This cheeky wallet from Philosopher's Guild is covered with Shakespearean insults. The renowned British bard would have turned 450 today, and what better way is there to celebrate than by using some of his best put-downs.
The front of the wallet features an illustration of William Shakespeare's face. Upon opening it, several disses are displayed as well as another picture of a man biting his thumb. The biting of the thumb is a clear reference to the beginning of Romeo and Juliet.
Not only will this humorously offensive wallet keep your money and cards in check, it also provides you with ammunition should you get into a battle of wits or potentially violent confrontation. The silly wallet is ideal for English and Drama enthusiasts, not to mention literature fans.
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