Shakespeare Anagram: The Merry Wives of Windsor

From The Merry Wives of Windsor:

I warrant he hath a thousand of these letters, writ with blank space for different names–sure, more,–and these are of the second edition: he will print them, out of doubt.

Shift around the letters, and it becomes:

A hundredth stab, I can’t think of a fresh topic to put in here.

Therefore, we will wait until there is a neat one to reshuffle these words to be.

Demand no more sham drafts.

2 Responses to “Shakespeare Anagram: The Merry Wives of Windsor”

  1. Dharam Says:

    Anagram =

    Huh? Like the rote form letter about a trip offer to Hawaii…merchant brands…free stuff…a contest we won –with the household name and address inserted in the top lines?

  2. Bill Says:

    Very cool, and more appropriate to the original text than my anagram.

    If Falstaff could have been a direct marketer, he probably would have!

Leave a Reply