Shipping, the process of coupling characters, has caused many debates between those who ship and those who don’t. If William Shakespeare were alive, what would he write on the subject? Here’s what I think (Set to the famous Shakespeare’s To Be Or Not To Be soliloquy from Hamlet).
To Ship, or not to Ship: for some, there is no question
Whether it makes you happy in the mind to Ship couples,
Who have suffered the Slings and Arrows (like Olicity) of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against those who do not Ship,
And by opposing, debate them.
To Watch, To Ship No more,
And by Not Shipping,
Stop the heart-ache and the thousand natural shocks of Those who don’t Ship
’Tis a sacrifice
Not to be wished. To Watch, to Ship;
To Ship, Perchance to Convince (Those who don’t Ship)
Ay, There’s the rub;
For in that Joy of Shipping, what Happiness may come
When we have shuffled off this mortal coil,
Did it matter whether we Shipped or Not?
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