Tuesday, September 11, 2012

"Hot-blooded, check it and see..."

As thou likely knowst, Will hath been progenitour to many words and phrases ye moderns use to this day. In mine playe of The Merry Wives of Windsor, I didst first use the phrase "hot-blooded" to mean choleric or ill-temper'd when Falstaff didst crie: "The Windsor bell hath struck twelve; the minute draws on. Now, the hot-bloodied-Gods assist me!

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