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I designed this to show how the two main characters bicker to mask their love for one another. And if you see a gaping yoni, don’t worry; that was on purpose. In Shakespeare’s day, “nothing” was also slang for vagina. The innuendo fits the play since a major plot point is a lady’s suspected infidelity. 

I designed this to show how the two main characters bicker to mask their love for one another. And if you see a gaping yoni, don’t worry; that was on purpose. In Shakespeare’s day, “nothing” was also slang for vagina. The innuendo fits the play since a major plot point is a lady’s suspected infidelity

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    that is totes amazeballs wow *applause*
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    Oh god, this is such a good concept for a Much Ado poster.
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    I was looking for Joss Whedon’s Much ado things, but this is actually a fabulously designed poster and needs to be...
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