Need inspiration for your insults? There’s always “Thou art a boil, a plague sore, an embossed carbuncle in my corrupted blood.” Or, more to the point: “Thou art like a toad: ugly and venomous.” Talking about someone behind their back? “The tartness of his face sours ripe grapes.” Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance Andrew Manley filled more than two stories of chalkboard walls in the Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center with Shakespearean insults. “There are hundreds — even I was surprised by how many there are,” he says. “Obviously, people used to enjoy being rude and hearing rudeness, because they are really rude.” It took Manley three hours to write, and nearly as long to erase. “Out you baggage! You tallow face!”