The sport bear-baiting is referred to many times in the play, in specific, when Macbeth says that "They have tied me to a stake; I cannot fly,/But bear-like I must fight the course." (5.7.1-2) Bear-baiting was a form of entertainment done until the 20th century. A bear was tied to a stake and then trained dogs would attack and torment him. Macbeth refers to this form of entertainment because he felt like the bear, being tied up in his reign and tormented by those looking from the outside.

The sport bear-baiting is referred to many times in the play, in specific, when Macbeth says that "They have tied me to a stake; I cannot fly,/But bear-like I must fight the course." (5.7.1-2) Bear-baiting was a form of entertainment done until the 20th century. A bear was tied to a stake and then trained dogs would attack and torment him. Macbeth refers to this form of entertainment because he felt like the bear, being tied up in his reign and tormented by those looking from the outside.

Sigh. For women that are just sick of men hitting on them. A few of these don't need a comeback because they weren't a rude question, but a few are quite annoying and these are great comebacks for them.

Sigh. For women that are just sick of men hitting on them. A few of these don't need a comeback because they weren't a rude question, but a few are quite annoying and these are great comebacks for them.

this is for every jerk that has ever been mean to me<<<<< I am totally using this tomorrow.

this is for every jerk that has ever been mean to me<<<<< I am totally using this tomorrow.

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Arrogant people can drag you down. However, their inflated egos may be a sign of mental illness.

Why Arrogant People Are Actually Mentally Unhealthy

Arrogant people can drag you down. However, their inflated egos may be a sign of mental illness.

Elaura- There is an old English fable called "The Lion and The Hare". This story was likely created well after Shakespeare's time but when these two animals are mentioned in the play (1.2.41) it mixes perfectly into the fable.When the sailors talk about the two animals in the play, the lion (Macbeth) defeats the hare (Banquo), but in the fable, an coincidentally, in the play, the hare (Banquo) defeats the lion (Macbeth) .

Elaura- There is an old English fable called "The Lion and The Hare". This story was likely created well after Shakespeare's time but when these two animals are mentioned in the play (1.2.41) it mixes perfectly into the fable.When the sailors talk about the two animals in the play, the lion (Macbeth) defeats the hare (Banquo), but in the fable, an coincidentally, in the play, the hare (Banquo) defeats the lion (Macbeth) .

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