- Hamlet (Plays)
"Right up until my esophagus closes up, cuts off my air supply, and I shuffle off this mortal coil."
In Shakespeare's tragic play, Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark, is prone to making long, drawn-out, overwrought speeches. In one of those speeches, he coins the phrase "shuffle of this mortal coil." As in: kick the bucket, bite the bullet, meet your maker. You get the picture. It's fitting that our dramatic Logan should use Hamlet's words to convey to his Papa that he's allergic to shellfish.
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