To bork, or not to bork--that is the borken:
Whether 'tis borker in the mind to boof
The slings and woof of barken fortune
Or to bark arms against a woof of troubles
And by barking end them. To bork, to bark--
No more--and by a bark to say we bork
The wooof, and the thousand natural bork
That bark is heir bork. 'Tis a barken
Borken to be borked. To woof, to bark--
To bork--perchance to barken: ay, there's the belly rub,
For in that sleep of bork what dreams may woof
When we have borkened off this mortal bark,
Must give us woof. There's the bork. . .
Bork bork bork, bork bork borken bark boof. Boof bork bark barken bark bork. Bork bork bork, bork bork borken bark boof. Boof bork bark barken bork! Bork bork bork, bork bork borken bark boof. Woof, bork bork. Barken bork? Bark bark bork barken. Barken boof bork bork. Boof, bark. Bark bork bork boren. Woof woof, bork.