ClBUTTic mistake on Zug.com
blakeyrat last edited by
Apparently someone did a search and replace "shit" for "Shakespeare". God knows why. But the results were interesting when reading about a prank involving check cashing:
"If I had a check with a kitten playing with a ball of yarn on it, you'd caShakespeare, wouldn't you?"
Gern_Blaanston last edited by
"What the heck is that?" she asked.
"My sweepstakes check," I responded casually. "Can you caShakespeare?"
"No" she said flatly.
"I don't have any money that big to pay you with," she said.
Daniel15 last edited by
Lots of Shakespeare in this one: http://www.zug.com/live/85929/How-To-Prank-Digg-For-995.html
For future attempts at pranking please see the collegehumor.com prank war for inspiration. Your Shakespeare is weak.
Now I'm sure that one commenter can't possibly speak for the entire website, but for the sake of argument, let's say that rjc309 is indeed the ambassador for Digg and he has accused Zug , as a collective entity, of having "weak Shakespeare". How do you propose we strengthen our Shakespeare?
The_Quiet_One last edited by
Knowing Zug they probably did this on purpose as a sort of metaprank.