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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Humorous Shakespearean Insults!


"To Be or Not to Be?"

Awww, that is the question....but of course if you can't figure that out, you could always slap one of your friends with one of these Shakespearean Insults. Yup, that's what I always do when I'm feeling low, read a few insults from the past to kick up a good laugh...really, some of these are quite workable in today's world..especially the first one, I mean Obesity is a growing problem in America,...right? Or what about number 4? huh? you don't like someone's cooking? let em know! that's what I say...why don't you just walk up to someone and say what Shakespeare what of said...I mean tell it like it is right?

OK I admit it.....that does sound a little rough and I for one, would never use these phrases when speaking to another person, no matter what however, when speaking to the dog would be permissable or a....child...I mean close enough right? I am so just kidding! Forgive me but I am on an energy buzz and a caffeine buzz at the same time, and it's really affecting my thought process....so anyway..enjoy these quotes from Shakespeare...and please, try not to hold them against me! :)


#1: [Thou art] as fat as butter.

-Taken from: Henry IV, part I


#2: False face must hide what the false heart doth know.
Taken from: Macbeth


#3: [Thou art] open to incontinency.
Taken from: Hamlet


#4: Thy food is such as hath been belch'd upon by infected lungs.
Taken from: Pericles


#5: Thou subtle, perjur'd, false, disloyal man!
Taken from: The Two Gentlemen of Verona


#6: [Thou art] sick in the world's regard, wretched and low, a poor unminded outlaw sneaking home.
Taken from: Henry IV, part I


#7: [Thine] breath stinks with eating toasted cheese.
Taken from: Henry VI, part 2

That Shakespeare huh? He's a pretty funny guy?!? Well I thought they were funny...

7 comments:

Amy Fichtner said...

Very Funny!

Sammie said...

Good greif, where do you find this stuff? LOL!

Belle said...

Thine breath stinks with eating toasted cheese!
THAT was funny! Doncha just love Shakespeare?

Brittany said...

I really like number 7. It describes my brother who shall remain nameless since he might cry, not that he'd understand it since we're hillbillies from Geneva and haven't read "Shakes beer in our hole darn lives, hey mama ain't raisen no fools"just kiddin

Nikki said...

lol! loved the "mamma ain't raisin no fools" comment Britt! Gotta love being homeschooled! lol j/k

Nikki said...

I have a new one! This one is probably one of my favorites now!


"Methink'st thou art a general offence and every man should beat thee."
-Taken from: All's Well That Ends Well

Nikki said...

talk about rough!!!