Wolsey was very unpopular. He was called the "Boy Bachelor" after obtaining his degree at age 15. The expression "Blowing one's own horn" means to brag, something Wolsey did a lot. In 1529 Henry declared all of Wolsey's lands and possessions forfeit. The words "where's the boy who looks after the sheep?" could refer to Wolsey's concern with lining his own coffers as opposed to that of the country. The cardinal's robes were scarlet but Wolsey's Blazon of Arms included the blue faces of 4 leopards.