Shakespeare Sunday | 180218

"If I be waspish, best beware of my sting." As You Like It by the Bill

“If I be waspish, best beware of my sting.” As You Like It by the Bill

Ah waspish, if you’ve not familiar with the term it means peevish or spiteful. I suppose it would be the Shakespearean equivalent of salty. And this, this wonderful line was from Kathrine the salty lass of As You Like It. As you pointed out- if you’re calling me waspish- then wait till you find out how petty I can become.

It’s a wonderful line to remember and use as required.

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