Who knew that so many commonly used phrases go back to the Bard of Avon?
If you’ve ever said “it’s Greek to me” or referred to your “salad days” or if something “vanished into thin air” or you’ve “refused to budge an inch” or been”hoodwinked” or you’ve insisted on “fair play,” or “laughed yourself into stitches,” or you’ve “seen better days” … well, my friends, “as good luck would have it,” you are quoting Shakespeare. Congratulations on being such a literary genius.
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