Fine. I can admit it without (too much) shame

Neil Gaiman makes with the funny:

I know that David Tennant’s Hamlet isn’t till July. And lots of people are going to be doing Dr Who in Hamlet jokes, so this is just me getting it out of the way early, to avoid the rush…

“To be, or not to be, that is the question. Weeelll…. More of A question really. Not THE question. Because, well, I mean, there are billions and billions of questions out there, and well, when I say billions, I mean, when you add in the answers, not just the questions, weeelll, you’re looking at numbers that are positively astronomical and… for that matter the other question is what you lot are doing on this planet in the first place, and er, did anyone try just pushing this little red button?”

There. Thanks. Sorry about that.

I refuse to explain myself. I will just continue to chuckle and enjoy the joke.

0 thoughts on “Fine. I can admit it without (too much) shame

  1. “Not to be” may prove even more interesting than “to be”. But from one perspective, if it was really like that, it would just be another, very different form of “to be”.