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Comic #2095

1 Adam: So, Jamie, how are we going to kill our younger selves?
2 Jamie: We could point out just how ridiculous those hairstyles are going to look in a couple of years.
3 Young Adam: A hit, a very palpable hit! O, I am slain!
3 Young Jamie: O, what a rash and bloody deed is this!
4 Jamie: Or how bad our sense of sarcasm was when we were their age...

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Apparently the Mythbusters studied Shakespeare at college.

2020-08-23 Rerun commentary: Or high school I suppose. Although pretty much everyone studies Shakespeare at high school[1], and many of them wouldn't be able to quote lines like these a few years later.

[1] At least they did when I was in high school. Who knows what kids are studying in English these days? Twitter?

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