THE face-filling, self-promoting, stupidly wealthy lady doth
protest too much.
Methinks the lady doth
protest too much, and I like to think she's actually a closet prude who loves nothing more than a night in, curled up on the sofa in her PJs playing a game of Scrabble.
At Halifax, the law so sharp doth
deal, That whoso more than 13 Pence doth
steal, They have a jyn that wondrous quick and well, Sends thieves all headless unto Heav'n or Hell.
He to meet his fate Is gone, and with him Drip doth
close its door.
This brings to mind Hamlet: "The lady doth
protest too much, methinks.
BJ, Lancaster Invoking the Bard Betfair doth
protest too much, methinks (with apologies to Shakespeare).
For as it was written, the Army of the Petraeus doth
everywhere smite the infidel and so promoteth democracy with the selfsame smiting
Which children's rhyme includes the line: "The moon doth
shine as bright as day.
It is a profound emotion and these words from a Christian hymn by Robert Bridges set out its faith basis: "All my hope on God is founded; he doth
still my trust renew.
Something that doth
suffer a sea change/to something rich and strange.
What he really said was, ``If one Iraqi sheik doth
offend you, turn the other sheik on the end of a bayonet.
Clearly, Arthur doth
not know whereof he speaketh, and you can tell him We said that.