I knew it was just a matter of time: presenting the LOLification of T.S. Eliot:
april hates u, makes lilacs, u no can has. (1)
april in ur memoriez, making ur desire.
spring rain in ur dull rootzes.
Tepidmonkey points out that the LOLcat Wasteland sort of misses the point: "There’s just no point to this if there are no pictures of cats to look at. The lolcat pidgin isn’t that interesting in and of itself. Lolcats took off in the first place because everyone likes to pretend that their cat has thoughts and feelings and is trying to talk to them when they meow, and because everyone likes looking at pictures of cute kitties. But this text-only stuff? Do not want."
So somebody was game enough to suggest that perhaps this photo can accompany the text.
But all in all, I found it amusing, and I'm assuming this isn't just an English major thing. It was rather interesting to follow the ensuing comments in the Mefi post as LOLcat grammar was applied to other literary works. But anyhow, consider Proust:
I made you a madeleine.
But I eated it.
There were two Basho haikus, here and here.
Somebody took a stab at Jabberwocky, the Tiger.
But my favorite is William CatLOLs Williams:
OH HAI i saved you a plums, but i eated it,sry
via the always amusing