Good Lines for a Teetotaler

water in a shakespearean context“… Here’s that which is too weak to
be a sinner, honest water, which ne’er left man i’ the mire”
(TOA 1.2)

 Comments and How to Use. Applicable if you are a teetotaler when invited to drink alcohol. Or if you want to stop drinking before driving.

In the actual play. The ornery Apemantus scorns the parasites who attend Timon’s table and by the nature of the toast toast he hints at what may come out of Timon’s prodigality.

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