J.R.R. Tolkien. A lot of people take out the second line and only quote it, but the whole thing is really worthwhile.

J.R.R. Tolkien. A lot of people take out the second line and only quote it, but the whole thing is really worthwhile.

@Sam McHardy McHardy McHardy McHardy McHardy Taylor Hall 25 ways to say no "on a scale of maybe to absolutely, absolutely not."

@Sam McHardy McHardy McHardy McHardy McHardy Taylor Hall 25 ways to say no "on a scale of maybe to absolutely, absolutely not."

This word collection shows different insults that Shakespeare has used throughout his writing.  The insults are sometimes superficial and sometimes against personality qualities, but they all are very meaningful in context and seem to inflict harm upon whomever they are meant to hurt.  My favorite is "Thou art as fat as butter!" from Henry IV. Pinned from www.nosweatshakespeare.com by Devin M. Spencer.

This word collection shows different insults that Shakespeare has used throughout his writing. The insults are sometimes superficial and sometimes against personality qualities, but they all are very meaningful in context and seem to inflict harm upon whomever they are meant to hurt. My favorite is "Thou art as fat as butter!" from Henry IV. Pinned from www.nosweatshakespeare.com by Devin M. Spencer.

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