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By skippy_liz - / Tuesday 26 October 2010 07:48 / United States
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I don't think she meant it to be hilarious, more like, she thought he was an idiot and laughed at him. @OP: Next time, specify that you're looking for the Shakespearian play "Romeo & Juliet", rather than saying you're looking for Shakespeare.

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20- considering libraries are usually sorted by author, it is completely legit to say I'm looking for Shakespeare. Im pretty sure the librarian was joking. this is so not an fml.

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so the fml is that you are fat and the girl who made the joke is hot and skinny? yeah I would hate myself too.

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This is an FML.... why? I see literally no problem here. OP said something stupid, librarian commented on it with witty humor, then did the right thing and ignored the ignorant. Big whoop.

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were you just wandering around looking? ever hear of a card catalog or computer search for the exact location...

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How is that a stupid question. Hey I'm looking for Shakespeare in a bookstore. WTF could that mean.....Hey I'm a dumb blonde lets figure it out. Btw if she was being witty and not serious she would have helped op instead of walking away feeling smart.

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#4 Thanks for sharing that useless information. Do you want a Klondike bar for your observation?

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Meh, not that funny. Plus even if she did intend it as a joke, why would she go back to work and completely ignore the OP?

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I don't fucking get your fucking comment. If you could fucking elaborate, then perhaps I could fucking comprehend the fucking statement you decided to fucking post. Aren't adjectives FUN?

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39, i just don't fucking get why people like fucking cats and I'm fucking tired of it cause I was fucking your mom and the fucking cat came in and she fucking pet it!

Haha! You have a pretty funny librarian. She's probably just sick of people who don't know how to use the catalog system.

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At any rate, OP was wandering around in the library for half an hour doing God knows what. Hoping "Shakespeare" would magically appear where it once said "DE 300 - DE 500" or something. [and yes, I know that's not the British literature section where R&J would be]

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I don't know where the first half of my comment went? But in short, if the OP knows how to post on here, she knows how to search the catalog. It's not hard; she was just being lazy.

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