Would Shakespeare Have Been a Blogger?

While poking around in a file the other day, I found a signature that I had made up from some website. I thought I’d go back to the site and see I could come up with something a little more masculine.

Here are the ones I like.

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It’s fun, there are 120 fonts, different angles, differerent colors AND for $19.95 your signature can be animated. Isn’t that nifty? spiffy swell kewl?

I think I like #2 the best of the five. But no, am I not spending my hard earned Google ™ (Hi Sergey and Brin) bucks on animating it like John did.


Speaking of nify, spiffy, swell, and kewl. Didja know that Shakespeare wrote a lot, but didn’t sign anything, well hardly. It’s not like he had Papa Ratzi following him and he didn’t participate in book fairs or Grand Openings of Books a Million.

There are six of his signatures in existence. $3 million. The most rare is for a prescription of mycoxaflopin.

If music be the food of love, play on.


A man’s only as old as the woman he feels.


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Would Shakespeare Have Been a Blogger? — 6 Comments

  1. Yah, #2 gets my vote. It’s got a bit of Goth edge. Nice!

    Animated signatures are distracting. The only thing worse than those is on the mommy message boards where these broads have these six-inch-tall photo signatures with calligraphy and pictures of their kids. I say go subtle.

  2. Okay, I’ll ad another vote for #2. At first I was thinking of #3 might be a good choice but then I thought about it further and figured that #2 fits your personality better as if someone really shouldn’t get within 20 feet of you unless they had a death wish or something of a similar nature. Especially if you were seen to be carrying a sharp object, chainsaw, lawnmower and other similar tools of destruction.

  3. I guess I’m the “Odd woman” out but I like #3 the best. Now, if you’re asking which signature fits YOUR PERSONALITY best, I think I would have to go with #1. It’s bold—in your face and goes quite well with your saying, “When I turned 60 I thought I had patience, Turns out I just don’t give a S—”

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  4. @ Nessa: thank you.
    @ Gretchen: Goth! Oh I got lots of black shirts. Black is slimming you know.
    @Kirk M.: You prefer an X, probably???
    @Beverly: That’s deep. Should I get my waders?