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The Merry Wives of Windsor

The Merry Wives of Windsor


by William Shakespeare

The Merry Wives of Windsor: Best and Worst Pick-Up Lines in the Play Quiz

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Q. What does Falstaff write in the identical letters to Mistress Page and Mistress Ford when he tries to seduce them?

He tells the wives he loves them because they're old and like to party.
He whips up a love sonnet.
Falstaff tells the wives their husbands are cheating on them.
He plagiarizes the lyrics to "Moves Like Jagger."
Q. Who admits that he was attracted to Anne for her money at first but has fallen genuinely in love with her and thinks her personality makes her worth more than gold coins and big bags of money?

Abe Lincoln
Q. Why does Mistress Ford call Falstaff her "deer" when she meets him into the forest?

Mistress Ford wants her husband to hunt down Falstaff and kill him.
Falstaff just called her his "doe" and he's wearing a pair of deer horns on his head.
Falstaff just killed a deer and he wants her to cook it.
Shakespeare doesn't know how to spell.
Q. What does Slender brag about in an attempt to impress Anne Page?

He tells her he's about to inherit a bunch of money from his great-grandfather.
He claims to be a poet.
He says he once grabbed a runaway bear by the chain.
He drives a red porsche.
Q. Which character compares himself to Jupiter, the God who turned himself into a swan and raped Leda?

The Host of the Garter Inn
Master Ford
Harry Potter