alas, this day, it draws to a close So I'd better end this ridiculous prose. (This poem is in honour of William T. Gorringe Whose name is the long-sought rhyme for orange.)