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    Villain, I have done thy mother

    Great Shakespearean insult from Titus Andronicus – Act IV, Scene ii: “Villain, I have done thy mother!”.

    Basically means that you have had your way with the insulted persons mother.

    To be used in the more theatrical moments of an argument, preferably delivered whilst standing up.

    Example usage:

    A great insult from Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus – Act IV, Scene ii.

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