Are you ready for another Monday? Or another Monday insult from Shakespeare? We here at The Bard and the Bible blog are happy to help.
This week’s insult is spoken by Fluellen to Pistol, Nym, Bardolph, and Boy as he chases them back to the battle in Henry V:
You cullions (Henry V, 3.2.20).
He’s calling them low, dishonorable fellows with a word that refers to a low, shall we say, scrotal part of the male anatomy. You’re welcome. You are now free to move about the rest of your Monday.