William Shakespeare quote about merry from Much Ado About Nothing - As merry as the day is long.
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As merry as the day is long.
 William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing (1600). copy citation

Author William Shakespeare
Source Much Ado About Nothing
Topic merry
Date 1600
Language English
Note Written between 1598 and 1599
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“No, but to the gate, and there will the Deuill meete mee like an old Cuckold with hornes on his head, and say, get you to heauen Beatrice, get you to heauen, heere's no place for you maids, so deliuer I vp my Apes, and away to S[aint]. Peter: for the heauens, hee shewes mee where the Batchellers sit, and there liue wee as merry as the day is long
Brother. Well neece, I trust you will be rul'd by your father
Beatrice. Yes faith, it is my cosens dutie to make curtsie, and say, as it please you: but yet for all that cosin, let him be a handsome fellow, or else make an other cursie, and say, father, as it please me” source

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