Delay this marriage for a month, a week. Or, if you do not, make the bridal bed In that dim monument where Tybalt lies. : I believe this is Juliet saying, delay the marriage or I would rather die   I’ll to the friar to know his remedy. If all else fail, myself have the […]

“I would the fool were married to her grave” This means that lady capulet would rather Juliet die than not get married which seems to me like a mild overreaction.

The chimpanzee had to bang to make the first human so love is therefore not a human-made thing. Why this is is because chimpanzee wouldn’t bang any female so they must feel love to another chimp.

Is a white sheet more blank than a black sheet of paper? No, I Don’t believe it is because blank means the natural state without having been modified and the natural color of the paper is neither black nor white so neither is more blank than the other.

This translates to There’s two—a man and a woman. The bit that was interesting here to me was a smock is what a girl wears(stereotypically)  and a shirt is what a boy wears(stereotypically) and it seemed odd to name someone after there clothing type. Like you don’t walk up to a boy and call him shorts. Or […]

Your joke is a very bitter apple. Your humor is a spicy sauce. This is a comeback from Mercutio to Romeo I liked this quote because calling something spicy is slang used today and back then so I thought that was cool. However, back then it seemed to be an insult but now it’s a […]

If your intent is one of helping a person you are being kind no matter what the other person feels because you yourself are actively doing something to help them out. It’s like saying even though he was a jerk to him when he saw him in real life. Was Snape saving Harry Potter and […]

“……They stumble run fast”   I think this quote relates to the fact that Romeo and Juliet are getting together faster than they should be. For example, they are getting married a day after they met. What the quote is trying to say is if they get together this fast then they may “stumble” and […]