Ant, for the thousandth time you have 'protested' against my mumfie thread, whilst all the while purpoesely keeping the thoughts of it never far from the minds on the forum. Countless times I have made the glaringly truthful statement that 'the lady doth protest to much'. So finally, here is the actual quote, taken from Hamlet, scene 3, act 2. I present it to you for your enjoyment, so you can appreciate it in it's slightly edited glory PLAYER QUEEN May the earth refuse me food and the heavens go dark, may I have no rest day and night, may my trust and hope turn to despair—may the gloom of a prison overtake me, and may my every joy be turned to sorrow. May I know no peace either in this life or the next one, if I become a wife again after I am a widow. HAMLET If she should break it now! HAMLET Nice vow, but what if she breaks it? 215 PLAYER KING 'Tis deeply sworn. Sweet, leave me here awhile. My spirits grow dull, and fain I would beguile The tedious day with sleep. PLAYER KING You have made this vow with deep sincerity. My dear, leave me alone now awhile. My mind is getting foggy, and I would like to sleep and escape this endless day. The PLAYER KING sleeps The PLAYER KING sleeps. PLAYER QUEEN Sleep rock thy brain, And never come mischance between us twain. PLAYER QUEEN Sleep tight, and may nothing come between us. Exit PLAYER QUEEN The PLAYER QUEEN exits. HAMLET Madam, how like you this play? HAMLET Madam, how are you liking this play? GERTRUDE The lady protests too much, methinks. GERTRUDE The lady’s overdoing it, I think. HAMLET There you are. You can now print this off and keep it as a constant reminder, of my reply evertyime you mention the elephant that cannot be mentioned, that you love mentioning.