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Dr. Weller, an Eastern Washington University professor of English and Shakespearean scholar for more than 50 years.
Note to Romeo and Juliet, 2.4.93: "bauble in a hole
bauble: stick carried by a court jester or "natural." The idea of a fool looking to hide his bauble in a hole contains a strong sexual innuendo, as do the words "tale" (lines 95 & 97), "depth" (line 99), and "occupy" (line 100).
A Fool with his Bauble
Source: St Albans Morris Men