Living With A Bookworm #2

First panel: my partner and I sit in front of a screen that says 'a classy Shakespeare adaptation' while my partner says 'You'll tell me what they're saying, right?' and I respond 'Sure. Panel 2: I say: 'The 'dagger' is his penis'. Panel 3: I say, 'The 'sheath' is her vagina.' Panel 4: I say, ''Thrust' as in ... you probably got that one.' Panel 5: my partner says 'but everyone is dying!' and I say ''Die' can mean orgasm'.


Everything Shakespeare wrote is a dick joke, a gloriously terrible pun, a sword fight, or a gloriously terrible pun that is also a dick joke taking place during a sword fight. If he had been big on adding stage directions, I’m certain ‘[pelvic thrust for emphasis]’ would be part of the Great Western Literary Tradition. 

Other safe stuff HERE.

 Along with the usual merch you can now get facemasks in my store. Specifically here. It makes me feel weird that this is a thing. When I started drawing SKTD I did think things like ‘hey, I wonder if this would look good on a mug?’ but I did not think ‘gosh, what a great design for a device to reduce the spread of the plague!’. But I guess that’s 2020 for you. We’ve just got to adapt.

Also, Patreon. Still a thing I have. As well as social media. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

7 responses to “Living With A Bookworm #2”

  1. Tony McGurk Avatar

    Wow!!! Who knew Shakespeare was a porn writer? I’ve learnt something new today

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      More blatant, eyebrow-waggling innuendo than porn.

      I mean, I think. Because admittedly Juliet’s death starts to look pretty racy when you read the metaphors.


  2. tistheczn Avatar

    Oh, how I wish you had done this one while I was still teaching! What a glorious addition it would have been to my required Shakespeare unit.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      I’m very sorry I didn’t draw it sooner.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. memadtwo Avatar
  4. Mary Gelpi Avatar

    I doth laugh hard at thou 😜

    Liked by 1 person

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