"I'll Be Hanged"
Context: Prince Henry, eventually King Henry V, and Poins, Peto, Falstaff, and others have plotted to rob some travelers at Gadshill. Prince Hal has agreed to this plot only because Poins has convinced him that the two of them can rob the robbers and thereby cause much merriment. In the actual robbing, Poins steals Falstaff's horse, and Falstaff must therefore carry his great hulk up the hill on his own two feet. As he labors up, Falstaff curses Prince Hal, as he has done innumerable times in the past. His speech is typical of the insults he tosses at Hal and which Hal returns:
FALSTAFF. . . I have forsworn his company hourly any time this two and twenty years, and yet I am bewitched with the rogue's company. If the rascal have not given me medicines to make me love him, I'll be hanged. It could not be else; I have drunk medicines. Poins, Hal, a plague upon you both! . . .