VIDEO: Irish toddler makes more sense of Shakespeare than most adults ever could

Do you remember your brain absolutely melting to bits as you tried to make sense of what the characters in Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' had to say during Leaving Cert English?
VIDEO: Irish toddler makes more sense of Shakespeare than most adults ever could

It was all about interpretation and finding meaning in flowery language.

Like, take this quote, for example, from the gas man that was Prince Hamlet himself:

"To sleep, perchance to dream - ay, there's the rub,

For in this sleep of death what dreams may come...”

To us that means:

"Lads, I'm knackered, I could do with a power nap coz my head is wrecked, like."

Now, that wouldn't get you many marks on your exam, would it?

Well, life for Leaving Cert students is now about to get a whole lot easier because an Irish toddler has it all figured out.

To be or not to be? Finn, from CCCahoots has all the Shakespearean answers you could ever imagine.

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