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1

(Orsino) If music be the food of love...

play on, give me excess of it...the appetite may sicken and so die

2

(Orsino) O, when mine eyes...

did see olivia first, methought she purged the air of pestilence

3

(Valentine) and water once a day her chamber round..

with eye offending brine

4

(Viola) Conceal...

me what I am, and be my aid

5

(Captain) your mute i'll be..

when my tongue blabs, then let mine eyes not see

6

(Maria) That quaffing...

and drinking will undo you

7

(Sir Andrew) Good Mistress...

Accost (sexual innuendos he doesn't understand)

8

(sir Andrew) What is...

pourquoi?

9

(Sir Toby) I hope to see...

a huswife take thee between her legs and spin it off

10

(Orsino) Diana's lip...

Is not more smooth and rubious

11

(Orsino) Thy small pipe

is as the maiden's organ.. all is semblative of a woman's part

12

(Viola) I'll do my best to woo your lady...

(aside) yet, a barful strife! Whoe'er I woo, myself would be his wife

13

(Feste) Many a good...

hanging prevents a bad marriage

14

(Olivia) O you are..

Sick of self love malvolio

15

(Viola) You are the cruellest...

she alive if you will lead these graces to the grave and leave the world no copy

16

(Olivia) What is your...

parentage?

17

(Viola) Above my fortunes, yet my state is well...

I am a gentleman

18

(Olivia) How now? even so...

quickly may one catch the plague

19

(Sebastian) Mine stars...

shine darkly over me

20

(Antonio) If you will not murder...

me for my love, let me be your servant

21

(Antonio about sebastian) I do...

adore thee so

22

(Viola) I am..

The man!

23

(Viola) Poor lady...

she were better love a dream

24

(Viola) Disguise...

I see thou art a wickedness

25

(Maria)The devil...

a puritan that he is

26

(Maria) He thinks...

that all that look on him love him

27

(Viola replying to orsino about who she loves)

"of your complexion"
"about your years, my lord"

28

(Feste) now the melancholy...

god protect the... thy mind is very opal

29

(Viola) My father had...

a daughter loved a man -- as it might be perhaps were i a woman, i should your lordship

30

(Viola) But let concealment...

like a worm i'the bud, feed on her damask cheek