Shakespeare and the Monkey

This short story is inspired by the Infinite Monkey theorem, which states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriterfor an infinite amount of time will almost surely type a given text, such as the complete works of Shakespeare.

Some time ago i started drawing a longer story called “Shakespeare and the Monkey fighting crime” in which Monkey was immortal, because it had an immortality potion tested on it. Monkey was a bit depressed and a graphomaniac, because it got sick of things fading away from it. Shakespeare was a self-centered action figure, but Monkey hung out with him anyways. Shakespare knew monky language, because he had been raised by ninja monkeys. I stopped drawing this story when i realised it was really stupid (somehow i didn’t realise it at the beginning).

 

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14 Responses to Shakespeare and the Monkey

  1. Pingback: Shakespeare and the Monkey 2 | i have no teethi have no teeth

  2. aguona says:

    Man patiko istorija, geležinė logika (Šekspyras turi mokėt beždžionių kalbą).

  3. ve says:

    Skambino milijonas beždžionių. Sakė, nori užeiti aptarti Šexpyro darbus, kuriuos ką tik parašė.

  4. Daneilius Kisielius says:

    Very good!

  5. Vytautas says:

    čia neblogas filmas apie begalybes (ir apie beždžiones pasakoja)

    o šiaip puikus komiksas! :)

  6. theobvious says:

    love your stuff! way to represent lithuania!

  7. Edvinas says:

    would read those stories anyway :)

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