Friday, February 22, 2008

Any T.S. Eliot fans out there? Let me hear from ya!

I love T.S. Eliot, despite his misogynistic views and generally pedantic assholery, and "The Waste Land" is a showpiece of modern poetry. Imagine my delight, then, when I found this.
Check it out; here's a hint of what you'll see:

i seez cumean sybil
sybil can has bukkit?
sybil wantz DIE

© 2007 Corprew Reed, some rights reserved.


dguzman said...

To read the original, go here.

Karen Zipdrive said...

People on the Interneck sure love to fuck with kitties. Not literally, get my drift.

KGMom said...

Delia--you are very funny re. the TS Eliot.
I actually did my master's thesis partly on TS Eliot--Murder in the Cathedral, though, not The Wasteland.

Matty Boy said...

Next week... Matty Boy does lolz Baudelaire, from his most famous work, Les Fleurs Du Mal or as it is translated into lolz, Smutty Thotz. I Gotz Dem.

Stay tuned.

Randal Graves said...

Ha ha, that's fucking great. I'm with you on the Eliot - great poet, kind of a wanker.

There must be some weird cosmic thing going on since I reference him and matty boy's Charles in a post today. Oh shit, they're both coming back from beyond the grave to enslave humanity!

FranIAm said...

Holy shit that is too fecking funny!!

Pedantic assholery... bwahahahahaha!

GETkristiLOVE said...

Funny. LOLcat should take on Eliot's The Naming of Cats next.

fairlane said...

"This is the way the world ends, this is the way the world ends, this is the way the world ends-

Not with a bark, but a whimpurrrrrr."

dguzman said...


KGMom--I love his poetry, but as Randal said, he was a wanker. My theory is that he was just a closet queen, but I'm a little biased on that count....

Matty--bring it on!

Randal--Oh noes!

Fran--you're too kind.

GKL--brilliant--you could do it!

Fairlane--that is pure gold, man.

CDP said...

Excellent! I'd like a LOL interpretation of William Carlos Williams please.

dguzman said...

CDP--now there's a challenge!

Anonymous said...

How could I have missed this post????

LET us go then, you and I,
When the evening is spread out against the sky
Like a patient etherised upon a table;

One of my favorite poem openings.