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Shakespeare "Peacock"

Shakespeare "Peacock"

Obvious State Shakespeare Most Absurd Peacock
"For thy part, I do wish thou wert a dog." - William Shakespeare

From Timon of Athens, the complete quotation is "For thy part, I do wish thou wert a dog, that I might love thee something." Ouch!

For our part, we do wish to totally take this line out of context. So we wondered: do exotic pet owners ever regret their decisions?

Let’s ask Mia and James. Everything had been going so well. Romantic dinner, long walk in the park, awkward invitation for a nightcap that lead to the couch. When suddenly, James' pet peacock slipped out of his playroom and inserted himself  into the conversation. Gillian tried to laugh it off with a clever remark, but was interrupted by a mouthful of feathers.

See the print. 

Obvious State Shakespeare I do wish thou wert a dog illustration
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