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"The Taming Of A Screwball"
cast of characters:
Julius Caesar
A Roman Teenaged Kid
A Roman Guard
A bunch of Caesars Girlfriends
A bunch of Roman Senators

Julius picked up the violin and looked at the
kid. ""Et playdimus youdimus?"" he asked.
"Nonimus!" replied the kid. "Cousinimus Nero
"Ahhhh," sighed Julius. "Prodigimus bratimus."
Suddenly a guard ran in, waving his sword and
shouting, "Mightymus Ceasermus! Brutumus et comingus!"
Just then Brutus comes in, followed by a bunch
of drunk senators. All of Caesars girl friends
run offstage screaming in terror.
"Ahhhh--Friendimus Brutumus..."" Julius said,
putting his arm around Brutus' shoulder.
Brutus took out a dagger and promptly
thrusted it up Caesars bellybutton.
"Ahhhhhhh--Brutumus!"" Caesar repeated.
"Youdimus screwdimus meedimus."

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The following comments are for "Omlet"
by veebdosa

Taming of the veebdosa
This would have made a damn good thread..... Suprising what's in that mind of yours! (:

( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: July 25, 2010 )

It must take a brain to understand a brain. I didn't understand any of it and was looking forward to a different way to prepare scrambled eggs... Guess Not!

( Posted by: JetfireK [Member] On: July 25, 2010 )

The people talking are talking in sort of a comical Latin and I suppose knowing a little bit about Julius Caeser and Brutus would help in understanding it.

"Youdimus screwedimus medimus,"
translates to You screwed me...

( Posted by: veebdosa [Member] On: July 26, 2010 )

2 Veebdosa
I don't always have the time to read the longer pieces. But I am so glad I read this - hilarious! What fun. Thanks for the chuckle. Radicitus, comes!

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: July 27, 2010 )

"Cousinimus Nero playsimus" Hahaha! Funny stuff....

( Posted by: cmsmuse [Member] On: July 30, 2010 )

Youdimus screwdimus meedimus
This is friggin' hilarious! I clicked on it wondering at the spelling of the title and found myself reading it several times - each time laughing a bit louder and also admiring the talent behind the words.

( Posted by: toscano [Member] On: August 8, 2010 )

Goodimus Veeb!!!!
Shakespeare would have been proud of this one veeb...jealous in fact that he didn't think of it first!

Oh wait...he DID, but not so hilariously!!!

Good one my friend!

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: August 9, 2010 )

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