Favorite Shakespeare’s insults to use more often (infographic)

Have you already seen a list of Famous Shakespearean insults for every situation? It was prepared by the Invaluable online fine arts marketplace.

The original list includes over 70 quotes, and some of them – mentioning only “Away, you three-inch fool!” – you must have already known.

A couple of examples:

💬 I am sick when I look on thee.

💬 Thy sin’s not accidental, but a trade.

💬 I do desire that we may be better strangers.

💬 Away, you three-inch fool!

💬 They have a plentiful lack of wit.

What’s your favorite Shakespearean insult, and which one are you planning to use more often?

Famous Shakespeare’s insults you should use more often

Famous Shakespeare’s insults – infographic

Via: 70 most famous insults from Shakespeare’s plays

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