Very funny rendition of the fairy tale as it might have read if Shakespeare had written it.
But, apart from the humor, one of the interesting and unfortunate facts about our language, as John points out, is that Shakespeare had a working vocabulary of 54,000 words. Today, in the United States, we have a working vocabulary of 3,000 words. It's no wonder we have such a hard time reading and understanding classic literature.
HT: to Jon D. Shimeall for sharing this.