Here’s a little ode to my favourite thing to ever come out of Woodbridge, Ontario. A brilliant little Gino creation that has changed the way we express our utter indifference toward anything and everything. A verb that concisely describes not-giving-a-shit and hardly requires conjugation: To Geeve.

What better way to solidify this handy little verb’s importance than to write a literary remix with it using one of the most famous soliloquies in the world?

*Shakespeare, if you’re reading this on your heavenly iPad, I’m really really sorry.


HAMLET (for ginos)

To geeve, or not to geeve: that is the question:
Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The burns and jabs of douchebags with outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of annoyances, And by opposing end them.
To geeve: To care; No more;
And by a geeve, to say we end frustration and a thousand bullshit conversations
That we are heir to. ‘Tis a freedom devoutly to be wished.
To endeavor to geeve, to geeve: perchance, to give a shit no more.

And there you have it. Thanks for the sick new verb bro’s.