It’s much better to be a witty fool than a foolish wit…
Better a witty fool, than a foolish wit.
by no less thanWillam Shakespeare The word Wit came from the old English word ‘witan’, that means ‘to know’…
THE MEANING: It means that it’s much better to be a person who claims to be a fool, yet speaks and does things with wit, rather than one who claims to be a wit (meaning an intelligent person) and oppositely does and says foolish things!
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