So I saw somebody carrying a skull as part of her Halloween costume, and of course I had to come up with some jokes about Yorick, being quite chap-fallen, could not enjoy the Reese's Pieces he did love so very much. So of course I had to pull up Hamlet's speech to get my quotes right. I go to the MIT (Moby) version, because it's the easiest to search:
And I thought, "Wait... there's a stage direction that tells him to put down the skull? That seems oddly specific for a play that rarely states stage directions beyond who enters, exits and dies."
So I go look it up in the First Folio, as you folks have taught me to do: