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Old 02-05-2013, 07:55 PM
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I miss him a lot. </3
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:00 AM
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YES, I KNOW. THANK YOU. Nobody who reads the book is like "aww, it's so cute" NO I WILL RIP YOUR HEAD OFF.

17 and 13, and the deaths weren't over love, it's because hormones. They were both teenagers.
I like Romeo and Juliet because the language is beautiful. I mean, the pilgrim hands part? SO FREAKING LOVERLY! :3
I don't think their romance was a great one, but I like the writing.
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:43 AM
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I like Romeo and Juliet because the language is beautiful. I mean, the pilgrim hands part? SO FREAKING LOVERLY! :3
I don't think their romance was a great one, but I like the writing.
I'd love the writing if it was sincere and rooted in actual LOVE, not infatuation. :^|

(Also Shakespeare had a very dirty mind and some of his puns in Romeo and Juliet were just...what the heck, William... XD XD DX DX o_e)
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:55 AM
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I'd love the writing if it was sincere and rooted in actual LOVE, not infatuation. :^|

(Also Shakespeare had a very dirty mind and some of his puns in Romeo and Juliet were just...what the heck, William... XD XD DX DX o_e)
I just thought that some parts were awkward. o_e
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:11 AM
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I just thought that some parts were awkward. o_e
I just thought that some parts were ridiculous. XD BALCONY SCENE, especially.

(And...I was apparently pronouncing Tybalt wrong. ._. It's supposed to be "tib-llt", but I thought it looked like, "tie-balt". Call me crazy, but I like saying "tie-balt" better.)
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:15 AM
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I just thought that some parts were ridiculous. XD BALCONY SCENE, especially.

(And...I was apparently pronouncing Tybalt wrong. ._. It's supposed to be "tib-llt", but I thought it looked like, "tie-balt". Call me crazy, but I like saying "tie-balt" better.)
("tie-halt" is much better. Tybalt just seems like it is pronounced that way. :P Don't worry; I say it that way too. XD XD DX DX)

I think, once, i made a short story on the balcony scene and made Romeo drop off into a shaving of carrots. ;_;
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:18 AM
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("tie-halt" is much better. Tybalt just seems like it is pronounced that way. :P Don't worry; I say it that way too. XD XD DX DX)

I think, once, i made a short story on the balcony scene and made Romeo drop off into a shaving of carrots. ;_;
...Carrot shavings? What?! XD Now THAT, I would pay to see.

''Romeo, Romeo, thou hath donned the orange coat of a fool..."
XDD Yeah, I don't know.
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:36 AM
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In English, we had to analyze the bit in Hamlet where Hamlet is making all these awkward innuendoes to Ophelia after the play, and Polonius and Gertrude and Claudius are there.
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:56 AM
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...Carrot shavings? What?! XD Now THAT, I would pay to see.

''Romeo, Romeo, thou hath donned the orange coat of a fool..."
XDD Yeah, I don't know.
XDD OMG THIS IS WHY I TALK TO YOU. YOU ARE HILARIOUS, A GREAT FRIEND AND FUN TO TALK TO AND EXTREMELY CREATIVE.
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Old 02-06-2013, 04:02 AM
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In English, we had to analyze the bit in Hamlet where Hamlet is making all these awkward innuendoes to Ophelia after the play, and Polonius and Gertrude and Claudius are there.
Seems like ALL of William's plays have a lot of innuendo. e_o Before I had to read some of his plays, I always thought he was this dramatic, serious writer....APPARENTLY NOT... :^B
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