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Love's Labour's Lost

Love's Labour's Lost


by William Shakespeare

Love's Labour's Lost: Say That Three Times Real Fast. Seriously. Try It. Quiz

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Q. Why do the King of Navarre and his lords swear off food, women and sleep?

So that they can get into the college fraternity that is hazing them
So that they have time to study
So that they can prove they are worthy leaders
Because they’d rather concentrate on things that are more important, like... such as... well, for example... hm. Let us get back to you on that.
So that their heads are clear to make critical decisions
Q. Why does the King sentence Costard to a week with only bread and water?

Because of Costard’s relationship with Jacquenetta
Because the King feels Costard could stand to drop a few pant sizes
Because Costard is caught stealing a few pieces of silver
Because Costard failed to entertain the King
Q. What does Jacquenetta think about Armado?

That he is the love of her life, but they can never be together
That he is the most handsome of his three brothers
That if he used any more hair gel, you could land a plane on his noggin
Not much
Q. Who arrives on business?

The King of France
The Prince of France
The Princess of France
Just some random French guy with a briefcase
Q. The King has feelings for whom?

None of the above
A peasant, but he could only do something about it if he were in a Dickens novel