What does the quote, “He doth nothing but talk of his horse” mean?

The quote is from a Shakesperean play, “The Merchant of Venice” Act I, Scene ii

2 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    ooh I done this recently

    interesting play eh ?

    i think it means he brags about himself and his

    manly parts if you catch me (;

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Either he’s really boring to talk to

    or, possibly, that he literally only talks about his horse. It could also be that he’s referring to his own “personal” horse- bragging about the size of his man parts.

    I don’t know, I’ve never read/seen the play. I’d probably need context to fully understand.

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