Conversation between Cesario and Clown.
Save you friend, and your music! Do you make a living by playing the drum?
No sir, I live by the church.
Are you a clergyman?
No, sir. I do live by the church. I live at my house and my house is by the church.
So you can say the king sleeps by a beggar if a beggar lives by him, or the church is near the drum, if the drum is by the church.
You are right, sir. To be alive! A sentence can be messed with so easily. How quickly the message can be changed.
Yes, that's true. Those who mess around with words act like whores.
That's why I wish my sister did not have a name, sir.
Why? becauseher name is a word, and to mess around with that word might make her a whore. but words have been rascals since people started using contracts which are written by hand, rather than honour.
Your reason, man?
Sir, I can't tell you without words, and because words have become so false, I won't use them to prove reason.
i bet you are a happy person who cares about nothing.
Untrue, sir; I do care for things; but I don' care about you. If that means i care for nothing, I would make you invisible.
Are you not Lady Olivia's fool?
No sir. Lady Olivia doesn't want a fool. She will have no fools until she is married; fools are to husbands what anchovies are to sardines.
-- the husbands are bigger, I am not her fool, but I maker her words whores.
I saw you recently at Count Orsinio's.
I am everywhere. Foolishness is everywhere, like the sun. I'd be sorry if people thought you master was less familar with foolishness than my mistress. I think I saw you there, wise man.
Oh no, if you are joking I'm leaving. Wait, here is money for you.
Next time god sends out hair, I hope you are sent a beard.
I want a beard. I would not want it on my chin though. Is Lady Olivia here?
I mean for a man who was a beard.
Would these two coins multiply?
Yes, by being saved and kept together.