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"LotR Life-Lessons"

Welcome to Week 2 of "Pun Month" - four weeks of nothing but cheesy, groan-worthy jokes.

This one was inspired by a Tweet from Matt Keil, producer on G4 TV's X-Play. In fact, it was this joke, along with last week's, that inspired the idea of "Pun Month" altogether. So in other words, if you hate these jokes, blame him.

The original quote, "neither a borrower nor a lender be," comes from Shakespeare: specifically, Hamlet Hamlet Act 1, scene 3. If you look it up online, you'll find that apparently a lot of people think it's from the Bible.

Digging through the LotR bin to find these two brought back a lot of memories. Man what a great line! We should start doing more reviews of them. As you may be able to tell by Boromir's sword, this photo has been flipped - the two guys just squeezed together better that way, but Elendil still had to be on the right side of the image.

Vision-Impaired Transcript

Caption: Neither a Boromir nor Elendil be.

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