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    Shakespearean Shirts and Insults

    “Dweeb” not working for you? Recycle Methods of Hate-Slinging from O.G. Demean King himself, William Shakespeare.

    Wearing Shakespearean Shirts make you look smart… But if anyone throws shade your way, we have supplied the ultimate Go-To list of his original comebacks.

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    Today’s curse words and methods of insulting peers, friends, enemies, or random people on the street have lost their value. Plastered on the Internet, aired on live TV, thrown around the workplace and schoolyard – all of the common slang terms have fallen victim to semantic satiation. If someone calls you an ass, a douchebag, or an idiot, you are probably capable of a quick recovery with little thought consecrated to self-reflection/improvement.

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    Insults can waver three types of results. They are as follows:

    1. Receiver laughs at slinger for lack of creativity, thus creating a bounce back effect, leaving the slinger defeated, belittled, and embarrassed. Fail.
    2. The insults being used DO penetrate the enemy’s surface, but not deep enough for surrender. Instead, they fire back with something worse and once again, Fail.
    3. Nemesis is hit with something they don’t quite understand, but if delivered with proper malice, they know its bad. After they have Googled it, they will then have to face the meaning behind the insult, AS WELL AS the fact that they were too stupid to know what was said. Opponent is left feeling entirely diminished. Win!

    This Shakespearean Insults List  is ammunition for your next battle with a bully, co-worker, sibling, or boss (only if you do not plan to keep your job). Below you will find a list of insults and their modern meanings that have remained uncommon long enough, that there is no risk of impact dilution due to culture-driven saturation.

    henry iv shirt, shakespearean shirts, funny shakespeare quotes, shakespearean shirts, funny shakespeare quotes 1. Henry IV Part 1 Act 2: Scene 4.

    • Trunk of Humors – Trunk of Bodily Fluids.
    • Bolting-Hutch of Beastliness – The ugliest part of a beast.
    • Swollen Parcel of Dropsies – Swollen Sack of Disease.
    • Huge Bombard of Sack – Huge Jug of Wine.
    • Stuffed Cloakbag of Guts – Stuffed Suitcase of Guts.
    • Roasted Manningtree Ox with Pudding in His Belly – A Roasted Ox Crammed with Pudding from the smallest town in England.
    • Reverend Vice – Corrupt Villain.
    • Grey Iniquity – Wicked Old Person.
    • Father Ruffian – Old Devil.
    • Vanity in Years – Proud with nothing to be Proud of.

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    2. The Tempest Act 3, Scene 2: Deboshed Fish – Drunken Fish.

    3. Othello Act 5, Scene 2: O Gull! O Dolt! As Ignorant as Dirt! – Stupid Fool, Idiot, dumb as dirt.

    4. King Lear Act 2, Scene 2: Knave – Deceitful and Unreliable Scoundrel.

    5. Henry IV, Part II Act 2, Scene 4: Filthy Bung – Dirty Thief.

     

    6. The Taming of the Shrew Act 4, Scene 1: Peasant Swain – Unwashed Farmworker.

    7. Othello Act 4, Scene 1: Light of Brain – Crazy, Lost Mind.

    8. Henry IV Act 2, Scene 4: You Sheath – Empty Sheath (case for a sword), Loser.

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    9. Troilus and Cressida Act 4, Scene 2: You Naughty Mocking Uncle – Verbally Abusive and Badly Behaved..

    10. Measure for Measure Act 3, Scene 1: Dishonest Wretch – Lying Sad Person.

    11. The Comedy of Errors Act 4, Scene 2: Ill-Faced – Ugly.

    12. Richard III Act 1, Scene 2: Beast – Wild Animal.

     

    13. The Merry Wives of Windsor Act 5, Scene 5: Vile Worm – Gross Insect.

    14. King Lear Act 4, Scene 6: Dunghill

    15. The Merry Wives of Windsor Act 2, Scene3: Castilian King Urinal – You are a Fancy Toilet.

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