if Shakespeare had been Parisian....

Hamlet: "Get thee to a boulangerie!"
Polonius: "Neither a borrower nor a lender of vitamin supplements be. Always carry them in your man-bag"
Ophelia: "We know not what we are, and whether we exist at all"

Player Queen: "the lady doth protest at many manifestations beside the Bastille"

Richard III "Now is the winter of our discontent, and the autumn, and the summer, then in spring we shall become insouciant."

Malvolio: "Be not afraid of greatness; some are born French, some can only strive to achieve a correctly tied pashmina." 

Duke Orsino: "If Gainsbourg be the food of love, feed me the Poinconneur de Lilas. And some vitamin supplements."

Prospero: "We eat such tartes tatins as dreams are made on"

Ariel: "Hell is empty, and all the devils are here, working in the post office. And the salons de coiffure."

Romeo: "But soft, what light from yonder window breaks? it is the east and Pompom de la Tour Awfful weareth a luminescent lobster hat..."

Julius Caesar: "Flaneurs! Lutetians! Surly gendarmes! Lend me your vitamin supplements!" 

Macbeth: "Is this yet another pharmacy I see before me?" 

2nd Witch: "Eye of snail, and leg of frog, wool of pashmina, and vitamin supplements aux fraises"