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peethagoras

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It seems that many couples take young children into their bed. I happens in this age, so why not in Elizabethan times?

Having said that, here is a 'bed' in which sire  mother and happy child lie: B E D

 

let their names be as follows: Bacon (babe)  Elizabeth  Dudley thus B E D.

As Elizabeth was the best in the country, and as she is 2nd in the BED, therefore it is a second best b  E  d.

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2 hours ago, peethagoras said:

It seems that many couples take young children into their bed. I happens in this age, so why not in Elizabethan times?

Having said that, here is a 'bed' in which sire  mother and happy child lie: B E D

 

let their names be as follows: Bacon (babe)  Elizabeth  Dudley thus B E D.

As Elizabeth was the best in the country, and as she is 2nd in the BED, therefore it is a second best b  E  d.

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I see. So Bill Shaxsper left a concealed clue in his last will and testament that Sir Francis Bacon was of royal descent. But then again, it could be D E B = instant mashed potato.

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14 hours ago, peethagoras said:

It seems that many couples take young children into their bed. I happens in this age, so why not in Elizabethan times?

Having said that, here is a 'bed' in which sire  mother and happy child lie: B E D

 

let their names be as follows: Bacon (babe)  Elizabeth  Dudley thus B E D.

As Elizabeth was the best in the country, and as she is 2nd in the BED, therefore it is a second best b  E  d.

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11 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

I see. So Bill Shaxsper left a concealed clue in his last will and testament that Sir Francis Bacon was of royal descent. But then again, it could be D E B = instant mashed potato.

Hi P. Please don't think that I was having ago at you. Just joking. Should have added a smile 🙂 after the word 'potato'. Please be kind enough to elaborate if you see fit.

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Hey Eric, don't think I was making fun of you, I was just joking. LOL

But seriously, or as serious as we can be with Will's will, Willy's "Second Best Bed" is worthy of a discussion. 🙂

The mentality of a Stratford genius who some claim wrote the works of Shakespeare? Who got his library, his manuscripts?

His notes, the Willy "Promus"? Who got them, where are they? Bacon left his notes for we all to see...

Want to enjoy a joke on humanity, read what the Strats say about Willy's "Second Best Bed". It's like learning of the evidence that Shakspur wrote Shakespeare. They sure try to make it fit. 🙂

 

 

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