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Updated on Sep 29, 2019. Posted on Sep 24, 2019

Who Said It: Shakespeare Or A Random Person On Tumblr?

It's harder than you think.

  1. "God may judge you but his sins outnumber your own."

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    Tumblr!

    This is a quote from Tumblr user afabbaeddel, concerning taking candy from a bowl.

    Via afabbaeddel.tumblr.com
  2. "Hell is empty and all the devils are here."

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    Shakespeare!

    Although this line has been quoted on Tumblr before (out of context), it's originally from The Tempest, spoken by Ariel (he's quoting Ferdinand).

  3. "To become God is the loneliest achievement of them all."

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    Tumblr!

    This one is from Tumblr user twofingerswhiskey, recounting a dream their mom had about Barack Obama.

    Via tinysaurus-rex.tumblr.com
  4. "Do I look like the kind of man who dies?"

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    Tumblr!

    This one is also from a Tumblr user's dream, but this time it's from watsonhoneybee and it's about Prince.

    Via watsonshoneybee.tumblr.com
  5. "One man in his time plays many parts."

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    Shakespeare!

    This is part of the "All the world's a stage" speech, spoken by Jacques in As You Like It.

  6. "What, you egg?"

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    Shakespeare!

    This sounds kinda like a Tumblr insult, but it's actually from Macbeth.

  7. "You are not worth the dust which the rude wind blows in your face"

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    Shakespeare!

    This line is spoken by Albany to Goneril in King Lear.

  8. "Then become the dirt I walk on."

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    Tumblr!

    This quote is from Tumblr user Pukicho. Hydration is important.

    Via pukicho.tumblr.com
  9. "You linguistic delinquents who fear neither god nor man."

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    Tumblr!

    This mouthful of an insult comes from Tumblr user mememic-bry, pulled from a multi-paragraph rant about American southerners using "Coke" to describe every kind of soda.

    Via mememic-bry.tumblr.com

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