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Shakespeare’s Insults – Sticker Set

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“I was searching for a fool when I found you” (As You Like It).
Never be stuck for a rejoinder or two with this set of 28 stickers, each containing an insult from one of Shakespeare's plays.
Now you won't be “…as dull as night” (Merchant of Venice)

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Description

28 insulting quotation stickers from Shakespeare’s plays and 5 blanks to write words as witty and sharp as the bard’s

Contents:

Thou speak’st false
Your breath first kindled the dead coals of wars
thy poison…
How ill white hairs become a fool and a jester!…
The tartness of his face sours ripe grapes
Bolting hutch of beastliness
meek bears…
Hide not that poison with such sugar’d words
detested parasites
affable wolves…
there is not ugly a fiend of hell as thou shalt be…
Out, you baggage! you tallow face
Thou crusty batch of nature
I was searching for a fool when I found you
*Thou cream faced loon. Where got’st that goose look?
Out of my sight! Thou dost infect my eyes.
…gibes and notable scorns that dwell in every region of his face
…a foolish wit
Cream faced loon
Better a witty fool than a foolish wit
Scratching could not make it worse… such a face as yours
She is spherical, like a globe. I could find out countries in her
Thou smell of mountain goat
…as dull as night
If I prove honey-mouth’d let my tongue blister
I’d set my ten commandments in your face
…he is only an animal
Could I come near thy beauty with my nails…

Additional information

Weight 15 g
Dimensions 27.5 × 18.5 cm

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