What does Othello say when Iago tells him to beware the “green-eyed monster.”?

Act 3 scenes 2, 3, and 4

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Iago warns Othello about the pitfalls of jealousy (the green-eyed monster). Othello says that its impossible for a guy like himself to be ruled by jealousy,

"Think’st thou I’d make a life of jealousy,

To follow still the changes of the moon

With fresh suspicions? No! To be once in doubt

Is to be resolved. Exchange me for a goat..."