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Comic #4626

1 Robert Pakington, MP: I know not what it is you lot are doing. You bundled me into an artificial dragon and brought me to Stratford.
2 Robert Pakington, MP: And now you want me to tell some woman her husband is dead.
3 Robert Pakington, MP: What in the name of the Devil are you lot playing at?!
4 Shakespeare: Funny you should word it that way. We’re playing at producing a TV show. I’m not sure we qualify as actually doing it.

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Bundling someone into an artificial dragon and absconding with them to another town is known as wyrmnapping.

Most people don't know this word, because it doesn't happen very often. There are only five recorded instances of it happening in the entire history of Britain, the last one being in 1959.

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