To bend or not to bend...
Poet William Page's version of the famous medieval poem! Shakespeare must be contorting in his grave right now XD
To bend, or not to bend, that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The bends and folds of outragious contortion
And press my Back against my Butt of bubbles,
And by compulsion squeeze it; my head, my feet,
No more there is a gap; but should I bend
to back-ache, or hold the natural shapes
that Flesh is born for? 'Tis a relaxation
devoutly to be wished. To try too deep
a bend, perchance extreme; aye, there's the fun,
for in that depth so sweet daydreams may come;
when I have rub'd into this skin some oil,
must strike a pose. There's self-respect
that makes Insanity of so stiff life!