HAMLET: And so, without further ado, I say we shake hands and go our separate ways.
HAMLET: You two, go see to your own business. As for me, poor man...I’ll go and pray.
HORATIO: You speak wild and whirling words, sir.
HAMLET: I’m sorry if my words offend you, truly. Yes, truly!
HORATIO: There is no offense, my lord.
HAMLET: Oh, but Horatio, there is offense—much offense.
As for that vision we just saw—it is a genuine ghost, I can tell you that much. But regarding what passed between us—do not ask.
And now, as you are my friends, you scholars and soldiers, grant me one small request . . .